Any students not finished their beggin poster (done in lesson) are to complete it – they have the information and success critiera
Students have started the following; homework is to complete it:
They are to read p67-70 and do a “road to Hitler becoming Chancellor.” This means in the front of their books, on a double clean page, they are to draw a road which has a slight bend in the middle. This should be drawn half-way down and across both pages. I have drawn one on the board for you to copy. Then, put the dates on the timeline from p67 across the road, alternating above and below – Finally, for each date, write down what happens and how it helps Hitler become Chancellor. This should be in detail.
Students are to write up their report in their booklet. We have started this in class so they know what they are doing. They can see me lunchtimes before the lesson for help if needed
Students are to write up their report in their booklet. We have started this in class so they know what they are doing. They have all the information with them. They can see me lunchtimes before the lesson for help if needed
Students are to complete their poster on this. They can come up at lunchtime to do it
Students are to complete their poster for Wednesday – this is due during their Geography lesson which they know about. They can complete it in school in lunchtime if need be
Essay question to complete. Students have all relevant information sheets. Any issues, see me any lunchtime
Students are to complete the grid on the Weimar Republic Golden Years to do with wages, unemployment, culture, theatre, women, using p34-37 of textbook. They can access the textbook at lunchtime Friday and Monday or take photos of the relevant pages
Students are to complete all questions from question sheet on policing. They have everything they need and can see me lunchtimes before the lesson if they require help
Students are to complete a leaflet for Stresemann, to persuade people of Germany to vote for him in the 1929 elections. They should highlight everything he had done for Germany between 1924-29 both economically and in foreign affairs. They have completed a worksheet on this so have all the information needed. Some students have also taken photos of the textbook.