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1933 Hitler rises to power
1933 Hitler rises to power
1933 Hitler rises to power
1933 Hitler rises to power
1933 Hitler rises to power
1933 Hitler rises to power
1933 Hitler rises to power
1933 Hitler rises to power
1933 Hitler rises to power
1933 Hitler rises to power
1933 Hitler rises to power
1933 Hitler rises to power
1933 Hitler rises to power
1933 Hitler rises to power
1933 Hitler rises to power
1933 Hitler rises to power
1933 Hitler rises to power
1933 Hitler rises to power
1933 Hitler rises to power
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1933 Hitler rises to power

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  • 1. Starter These are the ANSWERS, so what are the QUESTIONS? 1928 Landsberg Prison Goebbels Hitler Youth Reichstag Thyssen Mein Kampf
  • 2. Learning outcomes By the end of the lesson we will have… Sorted our folders out into order Begun to examine how Hitler achieved power in ‘33
  • 3.  
  • 4. Sort your folders out You have 10 mins to sort your folders out, staple, hole-punch etc. I have some essays back from Mr Kumar too…
  • 5. Ben Walsh book Read p156-157
  • 6. Task 1 List the factors shown that helped Hitler come to power Next to each factor provide an example of how it helped Hitler Provide a score out of 5 for how important that factor was [ 1= not very, 5= very important ]
  • 7. Starter Unscramble these key words APPROGAND PRE DIE NOSS TILER H NINE DRUG BH GUN BESIB SIS
  • 8. Learning outcomes By the end of the lesson we will have…. Complete a timed GCSE-style essay question on 1924-29 Prioritised the reasons for Hitler becoming Chancellor in 1933.
  • 9. Failure to deal with the depression Opponents’ weaknesses Support from big business Nazi policies Their criticisms of the Weimar system of government Violent treatment of their opponents Propaganda campaigns Hitler’s speaking skills Nazi strengths
  • 10. Memories of the problems of 1923 Treaty of Versailles Impact of the Depression Scheming of Hindenburg and von Papen Weakness of the Weimar Republic Other factors Attitude of German’s to democratic parties Failure to co-operate with one another
  • 11. How are we working this afternoon? Group work
  • 12. Groups Team Hitler Isaac Amandeep Aquib Pieter Team von Papen Sheryl Sairah Alyssa Rustam Nazkat Team Hindenburg Josh Aiden Zakir Khurum Team Industrialists Leah Elliot Sam S Sam O Raheema Team Army Leaders Amir Qamar Naqeeb Illyas Shaad
  • 13. Groups : Team ………………….. You must do the following:- 1. Appoint a team leader, and group spokesperson 2. Appoint a person to review how you work as a group (see attached sheet) 3. Appoint a person in charge of reporting back to Mr Lee / asking any questions / collecting resources 4. Appoint a person to liaise with other groups when the need arises 5. Appoint a scribe to record all your findings. 6. Come and collect an activity pack 7. Complete the Card sort task 8. Read through the chosen information on your Team name person / people. Then prepare mock questions to ask to the other group people at a fictional press conference to be held at a future date.
  • 14. Groups : Team Hitler <ul><li>Then you need to cut up the two sheets with the factors explaining why Hitler became Chancellor in 1933 </li></ul><ul><li>On each strip of paper you need to write an example of the factor (i.e. Hitler’s speaking skills = Hitler was a skilled orator who used to captivate audiences with his style) </li></ul><ul><li>Now you need to prioritise each of the factors under their respective headings – Nazi strengths, Opponents’ weaknesses and Other factors </li></ul><ul><li>Now I want you to choose the 5 most important reasons and write 100 words explaining why you’ve chosen these 5 </li></ul><ul><li>If you took away any of the factors would Hitler still have become Chancellor? </li></ul>EXT Using sugar paper you must firstly complete a timeline based on the information on page 156
  • 15. Groups : Team Hindenburg <ul><li>Then you need to cut up the two sheets with the factors explaining why Hitler became Chancellor in 1933 </li></ul><ul><li>On each strip of paper you need to write an example of the factor (i.e. Hitler’s speaking skills = Hitler was a skilled orator who used to captivate audiences with his style) </li></ul><ul><li>Now you need to prioritise each of the factors under their respective headings – Nazi strengths, Opponents’ weaknesses and Other factors </li></ul><ul><li>Now I want you to choose the 5 most important reasons and write 100 words explaining why you’ve chosen these 5 </li></ul><ul><li>If you took away any of the factors would Hitler still have become Chancellor? </li></ul>
  • 16. Groups : Team von Papen <ul><li>Then you need to cut up the two sheets with the factors explaining why Hitler became Chancellor in 1933 </li></ul><ul><li>On each strip of paper you need to write an example of the factor (i.e. Hitler’s speaking skills = Hitler was a skilled orator who used to captivate audiences with his style) </li></ul><ul><li>Now you need to prioritise each of the factors under their respective headings – Nazi strengths, Opponents’ weaknesses and Other factors </li></ul><ul><li>Now I want you to choose the 5 most important reasons and write 100 words explaining why you’ve chosen these 5 </li></ul><ul><li>If you took away any of the factors would Hitler still have become Chancellor? </li></ul>
  • 17. Groups : Team Industrialists <ul><li>Then you need to cut up the two sheets with the factors explaining why Hitler became Chancellor in 1933 </li></ul><ul><li>On each strip of paper you need to write an example of the factor (i.e. Hitler’s speaking skills = Hitler was a skilled orator who used to captivate audiences with his style) </li></ul><ul><li>Now you need to prioritise each of the factors under their respective headings – Nazi strengths, Opponents’ weaknesses and Other factors </li></ul><ul><li>Now I want you to choose the 5 most important reasons and write 100 words explaining why you’ve chosen these 5 </li></ul><ul><li>If you took away any of the factors would Hitler still have become Chancellor? </li></ul>
  • 18. Groups : Team Army leaders <ul><li>Then you need to cut up the two sheets with the factors explaining why Hitler became Chancellor in 1933 </li></ul><ul><li>On each strip of paper you need to write an example of the factor (i.e. Hitler’s speaking skills = Hitler was a skilled orator who used to captivate audiences with his style) </li></ul><ul><li>Now you need to prioritise each of the factors under their respective headings – Nazi strengths, Opponents’ weaknesses and Other factors </li></ul><ul><li>Now I want you to choose the 5 most important reasons and write 100 words explaining why you’ve chosen these 5 </li></ul><ul><li>If you took away any of the factors would Hitler still have become Chancellor? </li></ul>
  • 19. Thinking map Draw it on your Sugar paper and then place your bits of paper on the sheet Least important reasons In the middle Most important
  • 20. Group work review Team………………………… Review completed by………………………………… We wasted time chatting, messing about and generally not being focused on the task We could have produced a better product if we had worked in pairs or on our own We liked working in this group Some people didn’t contribute as much as others We worked well as a group, with the leader taking charge and directing people fairly Strongly Disagree Disagree Agree Strong agree Statement

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