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Week 1 Lesson 2: The Cheka
Transcript of Week 1 Lesson 2: The Cheka
Activity Four-station analysis
1. You will be split up into three groups.
2. Each group will spend
at each station.
3. You will read texts about the Cheka and answer the questions in your individual booklet.
4. Each station looks at a different historical thinking concept
Station 1: Continuity and change
Station 2: Cause and effect
Station 3: Historical perspectives
Station 4: Evidence and historical interpretations (to be done as a whole class)
To construct a valid and defensible argument about whether the Cheka represented a compromise or betrayal of pre-revolutionary ideals.
Students will complete a four-station analysis of the Cheka.
Week 1 Lesson 2:
Consolodating power - the Cheka
Station 4: Evidence and working with historical interpretations