This word cloud, in the shape of a U2 spy plane, uses words from events of the late 1950s and early 1960s relating to the Cold War. Great for summarising a topic and for revision.
This PowerPoint presentation make up an effective GCSE lesson on the New Deal up to 1935. The presentation contains core material, starter, plenary and main tasks.
New Deal – recovery by 1935
This visual hexagon activity focuses upon the successes of the First New Deal up to 1935. Students should be encouraged to identify the images and how they link to the central question and then make links where each side of a hexagon touches the side of another hexagon. Great reviewing activity!
This word cloud, in the shape of Richard Nixon, contains words that link to the period in the Cold War called détente.
This word cloud in the shape of USSR president, Mikhail Gorbachev, is made up from words that summarise the end of the Cold War, covering events from 1985 to 1990.
This resource can be used in a variety of ways as a summary exercise on a lesson covering how the New Deal helped farmers. For example –
– Students can write a summary of the lesson using all four images as prompts.
– Students can identify the odd photo out and justify it.
– Students can identify the links between the photos like a visual hexagon activity.
– Students can use the photos to plan an answer to the central question outlined in the resource.
These lesson resources focus upon how the New Deal supported farmers in the 1930s.
New Deal – farmers