Nazi Control: Propaganda and Censorship

Students are to complete any work that is incomplete or missing due to absence.

Work from Thursday’s lesson was on Propaganda and Censorship. Students are to make notes on:

Propaganda: rallies, radio, newspapers, film

Censorship: theatre, art, architecture, literature

They have been given the relevant page numbers from their textbooks. Any issues, see me

Students should also complete the 1st 2 pages of the booklet on Nazi Opposition. They can write their answers either in their books or on the worksheet. It is on the Church and Youth

Slave’s Story

Students are to complete their story of a slave. Min 2 pages of exercise book; max 3 pages. It should include how the person was captured and taken to the coast in West Africa, the Middle Passage, the slave market and life on the plantation in the West Indies, inluding punishments, health and jobs. It can be done in present or past tense, as a diary or a story, in the 1st or 3rd person. It must include precise evidence

The Slave’s Story

Students are to complete their story of a slave. Min 2 pages of exercise book; max 3 pages. It should include how the person was captured and taken to the coast in West Africa, the Middle Passage, the slave market and life on the plantation in the West Indies, inluding punishments, health and jobs. It can be done in present or past tense, as a diary or a story, in the 1st or 3rd person. It must include precise evidence

Y11 Revision

Students are to revise the following topics. They have a copy of this too:

Paper 1: Crime, Punishment and the Historical Environment. 1hr15mins

  • Poverty and crime in Whitechapel
  • Vigilance Committee
  • Tolpuddle Martyrs
  • Policing 1900-present day
  • Law enforcement change/continuity Saxon-Norman England
  • Type and cause of crime 1500-1900

Paper 2: American West & Anglo-Saxon and Norman England. 2 papers to be done in any order in 1hr45mins. That means 55mins per paper.

American West:

  • Consequences of the Fort Laramie Treaty 1868
  • Narrative Account of the Mormon migration 1846-7
  • Importance of: changes in ranching for cowboys; the Exoduster movement for the growth of settlement; the extermination of the buffalo on the Plains Indian’s way of life

Anglo-Saxon & Norman England:

  • 2 features of castles
  • Why there was a succession crisis in 1066
  • The reasons for the failure of the Revolt of the Earls 1075
  • Consequences of the Domesday Book

Breathing problems factsheet

Use the instruction sheet to help you complete the factsheet about breathing problems that you started in the lesson.

Remember you can choose 1 or several.

If you have any problems accessing a computer, saving your work or printing your work you should come and see me or go to homework club during lunchtime.

Please bring a printed copy of your work to Thursdays lesson.

 

Celtic Warrior Poster

Students are to complete a poster of a Celtic Warrior. They have a description of one, with highlighted words which they have to convert into a picture of him – for example, blonde hair. They shoul all know what they are doing. Any issues, questions, lost sheets, or a need to use colours, students should see me any lunchtime this week