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    • Starter : List bullet points in relation to the LON and what we studied last lesson. Pros Cons It would have been interesting if.....
    • Learning outcome Reviewed our H/W essays Reviewed our group work on the LON in the 1920s Analysed the LON in 1930s
    • The Big Question? “ The Historian, with every justification, will come to the conclusion that we were very stupid men...” Harold Nicolson, British diplomat, 1919. How far do you agree with the quote in relation to the Treaty of Versailles? Level 1 [1-3] Simplistic answer. Poor structure / lacking in detail / historical facts/figures Level 2 [4-6] Agrees with the quote. Developed argument. Beginning to show signs of structure. Level 3 [7-11] Disagrees with the quote. Solid argument. Clear structure / sound use of grammar – key words spelt correctly etc. Level 4 [12-15] Balanced answer. Explains how the quote can be agreed with : discusses the role of hindsight. Analyses how the quote can be disagreed with : people at the time were pleased with the Treaty. Perfect use of punctuation, spelling etc. NB Max L2 If pupil does not discuss the Treaty of Versailles and the background to it (i.e. Dates, key people etc) Max L2 if pupil does not mention the fact the TOV is a long term cause of WW2 – and briefly discusses how this is so Max L2 if pupil spells key words incorrectly / poor use of capital letters / incorrect dates etc
    • Essay Comments + - Level I’d give 1 2 3
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    • Groups from last lesson : Pros Cons Interesting if Fixes
    • One person needs to go and get their sheet from the wall at the back....sensibly so not ripping it off the wall....
    • Admin / tidying books up. Sticking sheets in etc. 10 minutes
    • What does it mean to be a success? I would like you to write about a time when you have achieved success……. I would like you to write about a time when you have felt a failure…..
    • Criteria
      • List the criteria you would like to use to assess whether the League of Nations was a success…..
    • Why did the League begin to fail in the 1930s? 1920s 1930s
    • Lesson objectives:
      • To evaluate why the League of nations started to fail in the 1930s.
      • To make the link between economic depression and the failure of the League.
    • Task 1
      • Some people say that there is a fine line between success and failure.
      • The League, during the 1920s, was fairly successful. Who can give me an example of an area where it was successful?
      • Why might some regard it as a failure?
    • Success or failure???
    • What countries are highlighted in the source? What is the symbolism of having America represented in the picture? What is the source telling us about the success/failure of the League of Nations?
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    • Admin Tidy up books, glue in sheets, recycle any you don’t want to keep Underline........
    • Task 2
      • Look at the range of famous people.
      • Write 1-20 in your margin
      • Decide if they are successes or failures.
      • Be prepared to give a reason for your answers.
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    • LON Success Starter ?
      • How do you measure success?
      • Write down how you would measure success for the LON
      • Things can and cannot be successful depending on the objectives or things you are trying to achieve. Write a paragraph explaining how this could refer to the LON.
    • Learning outcome
      • Examined the LON in the 1930s
      • Written a timed-essay in the latter part of the lesson today
      • Received our H/W for next week
    • LON in 1920s
    • Why the league failed in the 1930s. How times had changed...
    • Why the league failed in the 1930s.
    • Task 1 – why the league failed in the 1930s.
      • Turn to page 244. Copy the cartoon.
      • Task – on page 242 you have source 24. The source shows how American money helped Europe recover, economically, after WW1.
      • Compare this with source 3 on page 245. What has changed or is different between the two diagrams? Is anything the same?
    • Task 1 – why the league failed in the 1930s.
    • Task 1 – why the league failed in the 1930s.
    • Task 1 – why the league failed in the 1930s.
    • Task 2 – sounds bites.
      • A sound bite is a short extract or edited part of a person speaking – maybe in interview etc.
      • You often hear them on radio broadcasts.
      • For example – after 911 many of the stories included a quick sound bite of George Bush saying –
      • “ the American homeland has been attacked – we will stop at nothing to catch and punish those responsible or in any way connected with the attack”.
    • Task 2 – sounds bites.
    • Task 3
      • Look at source 4 on page 245.
      • It shows the feelings of the 6 main countries that were suffering in the 1930s.
      • Write sound bites for each of the countries leaders to represent their view points.
      • These do not have to be particularly long but must sum up the feeling of the countries leaders.
    • Task 3
    • Task 4 Read p246-254
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    • Remember we don’t talk anymore........
    • Why the league failed in the 1930s.
    • Timed essay
      • “ The League of Nations was a complete failure throughout the 1920s and 1930s.”
      • How far do you agree with the above statement?
    • H/W
      • What were the main aims of the League of Nations? [4 marks]
      • OCR Modern World, Paper 1 [2007]
      • One mark for each relevant aim; additional mark for detail explaining it
      • NB Allow one mark to candidate who offers a general point only
    • “ The League of Nations was a complete failure throughout the 1920s and 1930s.” How far do you agree with the statement?
      • LEVEL 1: GENERAL ANSWER. ANSWERS LACK SPECIFIC CONTEXTUAL KNOWLEDGE [1-4] F-G-Fail
      • e.g. The League was reasonably successful in 1920s, but failed miserably in the 1930s. May discuss several key events such as structure of league, and Wall St Crash.
      • LEVEL 2: DESCRIBES Key theme (S) Agrees or Disagrees [4-8] D-E
      • e.g. looks at Border disputes, social factors, Disarmament. Begins to discuss these factors over the time period. Little analysis
      • LEVEL 3: EXPLANATION Agrees AND Disagrees [8-12] B-C-D
      • e.g. ‘Connects factors together as above but begins to give reasoned answers Discusses the structure of the league, and the weakness at the outset with lack of US involvement. Highlights successes in the 1920s – but looks at the crisis it faced in 1930s. Discusses the turning point of the Wall St Crash and provides incisive analysis around this factor. Reaches a balanced and sustained conclusion having looked at both sides of the debate..’
      • LEVEL 4: ANALYSIS. Balanced argument with supported conclusion [12-15] A*-A/B
      • e.g. As above but with more depth and factual knowledge. Evidence of wider reading around the subject. Discusses the historical debate = i.e. historians disagree over the 1920s, but most, if not all, agree over failure in the 1930s. Highlights successes outside of the LON. A mature style backed up with sound factual knowledge reaching a sustained conclusion
    • “ The League of Nations was a complete failure throughout the 1920s and 1930s.” How far do you agree with the statement?
      • ESSAY PLAN:-
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      • P2
      • P3
      • P4
      • P5