This lesson looks at the problems faced by the Nazi Party in 1933 and how they addressed these problems. In the lesson the class will need to work in groups (4 per group). They are presented with some memos linked to propaganda and they have to identify the problems (for the Nazi party) included in these memos. They will need to decide which issues are the most important (and justify this - a good opportunity to encourage deeper level thinking through teacher questioning). When they have done this they can begin to construct some possible solutions that teh nazi Party could have implemented. each group will present their ideas to the class (I use sugar paper and coloured pens so that they can makes spider diagrams or mindmaps). I also ensure that they use the sentence stems provided when speaking to the class to encourage literacy development. Each student will need to complete their own matrix. There is a homework task included in the presentation which compares the students solutions to the actual solutions implemented by Goebbels. This lesson teachers itself.