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Week 2 Lesson 3: The First Five-Year Plan, 1953-57 (historical interpretations)

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Transcript of Week 2 Lesson 3: The First Five-Year Plan, 1953-57 (historical interpretations)

Week 2 Lesson 3: The First Five-Year Plan, 1953-57 (historical interpretations)
Week 2 Lesson 3:
The First Five-Year Plan, 1953-57 (historical interpretations).

LI:
To evaluate the success of the First Five-Year Plan.

SC:
Students will be able to evaluate the degree to which revolutionary ideals were achieved or compromised in the First Five-Year Plan by answering an A, B, C-style analysis of an historical interpretation.

Recap of the first Five-Year Plan, 1953-57
1. Working individually and in test conditions.

2. We have 4o minutes to complete an analysis of
an historical interpretation of the First Five-Year Plan.

3. You will have everything you need to complete this task:
A guide to
structure
(use it,
word by word
)
A guide to
content
(use it, and
nothing else
)

4. Our focus is on structure and process.

5. Class discussion to follow.

Practice SAC using recommended structure
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