This unit is an in depth study of Nazi Germany in the years 1933 – 39. It examines how Hitler established the legal foundations for his dictatorship and put in place methods of propaganda to influence attitudes and remove any opposition. It also explores changes in the lives of German citizens, considers the racial policies of the Nazis and looks at the persecution of Jews and other minority groups in Germany.
Exam style assessments:
• Nazi control and dictatorship, 1933 – 39
Pupils exploring the treatment and persecution of minorities in Hitler’s Germany.
Revise Medicine through Time, go over skills from the Medicine paper. With a particular focus on the Western Front section. Students will learn knowledge and skills this will include practice questions in preparation for the GCSE exams.
Pupils will understand the importance of focused revision
Students will revise Early Elizabethan England 1558-88, this will cover lockdown content and ensure students grasp content and skills required for the GCSE exams.
Students will revise Germany 1918-1939 they will cover key content and skills in preparation for the GCSE exams
The study of post 1929 living and working conditions in Germany as a reason for the growing popularity of extremist politics.
Revision of all topics covered in Papers 1-3