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Why did the Bolsheviks come to power in 1917?

[40 PowerPoint Slides and 25 page Work Booklet]

Russian Revolutions

GCSE History Content

The areas covered are:-

Russian Revolutions Interactive

Other materials

29 Word documents include:-

Bread queues march 1917

End of unit evaluation form Russian Revolutions

Homework tasks 1 and 2 [Differentiated]

Impact of the First World War diagram

Karl Marx

Lenin disguise

Lenin returns April 1917

Mark scheme

November Revolution 1917

Petrograd Soviet

Rasputin’s Death

Reasons for Bolshevik Success (1917)

Russia in the First World War figures

Russia in the First World War

Russian Revolutions  work booklet [Differentiated]

Russo-Japanese War 1904-1905

Stolypin’s agrarian reforms

Support for the Bolsheviks

The Provisional Government

The Russian Economy 1900

Treaty of Portsmouth 1905

Was Tsar Nicolas II a good ruler?

Writing frame

HTML Files

Self-Marking Tests 1 and 2

Russian Revolutions Interactive

Excite and challenge pupils with this interactive Power Point Presentation.  It can be used as a personalised independent learning module which enables pupils to cover GCSE content on the Russian Revolutions using the differentiated work booklet but can also be used as a revision resource or a teaching resource via a data projector or interactive whiteboard. It has been designed to give pupils the opportunity to learn and make progress in a different way.

The material is presented in an attractive and lively manner with text, images, audio, internet links, advanced materials to stretch and challenge, keywords and interactive maps in order to keep pupils challenged and engaged.

Each section has clear pupil-centred learning outcomes stating what they will learn and be able to do. They can monitor their understanding and progress through the embedded interim self-marking tests, homework tasks, end of module test and the extended writing task. There are sample answers and mark schemes.

Russian Revolutions Interactive

What is included?

40 PowerPoint Slides

25 page Work Booklet

29 supporting Word documents

2 Self-Marking Tests

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