Presentation on theme: "2014 Apartheid in South Africa Lesson Plan Date your papers: Friday, January 17, 2014 Wednesday, January 22, 2014---SNOW DAY Thursday, January 23, 2014."— Presentation transcript:
2014 Apartheid in South Africa Lesson Plan Date your papers: Friday, January 17, 2014 Wednesday, January 22, 2014---SNOW DAY Thursday, January 23, 2014 Friday, January 24, 2014---Now Regular Periods Monday, January 27, 2014---Now Shortened Periods Thursday, January 30, 2014 Friday, January 31, 2014
Changes to Due Dates due to Snow Day Apartheid Reading Notes will be checked on Monday, February 3, 2014 for points. Imperialism Editorial Summative Assessment now due on Friday, January 31, 2014!
Midterm Short Answer Question Examine a MINIMUM OF THREE DIFFERENT EXAMPLES OF NEGATIVE EFFECTS/IMPACT of the Europeans on the history and development of Africa. – Imperialism Effects can only be used once – Negatives---General Explanation/Descriptions: 5Ws, How, Impact – Supportive Specific Historical Evidence: Examples, Statistics, Quotes, …
Midterm Rooms for History Wednesday, January 29, 2014 Second Midterm---Runs till 11:30AM Period OneRoom 131 Berryman Period FourRoom 127Spicer Period Five Room 123Catalano Period SixRoom 121McCloskey Period SevenRoom 115Ehrenzeller
Please Note: Changes in Lesson Plan Due to pacing issues, some parts of this lesson plan have been cut. What is in RED is what has been cut. Be sure to cross this out in the provided lesson plan to avoid confusion. Thanks.
Day One: Friday, January 17, 2014 Quiet Question---Type Two Prompt---Working with your partner, read the primary source excerpt from a Nelson Mandela speech made at his trial in 1964, and answer the following Reflection Questions. Reflection Questions: a)How does Nelson Mandela define democracy? Explain. And how badly does he want this for his country? b)How does Nelson Mandela’s definition of democracy fit in within the context of African Nationalism, Pan-Africanism, and the independence leaders and movements we studied in the last lesson? Explain and give at LEAST THREE DIFFERENT EXAMPLES.
Day One: Friday, January 17, 2014 Class: Have class share their responses. Use to transition into Apartheid. We are going to watch two film clips from United Streaming. As we do, take notes in the provided 5 Ws and How graphic organizer. – “How did apartheid begin?”---runs 2 minutes – “Apartheid takes hold”---runs 6 minutes and 10 seconds Class: Ms. Barben is going to begin her Defining Apartheid Powerpoint Lecture, and you are to take notes in the provided detailed graphic organizer. – Class notes should be done in Pencil, Black or Blue Pen. – Homework Reading notes should be done in Purple, Red, or Pink Pen.
Day One: Friday, January 17, 2014 Homework: You are going to read the provided supplemental reading on Apartheid Take additional notes in the provided graphic organizer in either Purple, Red, or Pink Pen. Chunking: Night One: Friday, January 17---Read and take notes from pages 1-5 stopping at “The Institutionalization of Apartheid” – Taking a break from reading to focus on finishing up Imperialism Editorial and Preparing for Midterms Night Two: Wednesday, January 29---Read and take notes from pages 5-7 Night Three: Thursday, January 30-Read and take notes from pages 8-11
Day Two: Thursday, January 23, 2014 Class: Ms. Barben is going to continue her Defining Apartheid Powerpoint Lecture. – You are to continue taking notes in the provided graphic organizer in Pencil, Black or Blue Pen. Homework: Work on Imperialism Editorial due on January 31 and Work on Africa Unit Study Guide for midterm.
Day Three: Friday, January 24, 2014 Class: Ms. Barben is going to finish her Defining Apartheid Powerpoint Lecture. – You are to continue taking notes in the provided graphic organizer in Pencil, Black or Blue Pen. Individual: You have the rest of the class period to do the reading and note-taking from the supplemental on Apartheid to fill in the gaps in the graphic organizer. – Remember to do in RED, PINK, or PURPLE PEN! Homework: Study for midterm and work on Imperialism Editorial.
Day Four: Monday, January 27, 2014--- Shortened Periods Pairs: For the rest of the history on Apartheid, the aspects will be jigsawed and assigned to different pairs. – You need to add to your initial reading notes. DO IN A DIFFERENT COLOR TO DISTINGUISH FROM EARLIER NOTES!----YOUR CHOICE OF COLOR! – You will then be presenting and teaching the material to the class. – This is for class participation points. Apartheid Topics for Pairs from Class Set of Powerpoint Slides 1)Nelson Mandela---pages 2-4, 7 2)MK-Spear of the Nation---Militant Approach to Protest---pages 4-6 3)Sharpeville Protest/Massacre---pages 8-11 4)Soweto Uprising---pages 11-14 5)Black Consciousness Movement and Steven Biko---pages 15-20 6)UDF and Protests in 1980s---pages 21-23 7)International Responses to Apartheid---pages 23- 27 8)End of Apartheid---pages 28-33 9)South Africa after Apartheid---pages 34-40
Day Four: Monday, January 27, 2014 Homework: Continue your reading and note- taking, work on Imperialism Editorial, and Africa Unit Study Guide
Day Five: Thursday, January 30, 2014 Class: Pairs will present to their class their assigned aspect of Apartheid, and the class will take notes. Homework: Continue reading and note-taking---- realize that not all the content you need to know will be covered completely by Ms. Barben’s Powerpoint Lecture. If you do not do the reading and note-taking, you will be missing information you are responsible for!
CUT: Homework: Summative Assessment---The system of Apartheid was allowed to exist for most of the 20 th century despite the evidence that it clearly violated the principles and beliefs of the United Nations and the Declaration of Human Rights. Most major nations did not turn against Apartheid until the 1980s. Task: You are a lawyer working for the ANC. You have worked with Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu. You have been assigned the task of identifying multiple examples of how Apartheid clearly violates international law and the Declaration of Human Rights. This will be presented to the United Nations in hopes that there will be an international condemnation of the South African government and to put pressure on them to end Apartheid. Directions: Using the “Handout: Apartheid in Practice” reading and your graphic organizer notes, examine how the system of Apartheid clearly violated the United Nation’s Declaration of Human Rights. You need to have a minimum of ONE DIFFERENT EXAMPLE for each article. You need to explain how the examples relate to each article. You can ONLY USE AN EXAMPLE ONCE. So you must decide which example works best for each article. Chunking: Night One: ---Do first 6 articles. Night Two:---Do next 6 articles. Night Three:---Do remaining articles. Edit work.
Day Six: Friday, January 31, 2014 Class: We are going to watch the documentary on Nelson Mandela and as we do, add to your notes. Homework: Ms. Barben is going to check your Apartheid Reading Notes on Monday.