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The Failure of Operation Barbarossa

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#1 Lauren Conway

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Posted 25 April 2011 - 02:18 PM

I am currently a PGCE student teacher and lately I am finding it hard to come up with fresh ideas for lessons.
One lesson that is particularly troubling me is 'the failure of operation barbarossa'. It's clearly a causation lesson but I have no idea how to go about teaching it!
Does anyone have any ideas?
I would greatly appreciate it!

#2 JohnDClare


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Posted 25 April 2011 - 11:20 PM

Firstly, sorry for moving the topic - this is the section where you can properly ask for help and advice about any aspect of your course.

Before we all start rushing in to answer you, can you supply a few more details.
To whom are you delivering the topic? How old are they, how able?
What is the syllabus - what is the general aim of the unit/lesson?

When you are clear about what you want to convey, often the vehicle/lesson becomes more obvious.

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