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1. Objective (READ) SWBAT explain ethnic cleansing. 2. Question of the Day. (TURN OBJECTIVE INTO A QUESTION) 3. Warm-up (ANSWER) 1. Complete #1 on your Final Review Sheet. 2. Complete #2 on your Final Review Sheet.
Table of Contents DateTitleLesson # **RUSSIA (EURASIA) UNIT** 11/30Human-Environment Interaction 42 12/7Soviet Union – Social43 12/8Soviet Union – Economics44 12/14Balkans Review45 1. Draw a line underneath yesterday’s work. 2. Write the title “Balkans Review”
Conflict in the Balkans 1. Yugoslavia – there was a country called Yugoslavia that was extremely diverse. 2. Ethnic groups wanted control of their regions. - Leads to Balkanization – when a country breaks up into smaller countries that are mutually hostile.Balkanization COPY
Background All sides used to be controlled by a strong SERBIAN dictator when the country was Yugoslavia. The dictator died, Yugoslavia splits up, and the conflict begins. READ ONLY
Balkanization A. Definition the process of breaking up a region into small, mutually hostile units B. Examples (provide 1 in addition to mine) Groups fighting for independence after a country’s dictator dies. C. Sketch Frayer Model Directions: Complete the task described in each box for the word Balkanization.
Snipers would hide in the surrounding buildings and hotels and shoot Parliament members going to work. READ ONLY
Conflict in the Balkans 3. Serbs start murdering Bosnian Muslims and Albanians to gain control of the region. - Ethnic cleansing (genocide) = trying to eliminate an entire group of people. COPY
Conflict in the Balkans Ethnic Cleansing in Kosovo
Ethnic Cleansing in the Balkans The Serbian Army executes thousands of Bosnian Muslims READ ONLY
Ethnic Cleansing in the Balkans The massacre at Racak that killed hundreds of Bosnian Muslims. READ ONLY
Conflict in the Balkans 4. NATO comes in to stop the genocide. - NATO = North Atlantic Treaty Organization (US, Canada, Western Europe) COPY
A NATO soldier comes across the results of Serbia’s bombing of Muslim neighborhoods in Bosnia. READ ONLY
Conflict in the Balkans 4. NATO comes in to stop the genocide. - NATO = North Atlantic Treaty Organization (US, Canada, Western Europe) Clip Question: 1. How did NATO plan to address this problem?
Conflict in the Balkans 5. Refugees leave the war zone and migrate to safer places. Clip Question: 1. What are the negative effects of the NATO campaign. COPY
Directions: On your review page, create and complete the Frayer Model below. Ethnic Cleansing 2. Definition the policy of trying to eliminate an ethnic group by violence 3. How do people try to ethnic cleanse others? 4. Sketch
Conflict in the Balkans – Exit Ticket 1. Answer the Question of the Day in your notebook like usual. 2. Was the NATO intervention necessary? 3. How would you improve the negative effects of the NATO intervention?
Conflict in the Balkans Read this article: AtrocitiesAtrocities - Watch the clip that is embedded in the article. Using the article and the clip answer the questions below. Answer the following questions: 1. How is this evidence of ethnic cleansing? 2. Describe the atrocities. RECORD THE HEADLINE AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS
1. Who is fighting? - Serbs = Christian VS. Bosnians = Muslims - Many other ethnic groups are fighting too 2. Ethnic Groups people from similar cultural backgrounds
Conflict in the Balkans Read this article: US ResponseUS Response - Using the article to answer the questions below. Answer the following questions: 1. Using the map, give examples of ethnic cleansing. 2. How does the US respond to the situation? 3. How does Serbia react to the charges against them? ANSWER THE QUESTIONS