WALT: What was life like for women in Nazi Germany? WILFs: Can describe Nazi attitides towards women and their role in society (C)..... Can explain how Nazi laws and policies affected the lives of women in Nazi Germany (B).... Can evaluate in a balanced way what life was like for women in nazi germany (A)
Lesson 1 Development
1. Starter - Study the Starter sheet and answer the question at the bottom of the page 2. Stand and Share 3. Watch clip 1 and take notes on Nazi policy towards women 4. Mini plenary - promenade - how did life change for women in Nazi germany? 5. Worksheet - focussing on laws and policies 6. Plenary - Paraphrase passport today's WALT question in circles of no more than 7
Lesson 2 Development This lesson is Computer based - you must work with a partner and must use the 4 B's 1. Starter:Promenade the question - what was it like to be a woman in nazi germany then Stand and Share
2. Pair Up then Rally Coach the Fill in the blanks exercise and paste your completed work into a Word documents. print 2 copies - one each for your notes 3. With the same pair open the Worksheet and work through the questions and tasks putting your answers in your Word document and save it - no hogs no logs! 4. Open the PowerPoint to edit. Save a copy in your area. Read through the Powerpoint and edit it where you are instructed to. Save it as a revision resource. Now Read and take notes from PPT 2 and watch the clips at the top of the page
5. In a new pair, using all you work on Women in Nazi Germany open Mrs the Interactive diagram and create a revision summary using Rally Coach
7. Plenary: Pair Share a) What was the Nazi view of the role of women in society? b) How did life change for women in nazi Germany? c)Would you have liked to have been a woman in Nazi Germany? d) How successful were Nazi policies towards women?
Find the Fiction - women in Nazi Germany
Introduction The Nazis were very patriarchical and anti-feminist.Nazi ideology idealised the role of women as child-bearer and creator of the family: The role of women as child bearers was of central importance in the Nazi aims for the purification of the Aryan race. Nazi Policies 1.The Law for the Encouragement of Marriage gave newly-wed couples a loan of 1000 marks, and allowed them to keep 250 marks for each child they had. 2. Mothers who had more than 8 children were given a gold medal.
But not all women were happy with the Nazi regime: 1. Job-discrimination against women was encouraged.Women doctors, teachers and civil servants were forced to give up their careers. 2. Women were never allowed to serve in the armed forces - even during the war.