Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Look at this picture and think about the following things: o What do you think this poster is about? (have a guess) o Why would he be waving a flag? o.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Look at this picture and think about the following things: o What do you think this poster is about? (have a guess) o Why would he be waving a flag? o."— Presentation transcript:

1 Look at this picture and think about the following things: o What do you think this poster is about? (have a guess) o Why would he be waving a flag? o Can you think of occasion when we would wave a flag? o What emotion is on the man’s face? Be prepared to justify your answer. Starter 1/2:

2 Now look at the original picture: o What do you think about the picture now? o What is it about this image that has changed the way you think about it? o Why do you think this image was created? Be prepared to justify your answer. Objectives/outcomes:

3 Objectives: By the end of the lesson you will… Understand why people voted for the Nazi party Recognise how Hitler used posters to influence them Outcomes: What I am looking for is for you to be able to… Explain why people voted for Hitler Illustrate the sort of posters Hitler used to influence Germany Episode 1:

4 What do you know about the Nazis and World War II? Episode 1/2:

5 ‘People will vote for a party that they believe will increase their wealth, power and status’. Nazis promised all this. Episode 1/2:

6 o Using the sort cards and the board, sort the cards on the right places on the board then listening to Sir about why people voted for the Nazi party to check your guesses – watch out for the ‘Red herrings’. Success criteria: The Nazis party used the Depression to promote their ideas. America lost lots of money. End unemployment – Hitler promised to provide jobs for the Germans.

7 o Put the cards in the right boxes on the board. Episode 1/3: The Nazis party used the Depression to promote their ideas. America lost lots of money. End unemployment – Hitler promised to provide jobs for the Germans. America lost lots of money. The Nazis party used the Depression to promote their ideas. End unemployment – Hitler promised to provide jobs for the Germans.

8 © Boardworks Ltd of 18 What changed everything was the worldwide Depression. In 1929, the Wall Street Crash caused America to loose a lot of money. America needed all the money back they had borrowed other countries. Germany was hit hard because the country had borrowed a lot of money to pay for the damage caused by the 1 st world war. Impact of the Depression, 1929–32

9 © Boardworks Ltd of 18 The Depression spreads

10 © Boardworks Ltd of 18 It was during the Depression the Nazis started to use political advertising (propaganda) to promote their ideas about what would solve Germany’s financial problems. Example: How did you know that the Xbox 360 was worth having before you played one? Posters were produced showing Hitler as ‘Germany’s last hope’. Planes were used to help him travel all over Germany to tell people about his ideas. Radio was used to help him tell everyone about his ideas. How the Nazis: propaganda

11 © Boardworks Ltd of 18 1.End unemployment – Hitler promised to provide jobs for the Germans who had become unemployed because of the depression. 2.Tear up Treaty of Versailles – Hitler said that he would break the hated promises made after the 1 st world war to make Germany great again. 3.Blame the Jews – Hitler gave the German people someone to blame for the depression. He blamed the Jews. The Nazis came up with popular policies that appealed to many ordinary Germans. Nazis: mass appeal policies

12 © Boardworks Ltd of 18 Hitler chose two groups in German society that were important for him to win over. Hitler made sure the Nazi message targeted these key groups of voters. Using the red herring cards, organize the sentence and complete the task. The slogan ‘Work, Freedom, Bread’ was used to convince workers that the Nazis were focused on the needs of the industrial class. People in the Cities People in the Countryside The slogan ‘Blood and Soil’ was used to convince rural voters that the Nazis believed that the German nation sprang from the farming class. Reaction of the Nazis: key voters

13 Episode 2: o Using the red herring cards from the card sort task, organize the cards into a sentence and complete the activity to show you have learnt why people voted for the Nazi party. o Write this in your book Share your slogan with the class. Use this information to write... Explain your slogan when asked. The best slogan will receive a credit.

14 o Your activity is to create your own Nazi poster to encourage German society that they should vote for the Nazi party. You must include: A Swastika logo, A slogan explaining the group of people you want to blame for Germany’s problems, An image of the group in society you have decided to influence. Episode 2/2:

15 o The groups of people you could influence using your poster are: The people of the city, The people of the country, Episode 2/3:

16 Success criteria: o You also need to think about the popular policy you want to highlight that will appeal to Germans. 1.End unemployment – Will you promised to provide jobs for the Germans who had become unemployed because of the depression. 2.Tear up Versailles – Will you promise to break the hated promises made after the 1 st world war to make Germany great again. 3.Blame the Jews – Will you blame the Jews for the countries economic depression.

17 What have we learnt:

18 © Boardworks Ltd of 18 How did Hitler rise to power? - Plenary Home work

19 o Find out 3 facts about the ‘Hitler Youth’. o Find an image to illustrate what the ‘Hitler Youth’ looked like. Mini plenary:


Download ppt "Look at this picture and think about the following things: o What do you think this poster is about? (have a guess) o Why would he be waving a flag? o."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google