Soviet Union Collectivization Reading and Image Analysis

Soviet Union Collectivization Reading and Image Analysis
Soviet Union Collectivization Reading and Image Analysis
Soviet Union Collectivization Reading and Image Analysis
Soviet Union Collectivization Reading and Image Analysis
Soviet Union Collectivization Reading and Image Analysis
Soviet Union Collectivization Reading and Image Analysis
Soviet Union Collectivization Reading and Image Analysis
Soviet Union Collectivization Reading and Image Analysis
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  1. These 16 resources help students review the rise of dictators and related events between the wars including Hitler's rise to power, Mussolini, Stalin, the Nuremberg Laws, anti-Semitism, collectivization, the Spanish Civil War, the Munich Conference, and MORE!!! Two versions of the power point are p
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Students read a one page background on Stalin's policy of collectivization in the Soviet Union during the 1930s, three short quotes illustrating how 3 groups of people felt about collectivization, and examine 6 images related to life under collectivization. Students then answer 16 questions (academic/creative/opinion) to demonstrate their understanding of the text. The answers are included where appropriate and this would be great for a sub! See the preview for a closer look!

Sample questions include:
--In what way(s) could individual farms have been a threat to Stalin’s position of power (or other higher-ups)?
--Do you think peasants resisted collectivization effectively, why or why not?
--Does the Army Officer agree with the orders he has been given to employ brutal force against peasants? Cite evidence from the text to support your answer.
--How does Stalin justify his choice for implementing collective farms? Is his argument persuasive (not right or wrong, but persuasive), why or why not?
--Inferring from the historical context, what information do you think is being shown in the map (image C)?
--Explain why there are different posters to convey a similar message. Which poster do you think would have been most persuasive to a Soviet citizen in the 1930s and why?

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