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Russia revision and historiography

  1. 1. Russia: The Story So Far Revision and Historiography
  2. 2. Task 1 Match the statements to the relevant Tsar or other individual in Russian history Nicholas II Alexander II Rasputin Sergei WittePetyr Stolypin Alexander III Lenin
  3. 3. Let’s do a few examples Statements Who? My father was assassinated I was in exile for much of the early half of the 20th century I was Prime Minister of Russia between 1906 and 1911 I took direct control of the armed forces during WWI My influence over the Tsar and Tsarina during WWI concerned many in Russia My wife was German I oversaw the completion of the Trans- Siberian Railway in 1903
  4. 4. What causes change? WAR INDIVIDUALS OPPOSITION SOCIAL CONDITIONS IDEAS RELIGION INDUSTRIALISATION Try and focus on this issue when reading the sources Think – what is the opinion of the author/historian
  5. 5. Task 2 • Work in pairs • Read the source and work together to answer the questions in note form on the sheet. • Continue in the same pairs • Complete the same process for the next source NUMBER PAIR 1 Millie & Shaquana 2 Tamara & Luke 3 Chloe 4 Rhianne & James 5 6 Georgie & Shannon 7
  6. 6. • How could this letter explain the downfall of the Tsar? • Is this a reliable source? • Which factor causes change according to this source? 7
  7. 7. Feedback • Pick one of the sources you have analysed to feedback to the class. – Explain the general message of the source – Explain what we can learn from the source – Answer the questions you have been given. • Refer to examples in the text. • Give time for other students to make notes on their source sheets.
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  20. 20. Lino 1! Follow the first link. It can also be found @historyBOA Lino 1 – What caused change in Russia? goo.gl/vKKRg You need to post a note giving one example of a factor causing change in Russia. Spend a couple of minutes going over your notes if you need too. It can be anything but I want to have as many original responses as possible
  21. 21. Lino 2! Now follow the next link but keep the original Lino open Lino 2 – Which factor caused the most significant change in Russia? goo.gl/tuINo Use the information from Lino 1 to help you write a short answer to the question.

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