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Who was more responsible for the Cold War? A revision carousel lesson

Who was more responsible for the Cold War? A revision carousel lesson
Who was more responsible for the Cold War? A revision carousel lesson
Who was more responsible for the Cold War? A revision carousel lesson
Who was more responsible for the Cold War? A revision carousel lesson
Who was more responsible for the Cold War? A revision carousel lesson
Who was more responsible for the Cold War? A revision carousel lesson
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Designed for the OCR B GCSE Cold War 1945-75 course, but useful for other examination specifications, this hour-long revision carousel lesson helps students revise key knowledge about the early stages of the Cold War, before applying the knowledge to examination questions

1. Slide 2: how many points can students score in a four minutes?
2. Slide 3: introduce enquiry question and objectives
3. Students carousel around 5 stations (slides 4-13, and separate ‘resource’ PowerPoint), revising a different aspect of the The Cold War 1945-49 course and learning how to tackle a different OCR B examination question at each one. Spend around eight minutes (depending on ability and time available) at each station. 4. Complete a flashcard at each station.
5. Slide 14: can students now score more points on the original slide, having completed a lesson of revision?
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20+
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Does not apply
Teaching Duration
1 hour
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