A fully annotated question set in which both false and true answers are explained and commented upon. Ideal to use when presenting and teaching the topic and also when testing students on the Stalin era in the Soviet Union. See the preview file for 10 sample questions with annotations.
This question set will allow teachers to review key information about Stalin's rise to power in the Soviet Union. It also covers his economic policies and use of terror tactics to preserve his position, including his systematic violations of human rights. It's perfect for classes looking at the rise of totalitarian governments after World War I.
WHAT YOU WILL GET
The set is comprised of 23 True/False and 9 Multiple Choice questions, each of which can serve as a springboard into discussion and lecture, if you wish. The worksheets are also great for a test, independent assignment, or extra credit opportunity.
TWO DIFFERENT FORMATS MAKE TEACHER LIVES' CONVENIENT
Both reusable and write-on worksheets are provided, ready made so that teachers can immediately put this resource to work.
TWO ANSWER KEYS HELP TEACHERS GO THE EXTRA MILE
A fully annotated answer key provides additional information teachers can use to illuminate even more details about Stalin's personality, paranoia, and policies. This answer key makes class discussions a snap and gives the teacher details at his or her fingertips.
For quick correcting of student work, however, a simplified answers-only answer key is also included.
Content Questions by Elise Parker
keywords: Stalin, Lenin, Trotsky, Five-Year Plans, Five Year Plans, communism, Soviet Union, Ukraine, Ukrainian Terror Famine, purges, Hitler, Nazi-Soviet pact, Nazi-USSR pact, Great Depression, civil liberties, freedom of religion, Soviet economy