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1 Paper One 1hr 45mins 3 consecutive topics – YOU MUST DO: Hitler’s Foreign Policy, Origins of the Cold War. YOU CAN CHOOSE TO DO: Either League of Nations or Crises of the Cold War 3 sections, 35 mins per section 4 mark describe – 2/3 detailed sentences (3-5 mins) 6 mark do you agree? – Analyse argument in the source, evaluate reliability and purpose, do you agree using your own knowledge ( mins) 10 mark bullet point – Describe, explain, assess (repeat, linking events) – conclude! (18-22 mins)

2 Hitler’s Foreign Policy 1.Re-armament (Jaime, Jusleen, David) 2.Remilitarisation of the Rhineland (Josh D, Alex, Emma) 3.Anschluss (Tom, Josh M, Maria) 4.Sudetenland and Munich Agreement (Lilliy, Sujan, Cobby) 5.Czechoslovakia (Kelechi, Atlanta, Tilly E) 6.Nazi-Soviet Pact (Tilly W, Caitlin, Jack) 7.Poland (Kristine, Basit, Megan) 1.Why did it happen? 2.What happened? 3.Reaction from Britain and France? 4.Outcome for Germany and the rest of Europe? Can you then present/role play you event to the class?

3 Origins of the Cold War 1.Yalta 2.Potsdam 3.Soviet expansion in Easter Europe 4.Truman Doctrine 5.Marshall Plan 6.Berlin Blockade and airlift 7.NATO 8.Warsaw Pact 9.Korean War 10.Hungary 11.Nuclear arms/space race (to 1960) 1.Take a number – do not tell anyone apart from your group 2.Research and list as many things about your topic onto scrap paper 3.Select 10 and list them from the hardest and least likely to be known to the easiest and most likely to be known and write them in neat on your sheet 4.Pair up and read them out (starting with the hardest!!) to your partner. Your partner can have one guess per clue. Give them points depending on the amount of clues they need.

4 Additional Paper One topic League of Nations 1.Aims of “Big 3” 2.Terms of Treaty and Germany’s objections 3.Membership and organisation of League 4.Manchuria 5.Abysinnia Biggest reasons for “Why did the League fail?” Conclude Crises of the Cold War 1.U2 Crisis 2.Berlin Wall 3.Cuban Missile Crisis 4.Prague Spring 5.Détente 6.Afghanistan “Biggest threat to world peace?” Conclude

5 Paper Two 1hr 45mins Choose one topic from each section, 35 mins per section Section A – Tsarist Russia/Weimar Germany 4 mark – source suggest? 2 points from the source, plus one that you infer (develop with own knowledge – ONE SENTENCE!!) (5-6 mins) 6 mark – explain why. Point, evidence, explain x3 where possible (8- 12 mins) 10 mark – how useful is source about event? Analyse content (explaining why useful/limited with knowledge), evaluate nature, origin, purpose (explaining why useful/limited). Conclude (19-22 mins)

6 Section A - Tsarist Russia/Weimar Germany – Yes or no? 1.Research your topic 2.Pair up – you have up to a minute to ask yes/no questions about the other persons topic 3.Swap roles 4.Guess who/what your partner is by writing their name and your guess (ie, Mr Martin – Munich Putsch) on to a piece of paper – DON’T SHARE IT!! 5.Go around as many people as possible 6.Feedback and see how many answers you got right

7 Paper Two 1hr 45mins Choose one topic from each section, 35 mins per section Section B – Stalinist Russia/Hitler’s Germany Section C - Vietnam 8 mark – explain effects of event. Point, evidence, explain impact/effect x 3 (13-16 mins) 12 mark – Do you agree with interpretation? Point, evidence, explain, link (why do some historians believe this is true?), repeat for 2 other interpretations from your knowledge, conclude (19-22mins)

8 Section C - Vietnam Timeline 1.Gulf of Tonkin 2.Paris Peace Conference 3.Guerrilla warfare 4.Search and Destroy 5.Hearts and Minds 6.Fall of Saigon 7.Napalm/Agent Orange 8.Kent State 9.Tet Offensive 10.Ho Chi Minh Trail 11.Vietcong 12.US retaliation on Laos and Cambodia 13.Protests in the USA 14.Operation Rolling Thunder 15.Tunnel system 16.Fulbright Hearings 17.My Lai and Lt Calley 18.Dien Bien Phu and Vietminh 1.Work on your own/in pairs to research about your event 2.Write down a)Dates b)Key figures c)Events d)Impact 3.Pin up your event on the string across the room (some don’t have chronological order, so group them together)

9 Section B – Stalinist Russia/Hitler’s Germany

10 History pub quiz In your 2s/3s, come up with 8 questions (and answers!!) that can test the knowledge of the rest of the class 1.Treaty of Versailles/League of Nations 2.Crises of the Cold War 3.Weimar Germany 4.Tsarist Russia 5.Hitler’s Germany 6.Communist Russia 7.Hitler’s Foreign Policy 8.Origins of the Cold War 9.Vietnam Now, get into teams (up to 9 people per team) and prepare to test your Historical knowledge in this Yr 11 pub quiz challenge! Give yourself an amusing team name!


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