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The Territorial Terms of the Treaty of Versailles: A Role-Play Exercise
An effective way of getting students to assess not only what did happen, but whether these were the best decisions that could have been reached. A teacher lesson plan is also essential for this exercise. A simpler exercise is available as a pdf file.
Who was happiest with Treaty of Versailles?
Students assess the extent to which each of the Big Three were happy with the terms of the Treaty.
The Treaties of Sevres and Lausanne : The Near East - How successfully did Lloyd George handle Turkey after World War One? [interactive]
"In this simulation you will take on the role of an advisor to the British Prime Minister, David Lloyd George. You will be asked how you think he should handle the Ottoman Empire after World War One. You will also be asked factual questions to test your knowledge. Think carefully about each of your responses"
The Treaty of Versailles Role-Play Simulation [interactive]
An artificial intelligence simulation, complete with worksheets. Students choose which member of the Big Three to be in role as, and then try their best to obtain their objectives over a series of rounds of negotiations. A good way of rounding the unit off, introducing it, or revising it!
Interactive Cartoon Analysis [interactive]
The Peace Treaties after World War One
Analyse a series of cartoons by hovering over details and answering exam-style questions. When you have finished, the computer will provide you with a printout comparing your answer to a model answer. A great way to revise and develop sourcework skills.
Births (100 years ago today): 1918 - Leonore Annenberg, American businesswoman and diplomat (d. 2009)
Deaths (400 years ago today): 1618 - Philip William, Prince of Orange (b. 1554)
Deaths (50 years ago today): 1968 - Anthony Asquith, English director and screenwriter (b. 1902)
Commemorations:World Day of Social Justice
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Backward Essay Planning the Rule of Pinochet
How important was the role of women in the anti-Apartheid movement?
The Sophiatown Removals: Sample Sourcework Paper / Model Answers
New Interactive Timeline Generator!
Escape the Room: Mission Rivonia!
Summary revision: Cold War Crises Compared
Model Essay: Evaluate the political and economic impact of military rule in Chile between 1973 and 1989
Historiography: Causes for the Rise of Dictators / Outbreak of Civil Wars / Revolutions
Model Essay: With reference to two examples from two different regions, assess (a) the reasons for the use of guerrilla warfare, and (b) its effectiveness. (compares Cuba and Vietnam).
The Victorians through Paintings: Video Clips List
The February Revolution of 1917
From Yalta to Potsdam the wartime alliance starts breaking down
Introduction to Racism: An introduction to Rights and Protest
Video worksheet: Brunel by Jeremy Clarkson|Factual Test
Escape the Room Mission: Rome!