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2014 Partition of India and Pakistan Lesson Plan Date your papers: Friday, March 21, 2014 Monday, March 24, 2014 Tuesday, March 25, 2014 Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Day One: Friday, March 21, 2014 Quiet Question: Type Two Prompt---Ms. Barben is going to read aloud Gandhis Quit India Speech. As she does, you should be doing Active Reading strategies. Then with your partner, you will answer the following Reflection Questions. a)What is the main idea that Gandhi wants to get across in his speech? Provide three either direct quotes or references within the speech that support this main idea. b)How does Gandhi try to unify his audience with this speech? Referring to your notes from the last lesson, why would Gandhi make a point of doing this in the speech?
Day One: Friday, March 21, 2014 Class: We are now going to do a Photo Analysis Activity to introduce us to the Partition of India and Pakistan. Working with visual primary sources, like photographs, is a Social Studies Literacy Skill that all high school students are expected to master to be the Common Core Standards. To help you do this, I have provided you with a Photo Analysis Worksheet. Steps: 1.You will be assigned a letter from A through L. The letter corresponds with the historical photograph assigned to you. Find it in the class set packet. 2.Read the information within the box under the photograph. 3.Use the provided Guided Discussion Questions to help you analyze the photo. 4.Complete the Photo Analysis Worksheet.
Day One: Friday, March 21, 2014 Class: Students will present summaries of their assigned photographs. Based upon the different photos, what predications can we made about what happened when India and Pakistan were partition? Class: Ms. Barben is going to begin her Partition of India and Pakistan Powerpoint. You should take notes in the provided graphic organizer. In class today, we should cover the following topics: – British View of Independence – Begin Reasons for Partition Homework: Continue to work on your Hero and Wanted Posters for Gandhi. Due Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Day Two: Monday, March 24, 2014 Class: Ms. Barben is going to finish her Partition of India and Pakistan Powerpoint. You should finish your notes in the provided graphic organizer. In class today, we should cover the following topics: – Finish Reasons for Partition – Mountbatten – How Partition Was Handled – Violence – Long-Term Impact Homework: Finish your Gandhi Hero and Wanted Posters. They are due the next class period----Tuesday, March 25, 2014.
Days Three and Four: Tuesday, March 25 and Wednesday, March 26, 2014 Group Summative Assessment: Because the partition of India and Pakistan was handled so poorly and was so violent, there are several political cartoons on the event. I have included historical examples in my instructional powerpoint. You will refer to them and your graphic organizer notes to create your own political cartoon on the partition. Resources for Political Cartoon Summative Assessment: – Packet on Political Cartoon Strategies with Examples – Ms. Barbens Partition of India and Pakistan Powerpoint – Partition of India and Pakistan Photo Analysis Packet – Art Supplies – Oaktag – Computers – Internet
Days Three and Four: Tuesday, March 25 and Wednesday, March 26, 2014 Chunking of Political Cartoon: Day One Classwork and Homework: Tuesday, March Select what aspect of the partition you want to address. – Suggestions are: – British attitude towards the partition, Role of Mountbatten, – Reasons for partition, – How the partition was handled---Radcliffe – Or the violence. 2. Then select which political cartoon strategies your group wants to use. 3. Draw a rough sketch of the political cartoon. 4. Assign responsibilities to group members: – Sarcastic Caption and Historical Images – Assembling/Finishing the Drawing of the Political Cartoon – Writing the Paragraphs
Days Three and Four: Tuesday, March 25 and Wednesday, March 26, 2014 Day Two Classwork and Homework: Wednesday, March 26 1.Group members begin their parts. 2.Have the class period. 3.Whatever is not finished, must be finished for homework. Due the next class period….no time to assemble.
Partition Political Cartoon The student created a political cartoon from the chosen historical viewpoint and on ONE of the historical topics. – The cartoon contained strong historical content to support viewpoint. – Worth 15 Points. The student had a caption. – Either a few words summing up the point of the cartoon, – A title for the cartoon, – Or a snappy punch-line that drills home the point of the cartoon. Worth 10 Points. The student used historical images. – From Ms. Barbens Powerpoints on the Partition of India and Pakistan – Or images from the Photo Analysis Activity we did that is uploaded on her teacher page that support the message of the political cartoon. – Worth 10 Points.
Partition Political Cartoon The student chose and used appropriately a MINIMUM of TWO DIFFERENT political cartoon strategies from the list below: Worth 20 Points. Exaggeration and/or Distortion Caricatures Stereotyping Symbolism YOU ARE ALREADY USING HISTORICAL IMAGES AS 4., SO IT DOES NOT COUNT AS THE MINIMUM OF TWO DIFFERENT STRATEGIES. Labeling Analogies Literary References Metaphors Satire Humor Parody Irony Sarcasm
Partition Political Cartoon The student wrote a MINIMUM of THREE WELL-DEVELOPED PARAGRAPHS on the following: – Remember a well-developed paragraph consists of a minimum of six strong sentences. – A strong sentence should either identify and define, provide examples and explain, or examine historical relationships, connections, with analysis. – Worth 45 Points. Paragraph One: – The student explained the chosen historical viewpoint and why he chose to do the political cartoon from that perspective. – The student explained the choice for the caption and how it represents the historical viewpoint. – The student explained the choice of historical images and how it represents the historical viewpoint. Paragraph Two: – The student identified, defined, and explained how the first political cartoon strategy was used in the political cartoon. – Be sure to explain why you chose this strategy over the others. Paragraph Three: – The student identified, defined, and explained how the second political cartoon strategy was used in the political cartoon. – Be sure to explain why you chose this strategy over the others The assigned was done on computer paper and in color. The writing was typed, spell- checked, grammar-checked, and edit for capitalization errors. Worth 10 Points.
Partition of India and Pakistan Examples of Political Cartoons