From Lenin to Yeltsin Unit 2: All units will be assessed by three paper-based examinations and coursework. A more detailed breakdown of the assessment details is provided below:
South Africa South Africa Introduction A matching exercise giving key terms and their definitions South Africa in the s A series of worksheets covering the land, housing and job situation in South Africa in the s South Africa in the s A series of worksheets looking at the impact of WW2 in South Africa as well as the Atlantic Charter and 'African Claims', also includes differentiated sheets for lower ability students s and s living timeline This is an activity that gives pupils an overview of life in South Africa in the s and s.
Then they have to decide if the card was positive above the line or negative below the line. Then introduce some linking themes - White supremacy and Legal discrimination in the s and Impact of WW2 and civil rights in the s and ask them to group cards together under those themes.
Small scale living timeline A miniature version of the above that pupils can use on their desks to help them fill in the planning grids below Planning grid Students can use this grid to plan an essay about life in the s and s South Africa on thinkinghistory.At UWA, English is the language of instruction and assessment.
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