What did the Nazis stand for in the 1920s lesson activities

These activities [which are on the worksheet below] I have created for a GCSE lesson on the key aspects of what the Nazis stood for during the 1920s. The main lesson activity involved a card sort which students have to prioritise the key aspects in a diamond nine which encourages the students to make judgements as well as leave three aspects out [as there are 12 aspects in all].

There is also an extension task in which students have to create a word cloud in their books. This can alternatively be set as a home learning exercise in which students can use ICT, such as the wonderful Tagexdo website – http://www.tagxedo.com. An example is also included below for students to get a visual grasp if necessary.

What did the Nazis stand for in the 1920s

Nazi Propaganda Tagxedo

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