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Origins of the Cold War - Early Tensions

GCSE 9-1
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Laurie Johnston

on 2 January 2018

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Transcript of Origins of the Cold War - Early Tensions

What do you know now?

In your books answer the exam question: Explain two consequences of the Yalta Conference (8 marks)

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 (C grade)

Most of you: Will learn (B grade)

Some of you : Will learn (A-A* Grade)



What do you know now?




Some of you : Will learn to explain the most important impact on the relationship (A-A*)

Exit Progress - SUMMARY - COPY in to your books:
From 1941-45 the USA, USSR and UK were allies against Germany despite their different ideologies
Talks began in 1943 at Tehran about what to do at the end of the war with Germany
At Yalta in February 1945 it was agreed to divide Germany in to 4 zones
VE Day saw victory over the Nazis and left the USSR in control of the Sateliite States: Poland, Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary and the Soviet zone of Germany
In August 1945 the USA dropped two atomic bombs on Japan demonstrating the awesome power of these new weapons
By 1946 the USA and USSR had lost trust in each other. Both were sure the other wanted to destroy them.

Annotate your Eastern Europe map with details of how the different countries were taken over
Answer the 8 mark exam question:



Progress Check 2- Books

In order to demonstrate that you have met the red, blue and green objectives :

Make a timearrow of major events 1941-49
Make a diagram that has the headings: Differences between leaders; differences between nations; Franklin Roosevelt; Winston Churchill; Joseph Stalin; A new world order; The Grand Alliance - make sure you have at least three bullet points for each heading.
Fill in the table for the three CONFERENCES
Progress Check- books
Some of you will: Will

How did your partner get on?
Fill in your peer assessment sheet
WWW? EBI?

When you get your own sheet back put in how you would improve your own learning.

Extension:
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Today's words?
Do Now
We will read pages :


Helpful Hints:
To get a C grade what language are you using? Can you use historical key terms?
Economic/Social/Political Económico / social / político.

All of you: Will learn (C grade)

Most of you: Will learn (B grade)

We will read pages 8, 9, 10,11 12, 13, 14: Rodrigo, Savka, Nashida, May, Maame Yaa, De'Shaine, Roxana, Lisa, Lesley Tia, Oyindamola, Emmanuel, Faith, Chanelle, Tyreek, Esther, Samuel, Sebastian, Malachi, Leanne, Faith, Joshua, Maria, Carlos, Kevin, Renee, William
Helpful Hints:
To get a C grade what language are you using? Can you use historical key terms?
Economic/Social/Political Económico / social / político
.

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 (C grade)

Most of you: Will learn (B grade)

Some of you : Will learn (A-A* Grade)



How do you feel about these objectives at the moment?
What is your target level?
What are you going to aim for today?


By the end of the lesson (targets) -
All of you: Will learn to explain tensions (STEP CONFIDENT)

Most of you: Will learn how to analyse tensions (STEP PROFICIENT)

Some of you : Will learn how to evaluate/examine tensions (STEP COMPETENT
)
Give examples if you can for every word
Conclusion?
Title: The Origins of the Cold War - Early Tensions
Date: 16th January 2017
Overview: COPY
The USSR and the USA had been on the same side against Germany in WW2
Once the war was over and Hitler was dead tensions began to emerge
The USSR was a COMMUNIST country
The USA was a CAPITALIST country
Both countries distrusted each other and drifted in to a 'COLD WAR'
There was no open fighting between the two but there were two opposing alliances and a huge arms race to build the most and the most powerful nuclear weapons
The COLD WAR was a war of WORDS, PROPAGANDA and SPYING
As WW2 ended the USA and Britain invaded Germany from the WEST and the USSR invaded it from the EAST - this led to Europe being divided in two
A CAPITALIST West and a COMMUNIST East
Both sides tried to extend and strengthen their position and undermine the other side
Last time in history:
COPY:
During WW2 the UK, USA and USSR were allies against Germany
After WW2 IDEOLOGICAL differences drove the allies apart
The USSR was a COMMUNIST country
The USA was a CAPITALIST country
There were tensions between the BIG THREE (Roosevelt USA, STALIN USSR and CHURCHILL UK
They met three times during WW2 - Teheran 1943, Yalta 1945 and Potsdam 1945
Answer these questions in detail in your book:
1. How did the atom bomb affect USA/USSR relations
2. How did the Long and Novikov telegrams affect the relationship?
3. How did Churchill's 'Iron Curtain' speech raise tensions?
4. What impact did the creation of Soviet Satellite States have on USA/USSR relations?
and now this week's short test...
PLC checklist
Last time in history
COPY:
The Grand Alliance met three times in WW2
AT Teheran 1943, Yalta Feb 1945 and Potsdam July 1945
They agreed to divide Germany in to 4 zones
They agreed to dissolve the Nazi Party
They agreed to set up the United Nations
but there were tensions over the Atomic Bomb and Eastern Europe
Strengthen and challenge
Choose one task:
How is a 'Cold War' different from a normal war?
Explain the difference between COMMUNISM and CAPITALISM
Explain how relations changed between the USA, USSR and the UK between Teheran and Potsdam
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