Resources can be found on this page for the following topics: Stalin, The American Civil Rights Movement, The Springbok Tour Protests, Passchendale, Stalingrad, and Exam Strategies and Advice
Stalin Key Terms List Click on highlighted terms for useful links
Capitalism Coup Proletariat
Communism Cult Purge
Civil War Democracy Socialism
Menshivicks Factionalism Scapegoat
Bolsheviks Gulag Soviets
Reds/Whites Kulak Totalitarian
Collectivization Paranoia Zeks
Comintern Patronage Czars
Revolution Vladimir Lenin General Secretary
Leon Trotsky Nadya Show Trials
The Grerat Terror Five Year Plans Industrialization
Yezhov Beria NKVD
Old Bolsheviks Sergei Kirov Zinoviev
Kamenev Vyshinsky Yugoda
Blood Purge Leningrad Famines
Karl Marx Comrade Card Index Koba
Joseph Djugashvili Gori Ukraine
For Merit and Excellence be sure to review and memorise your practice work
To ensure achieved:
Intro: Describing Stalins background, personality, physical description, rise to power, how horrible he was, define the Purges as a brutal example of his rule, 2 Causes: Nadya and threat of Kirov & Old Bolsheviks, 2 Effects: huge loss of life & military unprepared for WWII.
Paragraph: Kirov, Military & Old Bolsheviks
Paragraph: Controls- media, NKVD, military, etc..
Paragraph: Huge loss of life and examples of victims- groups and individuals
Conclusion: Stalin was REAL bad paragraph
Include as many names, facts, figures, quotes, and places as you can
Methods of Control
Student brainstorm for Stalin Essay format
This is the result of our classroom brainstorm before August Exams
Rise to Power
Cause 1 Nadyas Death? Growing Paranoia
Cause 2 Old Bolsheviks and Rivals?(include Trotsky & Kirov)
Cause 3 Rise and Threat of Hitler?
Cause 4 Phantom 5th Column?
Methods of Control
Effect 1 Millions of Deaths?
Effect 2 Weakened the Military?
Effect 3 Weakened Social Institutions?
Effect 4 Atmosphere of Fear
Causes of the Great Terror
American Civil Rights Movement Resources
Key Terms for the Civil Rights Movement
Martin Luther King SNCC Sit-ins
Emitt Till Lynching Freedom Rides
Roy and Caroline Bryant KKK MIA
Jay Milam NAACP Bull Connor
Mamie Till Thourgood Marshall JFK
Oliver brown Integration LBJ
Segregation Medgar Evers Jail Letter
John Davis Separate but Equal Malcolm X
Plessy vs Ferguson Civil Rights Watts Riots
Legislative, Executive, Judiciary SCLC Civil Disobedience
Justice Vincent Earl Warren Ghettos
Monroe School Sumner School Vietnam
Governor Jim Crow CORE
Brown vs Board of Education Constitution Little Rock Central HS
Washington DC Rosa Parks Ernest Green
Emancipation Emancipation/Civil War Orval Faubus
Slavery Montgomery Bus Boycott George Wallace
Bill of Rights First Amendment Sherrif Jim Clark
Martin Luther King Jr Racism Civil Rights Act 1964
Edmund Pettus Bridge Selma Black Panthers
Describe the Event
Paragraph 1 Passchendaele was a major battle in WWI involving NZ soldiers. WWI was a conflict that started because.... And NZ was involved because.....
Paragraph 2 The battle of Passchendaele was decided upon to achieve certain military objectives.(explain reasons for the battle)
Paragraph 3 The battle began....
Discuss people involved, place names of the battle, conditions of battle, weapons involved, outcome.
People or groups affected by Passchendaele
Len Hart 2 paragraphs
Len Hart was a veteran of the battle of Passchendael.
Newlove family 2 paragraphs
The Newlove family was dramatically affected by the battle of Passchendaele
Significance of Passchendaele to NZ
The battle of Passchendaele was significant to New Zealand because...(and explain 3 or 4 effects on NZ)
All Short essay work be sure to include facts, place names, people names, units, people examples etc....
Tips for 91006 To achieve Excellence: Part A – Describe what happened in your chosen event How much? 2-3 Paragraphs What to write? The description should be clear and concise – aim to cover why they were there, what happened and how it ended in three good paragraphs. You MUST include supporting evidence (at least three identifiable pieces) e.g. dates (month as well as year) names of people (generals?), place names, numbers of casualties, historical examples Part B – Describe TWO people or groups affected by the event How much? 1-2 paragraphs for each but not more than the space given (Half page) What to write? Clearly identify the person and how they were affected. In your description you need to include at least two pieces of supporting evidence. Part C – Explain why this was of significance How much? Roughly two sides, but remain focussed in your writing and don’t head off the topic – quantity doesn’t always equal quality!! What to write? You should include TWO ways in which your event is of significance and have at least TWO pieces of supporting evidence for each point you write about
New Zealand Event Passch/Spring Boks Essay Advice
Description- In a page give a thorough description of the event. Be sure to stick mainly to the event itself. Background and Effects should not feature. Simply do a good step by step general account of the actual event. Be sure to use People and place names and facts and figures.
2 Groups or Individuals- A good account of their involvement with the event. Their opinion towards the event and how it may have changed. Include facts and figures as much as possible. Example: Len Hart witnessed untold suffering like the bunker full of dead soldiers he encountered. They will have been among the roughly 2700 NZ dead at the battle...
Significance and Effect- 1-2 Pages must outline 2-4 major effects of the event and additional minor effects. Be sure to include facts, figures, and people names and examples.
Springbok Tour Protests
Key Terms List
Exam Resource and Advice
Resource Interpretation Thoughts!
Resource Interpretation Thoughts!Be sure to give it a go!
For a good result budget at least 45 minutes to an hour.
* Make sure you are identifying the key ideas in each resource
* Make sure that you are identifying different perspectives and why people would have these views.
* Make sure to frequently refer back to evidence in the resources: facts, figures, quotes etc..