A solid understanding of the Berlin Blockade will allow students to build their learning of other topics surrounding the end of WW2.
In this class, students will understand why Stalin decided to blockade West Berlin - not allowing entry or exit. They will also discuss why this led to an airlift to fly in supplies. This is an important topic in post-WW2 Germany and hence vital to get a good comprehensive understanding of how and why this occurred.
This is a great lesson for students studying this topic already in schools, as consolidation of learning, but also for those who have not yet covered the topic, allowing them to get ahead and show teachers their understanding and knowledge in order to achieve their full potential.
If you found this class useful why not explore some of our other History Curriculum Guidance classes.
Safeguarding reminder: We know that the safety of your child is of the utmost importance. This is why we use Zoom's Webinar feature to provide our live classes, where by default, your child's webcam and microphone are disabled.
This class is suitable for students In Years 10 and 11, or any student studying WW2.
You will need a laptop or device with internet connection to watch the class, as well as a pen and notepad for taking notes.