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Week 4 Lesson 3 Communism in the USSR from 1921-1928 (the NEP)

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Transcript of Week 4 Lesson 3 Communism in the USSR from 1921-1928 (the NEP)

Week 4 Lesson 3 Communism in the USSR from 1921-1928 (the NEP)


What was the NEP? (1921-28)
1. Working individually.

2. Read and annotate the text.

3. Answer the following question (10-12 lines).

What was the economic impact of the New Economic Policy?

4. We have 20 minutes.

5. Class discussion to follow.
Activity: Analysing the economic impact of the NEP
1. Working individually to begin with.

2. Read and annotate the text.

3. Get into small groups and discuss the following question.

Was the New Economic Policy a betrayal of communism or a necessary measure to save the regime?

4. We have 20 minutes.

5. Class discussion to follow.
Analysing the ideological impact of the NEP
Week 4 Lesson 3

LI: To be able to critically analyse the extent to which communist aims were achieved or compromised during the period 1921-1928 (the NEP).

SC: Students will be able identify Bolshevik successes and challenges and support claims with evidence.


Recap activity: Recapping the period October 1917-1921 in Russia

1. Working in pairs.

2. Write down three successes/positives and three failures/negatives of the Bolshevik regime from October 1917 to 1921 (The October Revolution to the end of the Civil War.

3. We have 7 minutes.

4. Class discussion to follow.
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