With the current controlled coursework task, my students need to include representations in their writing. One representation of the Gestapo I am using is from Raiders of the Lost ark with two scenes featuring the Gestapo agent, Toht, played by the wonderful Ronald Lacey. The two scenes are his first major scene in the bar leading to his burnt hand and the other is the famed ‘coat hanger’ scene. Both are available on You Tube.
These comic strip resources intend to prompt students into asking questions of the scenes to unwrap their meaning of the representation. Here they stick them into their books – printed A5 size – and write their answers around the visual resource by the relevant question. Thought I would share these.
This PowerPoint and worksheet make up a lesson focused upon the reasons why there was limited opposition to the Nazi regime within Germany.
Little opposition to Hitler
Why was there so little opposition to the Nazis starter worksheet
These caption resources are for a lesson on factory working conditions and encourage students to look at the sources and consider the views of the different people in them on factories. Great for a plenary or homework exercise.
Factory conditions cartoons
This PowerPoint looks at civil opposition to the Nazis and gives examples of opposition from former political opponents, the Church and the youth. The PowerPoint contains and starter, a table for a main task to make notes and a plenary.
Civil opposition to Hitler
This caption competition on Lloyd George and the People’s Budget serves as a good plenary or homework exercise.
Love this infographic charting the development of teaching and technology through the ages.
This resource is created for my Year 7 on Julius Caesar. The comic strip activity encourages students to fill in the speech bubble arguing why Caesar was significant. Great for a plenary or a home learning task.