This visual exercise can be used as a starter or plenary and gives six visual clues answering the question – why did prohibition fail? For clarity, the two images at the bottom are of Warren Harding, US President who was known to ignore prohibition, and Henry Wickersham, who led a commission into prohibition justifying its morality but highlighting its impossibility to enforce.
I am investigating different ways in using the Moldiv app to create visual resources for lessons. This one is an activity in which students are given the topic – in this case US tactics in Vietnam – and they are given six images which they have to identify which tactic it refers to. Could be an effective starter or plenary exercise.
This poster of the key protagonists of the Cuban Missile Crisis is designed as an introductory image to the Cuban Missile Crisis. Good to promote curiosity and to introduce the topic.
Created this poster outlining the key events of the Cold War as a display and revision resource for my Year 11 students. Intended to be used as a visual stimulus, I hope you find it useful.
Just made this classroom poster using the Moldiv app. The poster highlights some of the key words students should use when handling evidence. Hope it is useful.
This poster is a great resource showing quickly and easily the different ways how you can demonstrate independent learning. Thanks to @sjunkins for this tremendous resource.
This quote from Lincoln reminds me that some students may need a bit of encouragement during the revision period!
This poster takes the order Dyer gave to his soldiers sparking the Amritsar Massacre in 1919. Frightening.
Love this quote from John D. Rockefeller.
This quote was taken from a typically direct speech by Nikita Khrushchev in 1958 and outlined his views of the vulnerability of the West and Berlin. An interesting quote to make a poster from and good to initiate discussion.