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1 Please Turn in your Mexico questions (pg. 70A) find a partner to work with and sit with them. Please do not talk at this timeDec 10 HW: Pg. 73- Chapter 18.4, Notes ANY WAY you want! Due Friday. It’s a LONG section. Middle East Map assignment due Block Day Please get a Middle East Map Pg. 72A/B This is a map of the modern Middle East. Use your atlas and the internet to answer these questions. Due Block Day.

2 Last day to turn in work from assignment 42 on is Dec. 16 th. I will accept Cornell Notes, Writing Assignments, The India/Africa and China re-tests and Critical Thinking Assignment. China In Class Essay Writing Retest is 7 th Period on Thursday. Speak to me to get your name on the list to do this retest. Study Guide for the CWI Final is On Line. Download your own copy or if you need me to print one for you, let me know. The final is Multiple Choice and covers the whole year. Announcements

3 What to Bring to the Final: A pencil An eraser Your brain Water/coffee/tea YOUR BOOK!

4 On Pg 71A (one for each of you): –What are some main causes of conflicts between groups of people. Make a list: Title: Conflict in the Middle East

5 In the early 20 th century, European powers took over the lands of the Middle East that had once been ruled by the mighty Ottoman Empire. The Ottoman Empire had ruled this land for hundreds of years with a peaceful multicultural society, but the Ottomans were not industrialized. Europeans believed, like many Americans today, that they could do a better job of organizing the Middle East than the Ottomans had. They set about a plan of Nation Building to create new nations out of the religious and ethnic groups in the area. One area in particular- known as Israel or Palestine is the one we will look at together more closely.

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9 Reading on the main Issues of the Arab/Israeli Conflict As we read, list the main issues on pg. 71A of your notebook. Define each issue as we go. You already have your own ideas about what goes in this list on your paper from earlier.

10 Please do not talk at this timeDec 10/11 HW: Chapter 18.4 Notes due Friday. Please get your Map checked off by putting it on the corner of your desk.

11 Last day to turn in work from assignment 42 on is Dec. 16 th. I will accept Cornell Notes, Writing Assignments, The India/Africa and China re-tests and Critical Thinking Assignment. China In Class Essay Writing Retest is 7 th Period on Thursday. Speak to me to get your name on the list to do this retest. Study Guide for the CWI Final is On Line. Download your own copy or if you need me to print one for you, let me know. The final is Multiple Choice and covers the whole year. Announcements

12 What to Bring to the Final: A pencil An eraser Your brain Water/coffee/tea YOUR BOOK!

13 Chapter 18, Sec. 4 is on the creation of the Nation of Israel. This is one of the countries (like Lebanon and Syria) that Europeans created out of the territories in the Middle East they claimed during Imperialism. However, the creation of Israel caused a huge conflict in the Middle East for many complex reasons that we will try to untangle. This conflict is so intense, it is still going on today even though many countries have tried to get involved to solve it. It is known as the Arab/Israeli Conflict or the Palestinian Apartheid depending on who you talk to. Those names alone show how charged this issue is.

14 Please get Pg. 74A Arab/Israeli Conflict Documentary- Watch the Video: Blood and Tears: The Arab Israeli Conflict As you watch the video, fill in information to your chart on the different points of view for the three sides and the 4 issues. Pg 74A

15 Persons from the Video Point of View on the Arab Israeli Conflict Moderate Palestinians Doctor, Negotiators, College students, Legislators, Film maker, etc Extreme Palestinians Hamas leader, Religious Leaders, Palestinian Legislator, etc Moderate Israelis Soldier, mothers who lost children, Civil Rights lawyer, Students, Government Advisors, etc Extreme Israelis Settler, Journalist Others Scholars, Historians, Ambassadors, etc

16 Persons from the VideoPoint of View on the Arab Israeli Conflict Moderate Palestinians Doctor, Negotiators, College students, Legislators, Film maker, etc Extreme Palestinians Hamas leader, Religious Leaders, Palestinian Legislator, etc Moderate Israelis Soldier, mothers who lost children, Civil Rights lawyer, Students, Government Advisors, etc Extreme Israelis Settler, Journalist Others Scholars, Historians, Ambassadors, etc Please set up page 74A like this

17 Create this chart on Pg. 74B Arab/Israeli Conflict Point of View Israeli ConcernsPalestinian Concerns Foreign Concerns Territory- who should get what land? Violence- how should violence (military and terrorist) be handled? Refugees- what should happen to them? Settlements- what should happen to these?

18 Pg. 74B Arab/Israeli Conflict Point of View Israeli ConcernsPalestinian ConcernsForeign Concerns Territory- who should get what land? Violence- how should violence (military and terrorist) be handled? Refugees- what should happen to them? Settlements - what should happen to these?

19 Please do not talk at this timeDec 13 HW: Finish Work from today. Study for Final. Make up work due Dec. 16. Please get your Chapter 18.4 Notes Then get out all your Arab/Israeli Conflict papers.

20 Last day to turn in work from assignment 42 on is Dec. 16 th. I will accept Cornell Notes, Writing Assignments, The India/Africa and China re-tests and Critical Thinking Assignment. China In Class Essay Writing Retest is 7 th Period on Thursday. Speak to me to get your name on the list to do this retest. Study Guide for the CWI Final is On Line. Download your own copy or if you need me to print one for you, let me know. The final is Multiple Choice and covers the whole year. Announcements

21 What to Bring to the Final: A pencil An eraser Your brain Water/coffee/tea YOUR BOOK!

22 Please get a POV handout. Now find the people who have the same color paper that you have.

23 Go through the papers you have… Look at your POV paper and read it to find out about your group. Include information from your role card and Role Card readings, add that POV to your chart as well.

24 Please get into groups with the people who have the same role you do. Jordan Egypt Syria Palestinian Refugee Hamas Leader Israeli Settler Peace Activist Double check your chart info with this group. Discuss especially what your Role believes about the 4 main issues.

25 Prep your intro For your role card: –What are the greatest obstacles to peace for this person? –What is this person’s biggest concern? –Has this person had a Defining Moment and if so what was it? (a defining moment is when someone experiences something that significantly changes or solidifies their world view on a particular subject.) –How has this person’s life or experience affected their view of the Arab/Israeli Conflict? –Choose a team speaker to represent your role card POV to start the debate on Monday

26 Please do not talk at this timeDec 16 HW: Final Test Review on Tuesday Please get out your papers from last time on the Arab Israeli Conflict Get papers for your POV person from the front of the room and sit with your team.

27 Introductions Pick one person from your group to speak. Give a brief introduction to the class about your group. Say who you are and what you want out of this conference.

28 Proposal 1 Take two minutes to look at Proposal 1 on the solution to the Refugee Problem. As a group Decide how your character feels about this proposal and why. Pick a NEW person to share. You will speak for 1 minute on your point of view.

29 11. Resolves that the refugees wishing to return to their homes and live at peace with their neighbors should be permitted to do so at the earliest practicable date, and that compensation should be paid for the property of those choosing not to return and for loss of or damage to property which, under principles of international law or in equity, should be made good by the Governments or authorities responsible;

30 Present POV on Proposal 1

31 Reflection Take two minutes to reflect on what you have heard. Add new information to your chart that you might not have had.

32 Proposal 2 Take two minutes to look at Proposal 2 on the creation of a separate Palestine. Decide how your Role feels about this proposal and why. Pick a NEW person to share. You will speak for 1 minute on your point of view.

33 I- Full Israeli withdrawal from all the territories occupied since 1967, including the Syrian Golan Heights, to the June 4, 1967 lines as well as the remaining occupied Lebanese territories in the south of Lebanon. III- The acceptance of the establishment of a sovereign independent Palestinian state on the Palestinian territories occupied since June 4, 1967 in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, with East Jerusalem as its capital.

34 Present POV on Proposal 2

35 Reflection Take two minutes to reflect on what you have heard. Add new information to your chart that you might not have had.

36 Proposal 3 Take two minutes to look at Proposal 3 on Ending Hostilities, Recognizing Israel and opening Full Diplomatic Relations with all Arab Countries. Decide how your Role feels about this proposal and why. Pick a NEW person to share. You will speak for 1 minute on your point of view.

37 I- Consider the Arab-Israeli conflict ended, and enter into a peace agreement with Israel, and provide security for all the states of the region. II- Establish normal relations with Israel in the context of this comprehensive peace.

38 Present POV on Proposal 3

39 Reflection Take two minutes to reflect on what you have heard. Add new information to your chart that you might not have had.

40 Final Reflection- pg. 75A What is your sense about how complicated this conflict is now that you have heard several different perspectives? How did your personal opinion change based on what you heard today? Now turn Pg in!

41 Please do not talk at this timeDec 17 HW: Study for your Final! Pass back papers and get out your Study Guide…. Sit wherever you want!

42 Any questions you need answered? Start by talking to the people around you. Do they have info you don’t have? Do you have info you can share with them?

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44 Conflict in the Middle East Pg 71A Middle East Map Pg. 72A/B Pg. 73- Chapter 18.4, Notes any style Documentary Blood and Tears- Pg 74A Pg. 74B Arab/Israeli Conflict Point of View Final Reflection- pg. 75A

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