As part of a follow up task to your recent visit, a History Department competition is being run for the year group for each of the teaching groups in which students need to produce a pamphlet on the Ypres Salient outlining its main historical features and why they should be visited.
Design a propaganda poster to persuade people to join the Army. Consider some of the techniques that were used by the British Government at the time.
Write an explanation as to how and why your poster would be effective.
Colour code the sheet on the ghettos depending on these categories:
You will have a test in your second lesson of next week. The first lesson will be a revision lesson.
The topics covered will include:
You will have some knowledge questions and source questions. I will go through them in the first lesson next week.
•You are a reporter who has travelled around the beaches of Normandy on D-Day +1 (the day after)
•You must write an article for you newspaper about the event.
•You must have:
–An introductory paragraph (what was D-Day)
–What you can see on the beaches now
–Interviews with American and British soldiers
–Interview with a general about what happens next
–Explain why it was a significant part of WW2
Using the following document, create a timeline to show how Hitler came to power. You will have to research to ensure the information is accurately inputted into your timeline.
“Brown vs Board was the most significant event in the movement towards the Civil Rights Act.” How far do you agree? Explain your answer. (16 marks)
Write a paragraph to answer the following questions:
Who were the KKK?
When did they originate?
What did they do?
Why weren’t they stopped?
Research and create a short fact file of at least 6 things about Al Capone. Consider:
Who he was and where was he from?
What "business" did he do?
How successful was he?
How did he remain "legal"?
Why was he so powerful?
Any other information on Al Capone will help for the next lesson.
Design a wanted poster for Jack the Ripper.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.