The Grand Alliance 1941-45

The Grand Alliance 1941-45

The Grand Alliance 1941-45 modern history lesson plan is a comprehensive and engaging way to teach your students about the Grand Alliance between 1941-45 and its breakdown. This lesson plan covers the period’s key events, figures and ideologies, including the clash of ideologies, the wartime conferences such as Tehran, Yalta and Potsdam, and the road to the Cold War.

The lesson plan is designed to engage students in the material through various activities actively. Students will take notes on key events and figures, analyse primary sources such as photographs, speeches, and watch short films to supplement their understanding of the historical events.

Additionally, students will have the opportunity to engage in critical thinking and comprehension exercises, which will help them to make connections and understand the historical significance of the Grand Alliance.

The PowerPoint also includes an exciting and unique activity for students to create either a storyboard or a propaganda film script. This not only allows students to express their understanding of the material in a creative way, but it also allows them to explore the use of propaganda and its impact during the Grand Alliance period.

The Grand Alliance 1941-45 lesson plan is perfect for high school history teachers looking to provide their students with a comprehensive and engaging learning experience. With a focus on note-taking, source analysis, critical thinking, comprehension, and creative expression, this lesson plan will help your students better understand the Grand Alliance and its breakdown.

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Description:Student activities include notetaking, short films, source analysis, critical thinking, comprehension and the creation of either a storyboard of propaganda film script.
Estimated lessons:4-6.
Ages14-18 years.
Format PowerPoint.

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