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The removal of opposition 1934

History A Edexcel: Germany 1918-39
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Laurie Johnston

on 11 December 2015

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All will be able to give three reasons why Hitler was in control by 1934 (Confident)
Most will be able to give three reasons and make links between them (Proficient Grade)
Some will be able to give three reasons and write a conclusion explaining which is most important (Competent Grade)

Night of the Long Knives
Have you met the blue/green learning objective?
With a partner you have 1 minute to discuss the blue/green learning objective
Most of you: Will be able to explain how and why it changed (at least 3 factors and a conclusion on relative importance) (B Grade) Some of you : Will be able to explain how and why it changed linking factors together (A)

YOU NEED TO JUDGE YOUR PARTNER- HAVE THEY MET THIS LO?
HOW DO YOU KNOW?
HOW WILL I KNOW?
Progress Check 2
In order to demonstrate that you have met the red objective answer the questions below...
Three things the Nazis did in 1933 to seize power
In order to demonstrate the blue objective..
Explain why the Enabling Act was the most important change
In order to demonstrate the Green objective..
What did the Enabling Act allow the Nazis to do next?
Progress Check- Mini boards
Explain the cartoon making reference to:

• the figure of Hitler
• The title of the cartoon and Hitler’s armband
• The smoking gun, the bodies and the bloodstained spear
• Goebbels on his hands and knees
• The army
The SA (Stormtroopers) with their hands up
Hitler
Smoking gun
Hitler’s armband (The Double Cross)
Goering (dressed as Norse God of War)
Bloodstained spear
Goebbels (Hands and knees)
Hitler’s unkept promises
Dead bodies
T he army aiming their weapons at the SA in obedience to Hitler
Some of you : Will be able to explain how and why it changed linking factors together (A)
Remember three factors, links, conclusion – most important factor and why
Now let us put Hitler on trial – you will write speeches and we will hear some of them and we will judge him
Now we will finish off with exam practice (15 minutes on the timer, 12 minutes in exam)
http://www.online-stopwatch.com/timer/15minute/
Now hand it to your marking partner
Most of you: Will be able to explain how and why it changed (at least 3 factors and a conclusion on relative importance) (B Grade)
Some of you : Will be able to explain how and why it changed linking factors together (A)
Helpful Hints: To get a C what language are you using?
Can you use historical key terms? Reichstag Fire; Enabling Act; Communist; Decree;
Let us read: Page 45 (Jenny, Paige, Hanna, Chevonne, Tian, Andrea, Maria, Nathaly, Bukola, Maeva)
Let us start our list of things the Nazis did between January 1933-34 using the template provided which must be completed to a good standard and stuck in
We will continue our reading ( Victoria, Kayleigh, Kaseymarie, Nel, Esther, Nadeen, Amaria, Busola, Zoe, Blessing)
Now we will complete our list and make sure we have analysed it
All of you: Will learn how the political situation changed 1933-34 (C Grade)
Rohm; SA; SS; Army; plebiscite; Fuhrer
So now we will read again (48/49) (Ciara, Deliver, Shienika, Angie, Nadia, Grace, Jenny, Paige, Hanna, Chevonne, Tian, Andrea, Nel, Kaseymarie, Esther, Nadeen, Amaria, Busola)
To demonstrate your learning you will now complete the diagram
And last – Exam Practice – 25 minutes on a 16 mark question
http://www.online-stopwatch.com/timer/25minute/
And hand it to your marking partner
All of you: Will learn how the political situation changed 1933-34 (C Grade) Todos ustedes: aprenderá cómo la situación política cambió 1933-1934 (Grado C)
Most of you: Will be able to explain how and why it changed (at least 3 factors and a conclusion on relative importance) (B Grade)
Some of you : Will be able to explain how and why it changed linking factors together (A)
Think outside the box!
Hitler was Chancellor but he still faced problems – do you know what?
Thinking Skills
How do you feel about these objectives at the moment?
What is your target level?
What are you going to aim for today?
Put your post it on your progress line
By the end of the lesson (targets) -
All of you: Will learn how the political situation changed 1933-34 (C Grade) Todos ustedes: aprenderá cómo la situación política cambió 1933-1934 (Grado C)
Wszyscy z was nauczą się sytuacja polityczna zmieniła 1933-34 pkt C Grade)
Chacun d'entre vous: allez apprendre comment la situation politique a changé de 1933 à 1934 (année C)
Most of you: Will be able to explain how and why it changed (at least 3 factors and a conclusion on relative importance) (B Grade)
La mayoría de ustedes: ¿Será capaz de explicar cómo y por qué ha cambiado (por lo menos 3 factores y una conclusión sobre la importancia relativa) (grado B)
Większość z was będzie w stanie wyjaśnić jak i dlaczego to zmieniło (co najmniej 3 czynniki i wnioski na względnego znaczenia) (B klasa)
La plupart d'entre vous: Est-ce que être en mesure d'expliquer comment et pourquoi il a changé (au moins 3 facteurs et une conclusion sur l'importance relative) (Grade B)
Some of you : Will be able to explain how and why it changed linking factors together (A)
Algunos de ustedes: ¿Será capaz de explicar cómo y por qué cambió la vinculación factores juntos (A)
Niektórzy z was będzie w stanie wyjaśnić w jaki sposób i dlaczego zmienił łącząc czynniki razem (A)
Certains d'entre vous: Est-ce que être en mesure d'expliquer comment et pourquoi il a changé lien entre les facteurs ainsi que (A)
In order to demonstrate that you have met the red objective answer the questions below...
Three things the Nazis did in 1933 to seize power
In order to demonstrate the blue objective..
Explain why the Enabling Act was the most important change
In order to demonstrate the Green objective..
What did the Enabling Act allow the Nazis to do next?
Progress Check- Mini boards
Can you meet the blue/green learning objective?
You have 1 minute to think about the blue/green learning objective
Most of you: Will be able to explain how and why it changed (at least 3 factors and a conclusion on relative importance) (B Grade)
Some of you : Will be able to explain how and why it changed linking factors together (A)

Exam Practice – 25 minutes on a 16 mark question

And hand it to your marking partner

YOU NEED TO JUDGE YOUR PARTNER- HAVE
THEY MET THIS LO?
HOW DO YOU KNOW?
HOW WILL I KNOW?
Progress Check 2
All will be able to give three reasons why Hitler was in control by 1934 (C Grade)
Most will be able to give three reasons and make links between them (B Grade)
Some will be able to give three reasons and write a conclusion explaining which is most important (A Grade)
Rohm; SA; SS; Army; plebiscite; Fuhrer
So now we will read again (48/49)
Adewumi, Daniel, Matilda, Adah, Anais, Krystal, Micah, Alexander, Chantelle, Saffron, Sydney, Elle, Ramliz, Novella, Janet, Nasser, Louis, Halimat, Jaheim, Michelle, Casey, Tyrell, Micaiah, Alex

Now we will watch the video clip and answer the questions

All will be able to give three reasons why Hitler was in control by 1934 (C Grade)
Most will be able to give three reasons and make links between them (B Grade)
Some will be able to give three reasons and write a conclusion explaining which is most important (A Grade)
Find the following items in the cartoon and number them:
The SA (Stormtroopers) with their hands up
Hitler
Smoking gun
Hitler’s armband (The Double Cross)
Goering (dressed as Norse God of War)
Bloodstained spear
Goebbels (Hands and knees)
Hitler’s unkept promises
Dead bodies
The army aiming their weapons at the SA in obedience to Hitler
Explain the cartoon making reference to:

• the figure of Hitler
• The title of the cartoon and Hitler’s armband
• The smoking gun, the bodies and the bloodstained spear
• Goebbels on his hands and knees
• The army
EXIT PROGRESS
Who does Hitler have to worry about now?

Who is no longer a problem?
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