To what extend was the rise to the power of Nazi Party caused by crash of the stock market?.
To what extend was the rise to the power of Nazi Party caused by crash of the stock market? This is the same criteria as IB history Internal Assessment part 2/section 2/part b
To what extend was the rise to the power of Nazi Party caused by crash of the stock market?
This is the same criteria as IB history Internal Assessment part 2/section 2/part b
Please look only part b of the example attached
Checklist for a successful Section 2, based on the assessment criteria:
Firstly, writing is CLEAR (language must be tight)and COHERENT (well-reasoned)
Secondly, you have used LOGICAL, TIGHT structure that advances the investigation toward your conclusion
Thirdly, you have conducted ON-GOING CRITICAL ANALYSIS of the topic (investigation) and your sources
Fourthly, the investigation (essay) is FOCUSED on the RESEARCH QUESTION (not a wandering undisciplined discussion)
Evidence from a RANGE of sources has been USED [this requires more than name dropping, or the insertion of convenient quotes, you need to CRITICALLY ANALYSE all sources, demonstrating HOW they support the argument you are making.]
You have included varying PERSPECTIVES – ie. different schools of historical thought, different time periods/contexts.
Your essay has built toward a reasoned and well-argued, well-evidenced CONCLUSION.
In a previous lesson, students explored the politics, culture, economics, and social trends in Germany during the years of the Weimar Republic (1919 to 1933), and they analyzed the strength of democracy in Germany during those years. In this lesson, students will continue the unit’s historical case study by reexamining politics in the Weimar Republic and tracing the development of the National Socialist German Workers’ (Nazi) Party throughout the 1920s and early 1930s.
Students will review events that they learned about in the previous lesson and see how the popularity of the Nazis changed during times of stability and times of crisis. They will also analyze the Nazi Party platform and, in an extension about the 1932 election, compare it to the platforms of the Social Democratic and Communist Parties. By tracing the progression of the Nazis from an unpopular fringe group to the most powerful political party in Germany, students will extend and deepen their thinking from the previous lesson about the choices that individuals can make to strengthen democracy and those that can weaken it.
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