Unit 1 Conference. “Miss are we doing anything fun today?” Strategies for the Delivery of VCE Unit 1 20 th Century History 2 March 2012, HTAV. Watch this carefully. How many numbers on clock face? 2. How many men in the row marching forward in the opening scene?
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“Miss are we doing anything fun today?”
Strategies for the Delivery of VCE Unit 1 20th Century History
2 March 2012, HTAV
British writer Vera Brittain once stated that ‘…at no previous period has mankind been faced by a half-century which so paradoxically united violence and progress.’
Can most teens understand what this means?
Hot Dotting is a decision making routine created by Quality Education.
On completion of this Unit the student should be able to…
Outcome 2: analyse and discuss patterns of social life and the factors which influenced changes to social life in the first half of the 20th Century.
Outcome 3: analyse the relationship between historical context and cultural expression of the period 1900 to 1945.
Outcome 1: analyse and explain the development of a political crisis and conflict in the period 1900 to 1945.
Project Zero Harvard, Visible Thinking Strategies
Inga Clendinnen, Quarterly Essay, “The History Question, who owns the past?” (Back Inc, Melbourne, 2006), 66.Perceive, know, care about
Project Zero, Exploring historians views or groups etc
Robert J. Marzano, Leading the Implementation of a School Wide Vocabulary Program.
Engagement and reworking until the students really get it!
VCAA Assessment Handbook
Was Germany responsible for World War One?
Which verdict does your witness support?
Concepts/terminology not included
Gaps in evidence/argument
NO MULTIPLE CHOICE!!!
Failure of League of Nations in 1930
French and British Self Interest
Lack of Armed Forces
REaching decisions too slowly
From, Ben Walsh, GCSE Modern World History.
What are the MAIN long-term causes of WW1?
Revolutions 2010 VCAA Assessors Report Indicated that:
Revolutions 2010 VCAA Assessors Report- What is a high level response?
World War 1 was a major reason for the fall of both Tsarism and the Provisional Government. Firstly, although the war was initially well received by the public and was intended to unite the population in patriotism, it quickly became a source of discontent as defeats proved humiliating and economic crisis worsened. The major reason why the war contributed to a revolutionary situation in early 1917 was that the Tsar had taken control of the army from the experienced and respected Grand duke Nikolaevich in August 1915, and the subsequent military, economic and psychological devastation had come to be associated with him. This was exacerbated by the fact that in his absence, Tsarina Alexandra was left in charge and she proved to be incompetent, unpopular (as her German heritage aroused suspicion) and heavily influenced by Rasputin. Thus the impressionable lower class – workers and peasantry – associated failure with the Tsar and felt abandoned as he had left them to fight at the front, therefore increasing revolutionary sentiment against him.
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