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Week 4 Lesson 2: Continuity and change in the Kronstadt rebellion

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Liam Brooks

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Transcript of Week 4 Lesson 2: Continuity and change in the Kronstadt rebellion

On completion of this unit the student should be able to
analyse the consequences
of revolution and
evaluate the extent of change
brought to society.

Key knowledge

the challenges the new regime faced in attempting to consolidate its power, including the dissolution of the Constituent Assembly, political opposition, the creation of the Sovnarkom, land redistribution, the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk, State Capitalism, the Civil War, War Communism, the Red Terror, the Polish Soviet War, the 1921 Famine and the Kronstadt Revolt

Key skills

use primary sources as evidence to analyse the consequences of a revolution
evaluate continuity and change in society as a consequence of the revolution
evaluate the degree to which the revolutionary ideals were achieved or compromised
U3 AOS 2 Causes of revolution: Outcome 2
1. Working in groups of four.

Group 1:
Identify three

short term causes
of the Kronstadt rebellion.

Group 2:
Identify three
longer-term causes
.

Group 3:
Identify three
short-term effects
.

Group 4:
Identify three
longer-term effects


We have 5 minutes.

Class discussion to follow.


Entry activity:
Three
causes
and three
effects
of the Kronstadt Uprising
LI:
To understand aspects of
continuity and change
in the Kronstadt Uprising.

SC: Students will be able
to evaluate the extent of continuity and change
in the Kronstadt Uprising.
Recap of Bloody Sunday
1. Working in pairs.

2. Access the document on Compass under the Learning Task titled:
Wednesday 3 May: Continuity and change - comparing Bloody Sunday and the Kronstadt uprising.

3. Read both petitions.

4. Complete the table thoroughly and submit by the last 15 minutes of class.

5. Class discussion to follow.
Activity:
Continuity and change between Bloody Sunday and the Kronstadt uprising
Week 4 Lesson 2: Continuity and change in the Kronstadt Rebellion
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