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Propaganda and WWI recruitment

Overall rating 4 out of 54.3 (6 ratings)

Last updated 03 March 2014, created 04 November 2011, viewed 5,438

A follow on lesson - from the contextual one on Private Peaceful (also found here on tes) - looks at propaganda and persuasive techniques. Students get to vote if they would have fought in WWI or be a conscientious objector. Don't forget your sugar jar and 3 bags of sugar!

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  • Word documentLesson plan
    WWI propaganda persuasive features lesson - lesson 2.doc (52kb, Word document)
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  • Word documentActivity
    A3 whos for the game.doc (24kb, Word document)
  • Word documentCards and flashcards
    vote cards propaganda.doc (106kb, Word document)
  • Powerpoint documentActivity
    WWI propaganda and recruitment lesson 2.ppt (1mb, Powerpoint document)
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Thanks for sharing this. I was able to use some of this for my KS2 WW1 project.

from sjlaver123, 03 March 2014
(report comment) 4 out of 5

Thank you. Look forward to using this, and grateful for the readily gathered material

from Wright.R, 24 January 2014
(report comment) 4 out of 5

Thank you so much. We are having an Ofsted soon and I will be using lots of the ideas here. A thoughtful and imaginative way of delivering WW1 propaganda and recruitment tactics. Lesson plan was easy to follow too.

from slade_julie, 16 September 2013
(report comment) 5 out of 5

What a wonderful resource - one satisfied GTP student here thanks so much x

from conradsavage, 20 March 2013
(report comment) 5 out of 5

Great thanks. Have used it to improve an existing lesson I had. Thanks!

from parteli, 09 September 2012
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