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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.
Events (50 years ago today): 1967 - After refusing induction into the United States Army the previous day, Muhammad Ali is stripped of his boxing title.
Births (350 years ago today): 1667 - John Arbuthnot, Scottish-English physician and polymath (d. 1735)
Births (100 years ago today): 1917 - Maya Deren, Ukrainian-American director, poet, and photographer (d. 1961)
Births (50 years ago today): 1967 - Marcel Albers, Dutch race car driver (d. 1992)
Deaths (600 years ago today): 1417 - Louis II of Naples (b. 1377)
Deaths (50 years ago today): 1967 - J. B. Lenoir, American singer-songwriter and guitarist (b. 1929)
Commemorations:Day of Remembrance for all Victims of Chemical Warfare
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The Treaty of Sevres : The Middle East
SIMULATION The Treaties of Sevres and Lausanne: How successfully did Lloyd George handle Turkey?
How important was the role of women in the Civil Rights movement? source work
IGCSE History Revision 2017
Rights and Protest Sourcework Sample: The Rivonia Trial
Model Essay: Analyse the successes and failures of Nixons domestic policies
Nixons Domestic Policy: Student research task
IB Sourcework: Rights and Protest sample source work papers and model answers
Model Essay: Assess the successes and failures of Nixons foreign policy
Nixons foreign policy: the second administration
Nixons foreign policy: The 1972 Presidential Election
Sourcework Exercise: To what extent was Martin Luther King responsible for the success of the Montgomery Bus Boycott?
Nixons foreign policy: the first administration (1969-72)
Nixons Foreign Policy: New study unit
Was life good or bad in Victorian Britain? A study through paintings