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Year 11

Curriculum Area: Humanities: History

Examination Specification: OCR SHP

Overview of Course Content

During Year 11 students will be studying the following:

  • The Weimar Republic and Nazi Germany
  • Source Paper: Crime & Protest in the Nineteenth Century

Learning will be assessed by:

  • Written  paper: Crime & Punishment Weimar & Nazi Germany. 2 hours (81 marks) 45%
  • Written paper: Source Investigation: Crime & Protest in the Nineteenth Century. 1 hour & 30 mins. (53 marks) 30%
  • Controlled Assessment: 8 hours of controlled conditions. Will be completed early in Tear 11. (50 marks)

Half Term

Area

Assessment

Autumn 1:

 

Weimar & Nazi Germany

End of WW1, Treaty of Versailles, Rise of Nazism, Economic & political problems of Weimar Republic, Success of Weimar Republic, Munich Putsch, Rebirth of Nazism

Exam questions and knowledge tests through unit

Autumn 2:

Weimar & Nazi Germany

Hitler coming to power, Hitler consolidating power, opposition to Nazism, Life in Nazi Germany: young people, women, church, workers, Jews & the Holocaust

Exam questions and knowledge tests through unit

Mock exam

Spring 1:

Crime & Protest in the Nineteenth Century

Tolpuddle Martyrs, Luddites, Peterloo Massacre, Rebecca Rioters, Matchgirls Strike, Suffragettes & Suffragists

Exam questions  and knowledge tests through unit

Spring 2:

Revision of Crime & Punishment

Revision

Summer 1

Revision of Nazi Germany

Revision

Summer 2