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Starter Activity:
Explain the link between the following:
1. Disarmament, international peace &
international cooperation.
2. Disarmament, Vilna & Geneva Protocol.…read more

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Activation Task:
You are going to play `What happened next?'
Four judges will sit at the judges table.
In your teams you need to elect a captain and a runner.
The judges will give the runner a card requesting
information. ONLY THE RUNNER MAY LEAVE THEIR
SEAT.
When the captain is sure that all of the information has
been recorded, the runner must take it back to your
team's allocated judge.
If the judge agrees that all of the answers are correct
they will give the runner another card.
The judges decision is final ­ no appeals!
The judge will then give the runner another card and the
process must be repeated until all of the cards are
completed. The winning team will be rewarded.
Each team has one `joker' ­ this can be exchanged with
Miss Pilbrow for the correct answer.…read more

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Demonstration task:
How to write the perfect 6 mark answer!
Explain how the League of Nations
achieved some successes in the 1920s:
Remember three of the most successful
achievements of the League in the 20s.
What actually happened?
How did the League make it a success?
Explain in full detail.
Remember: context.…read more

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Level 1:
A general answer that doesn't really go into detail or shows the person marking that you
really know what was happening at the time.
E.g. Well, they tried to make sure that countries didn't fight.
You will only get one mark for this type of answer.
Level 2:
Identifies and/or describes (just says what happened ­ not how or why) how the League
achieved some success.
E.g. The League did get refugees back to their countries. They also stopped some diseases.
Some countries did what the League told them to do.
You will get one mark for each reason that you only identify and describe.
Level 3:
You will explain how and why the League had some successes. You will also show that you
have a good understanding of what the situation was like in the 1920s (remember: putting
into context).
E.g. In the 1920s there were many disputes between countries. This happened because
some countries argued over their borders. A good example of a League of Nations success
in the 1920s was the Aaland Islands. Sweden and Finland wanted control of the islands and
after threatening to fight over them, they appealed to the League. Sweden accepted the
League's decision to give the islands to Finland and the League managed to avoid a war.
This showed other countries that the League could meet its aim of keeping international
peace and settling disputes between countries.
If you explain one reason like this you will get three or four marks.
If you explain two or more reasons like this you will get four to six marks.…read more

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Plenary:
Mark the answer of the person next to you.
Give them a score out of six using the
markscheme.
Write one thing they have done well and one
target for improvement next time.
Model some answers and assess targets
given.…read more

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