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7th grade - Is absolute power possible?
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7th grade - Is absolute power possible?


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Grade Level Grades 6-8
Resource Type Lesson Plan

About This Lesson

Half a term’s planning with resources. My 7th grade are investigating the theme of ‘power and protest’ this year (6th grade is ‘lives of ordinary people’ and 8th grade is ‘conflict and resolution’ - these are the themes i have chosen in line with the new 6th-8th grade national program of study). This is the introductory module; so far my students are loving it. its not content heavy; as it allows for much discussion in class and pursuing the ‘do less; more effectively’ concept with my planning this year!




Lesson Plan
February 8, 2020
505.5 KB
2 Reviews
SML Member
July 04, 2016
SML Member
January 30, 2016
I am sorry to tell you but there is a mistake. Peron ruled three times, two in a row and a third one nearly 20 years later. Since you are working with absolute power I think you a referring to the first two periods (1946-1955) (and you could start in 1943). Please, correct this mistake because the 1973 period lasted until the following year and he could not exercise any type of absolute power worth of discussion.
SML Member
August 28, 2010
Very complete!
A simple and quite complete plan with resources. I think the topic you chose is complex but you were able to build a wonderful plan, suitable for your students. Thank you for sharing and let us use it in our lessons!
SML Member
June 26, 2010