Germany 1918-1939: Using Sources Before

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GERMANY 1918-1939
TEACHERS’ NOTES
Germany 1918-1939: Using Sources
Before your visit
o Make sure that members of staff have a map of the site and the staff notes
(below). They must know the time and location of their teaching session.
o Have a look at our Home Front museum trail to find out more about IWM
Duxford’s Second World War collections. You can print and copy it for the
students to use, or just use it as a source of ideas to structure your visit.
o Remember to bring payment and your entry ticket with you on the day.
Your session
The session will last for an hour and a half and will be based on an enquiry
question of your choice – please contact Alison Giles on [email protected] or
01223 497206 to discuss your question. The introduction will look at how to use a
range of sources and the difference between describing, explaining and analysing a
source. There will then be time for students to work with a wide range of sources,
including photographs, letters, propaganda posters, legal documents, artefacts and
interviews. The focus of the workshop will be on linking sources closely to the
question.
Learning Objectives
o Having the opportunity to study history from a variety of perspectives,
including political, social, economic and cultural
o Working with a wide range of sources from the period, including written and
visual sources, artefacts, film, photographs and oral accounts
o Learning how to interpret sources and to consider the intent of the creator of
a source
o Increasing students’ understanding of how to select and use sources for
themselves
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Germany 1918-1939: Staff notes
Your visit
Check that you have a map of the site and know the times of your booked activity
and lunch.
USING
Location: Learning Space 1
SOURCES
AirSpace Hangar. Go through the doors and turn right after the Polaris
Time:
nuclear missile.
Follow the path with the dots, at the end go left.
You will see toilets, then the doors to the Eating Space (leave coats
and bags there) and then the doors for Learning Space 1.
A member of museum staff will meet you at the door to Learning
Space 1 at your session time.
Lunch
Location: Eating Space (or outside if the weather is nice).
Time:
Your session
The session will last for an hour and a half and will be based on an enquiry
question chosen by your school. The introduction will look at how to use a range of
sources and the difference between describing, explaining and analysing a source.
There will then be time for students to work with a wide range of sources, including
photographs, letters, propaganda posters, legal documents, artefacts and
interviews. The focus of the workshop will be on linking sources closely to the
question.
Learning Objectives
o Having the opportunity to study history from a variety of perspectives,
including political, social, economic and cultural
o Working with a wide range of sources from the period, including written and
visual sources, artefacts, film, photographs and oral accounts
o Learning how to interpret sources and to consider the intent of the creator of
a source
o Increasing students’ understanding of how to select and use sources for
themselves
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