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  • Van der Lubbe starter
  • Van der Lubbe starter
  • Learning outcome By the end of the lesson we will have.... Examined how Hitler begun to assert his authority over Germany Completed our ‘Monopoly’ task Received our H/W for the ½ term
  • Learning outcome By the end of the lesson we will have.... Examined how Hitler begun to assert his authority over Germany
  • Why is Marinus so important in understanding why Hitler was able to assume so much power?
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  • It’s a tiny bit similar to.....
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  • Read p 158-159 Hand-out sheet
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  • Using the hand-out sheet complete a timeline for the events that helped Hitler assume total power. Then choose 5 of them, and produce ‘newspaper’ headlines from the time in Germany summing up his actions. Make them positive, and fully supportive of The Fuhrer
  • Exam questions from 2007 (a) Describe what happened during, and immediately after, the Reichstag Fire in 1933. [4] (b) Explain why Hitler carried out the Night of the Long Knives (1934) [6] (c) Popular support for Hitler was the most important reason why he became Chancellor in 1933.” How far do you agree with this view. Explain your answer. [10]
  • Jack’s video Jack Hartwell productions
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  • What does this mean for us?
  • You have 5 minutes to prepare a speech on one of your passions. It could be sport related, music, family. Anything at all. You will have to talk to the person next to you for 1 min about your chosen area. The person listening must make notes on what they’re saying and then offer some advice on how they can improve their speech
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  • Gcse History
  • http://gcsehistory.wetpaint.com/ Year 10 History GCSE H/W
    • Your H/W to be completed by the first lesson back after half-term is to update the ‘Reichstag Fire’ page on the new g.c.s.e History wiki
    • This is a whole class project.
    • You first need to register.
    • Choose a username that is easily recognisable with your name. No nicknames etc. If you choose a name that is inappropriate, then I’ll just delete it and that will count as no H/W completed. And this will result in a conduct log and a trip to see Mr Williams with me.
    • Everyone must contribute and add some content to the page.
    • If you don’t have internet access from home, you have been given enough time to complete this – there is the library at school, or you can come and use one of my computers after school in 219. Saying your internet is broken will not be an acceptable excuse.
    • I want you to add content / text / video you’ve made/ found on the web so that – collaboratively – we build up a resource that everyone can use to improve their understanding of the Reichstag Fire.
    • Any problems [email_address]
  • http://gcsehistory.wetpaint.com/ Year 10 History GCSE H/W If this works well – could be a really powerful learning tool. This is the Year 10 gcse class wiki – no one else will be allowed to use it. Any inappropriate posts will be deleted / site closed down.
  • http://gcsehistory.wetpaint.com/ Year 10 History GCSE H/W This is an opportunity to not have essays set for H/W. My vision.........  ......Your choice.
  • http://gcsehistory.wetpaint.com/ So, how does it work?