The Beer Hall Putsch Primary Source Analysis and Creative Activities

The Beer Hall Putsch Primary Source Analysis and Creative Activities
The Beer Hall Putsch Primary Source Analysis and Creative Activities
The Beer Hall Putsch Primary Source Analysis and Creative Activities
The Beer Hall Putsch Primary Source Analysis and Creative Activities
The Beer Hall Putsch Primary Source Analysis and Creative Activities
The Beer Hall Putsch Primary Source Analysis and Creative Activities
The Beer Hall Putsch Primary Source Analysis and Creative Activities
The Beer Hall Putsch Primary Source Analysis and Creative Activities
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Students read an account of Hitler's 1923 attempted coup in Munich in the Beer Hall Putsch and answer 10 questions and complete 3 creative tasks. They include creating a pair of advertisements, a "what if" write up, and social media posts. All prompts and instructions for each task are included. This would be great for a sub and the answers are included where appropriate!

Sample questions include:
--Summarize why Hitler thought the time was right to overthrow the Weimar Republic.
--Drawing from prior knowledge and the text, explain the epiphany Hitler had in prison and how it changed the future of the world.
--What is a "motley crew"?
--How did Hitler get the public back on his side?
--What is it about Hitler and other leaders like him, or the condition of a country and its people, that allows them to amass a following and take control of a country? Are there leaders like this in the world in modern times (give or take from 1980)? You may need to infer from prior knowledge and current events.

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