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2015 Academic A Indian Nationalism and Independence Lesson Plan Date and Number Your Papers: Thursday, March 26, 2015 Friday, March 27, 2015 Monday, April 6, 2015 Tuesday, April 7, 2015
Day One: Thursday, March 26, 2015 Quiet Question: Type Two Prompt---Using your British Rule of India Notes from the last lesson, you and your partner will complete the History Frame Organizer. History Frame Organizer Categories: Problem or Goal: What were the problems or issues created for India due to the British rule? Participants or Key Players: Who were the key groups that responded to the problems or issues and how? Where and When? What was the time period British rule of India ran from? What were the changes between the British East India Company and the Raj? Key Episodes or Events: What were the main events, laws, protests that took place? Resolution or Outcomes: By the end of British rule, what state was the relationship between the British and the Indian people? Theme or Lesson Learned---The So What: What lesson as students of history should we have learned after studying imperialism in Africa and now South Asia? Why?
Day One: Thursday, March 26, 2015 Class: As we learned in the Africa Unit, the actions of the imperial European powers eventually led to the development of nationalism and the demand for independence. With this lesson, we will be examining how this happened in India. Be sure to keep what we learned about decolonization in Africa and the struggle against Apartheid in mind as we do. This will help you to relate and understand the new content on a deeper level. Class: The teacher is going to begin the Nationalism and Independence PowerPoint Lecture. We will be using TWO different note-taking methods: Graphic Organizer and Interactive Notes. Not all the topics will be covered in the PowerPoint Lecture, for they will be covered in either the provided supplemental reading and/or the Gandhi documentary we will be watching in class. Slides 79-120 and 183-198 are not going to be done as part of the lecture. They are there for the Summative Assessment. Interactive Notes Method: You must highlight, star, and add information to the Right Side throughout the notes. You must complete the Lecture Activities within the PowerPoint on the Left Side throughout the notes. Add information from the reading to the Left Side to make sure the notes are complete.
Day One: Thursday, March 26, 2015 Homework: You will be reading and taking notes from the photocopied supplemental reading entitled “The Challenge of Ideas.” Be sure to read and take notes from the information in the inset boxes. This should be done in EITHER PINK, PURPLE, RED, ORANGE. Will be checked for points on Monday, April 6, 2015! Chunking: Night One: Thursday, March 26, 2015 Read and take notes from pages 1-4. Night Two: Friday, March 27, 2015 Finish reading and taking notes pages 5-9.
Day Two: Friday, March 27, 2015 Class: The teacher is going to continue the Nationalism and Independence PowerPoint Lecture. Homework: Finish the chunked reading. This will be checked for Class Participation Points the next class period. Work on Second Half of Study Guide!
Day Three: Monday, April 6, 2015 Class: The teacher is going to finish the Nationalism and Independence PowerPoint Lecture. Homework: The teacher is going to go over the Summative Assessment Mini- Q on Gandhi.
Day Three: Monday, April 6, 2015 Homework: Summative Assessment---You are going to be working with a Document- Based Question on Gandhi and his use of non-violent protest. Steps: Read the introduction reading entitled “What made Gandhi’s nonviolence work?” Answer each question for the four provided documents on the provided questions handout. This will be collected for a grade. Then under Bucketing, break down the four documents by the three main arguments they support about Gandhi and non-violent protest. Write down which document goes in each bucket and underneath write why. For the Thesis Development and Road Map, write out your thesis statement on the long horizontal line. On the diagonal lines, write out your three main arguments that support your thesis. Then complete the Mini-Q Essay Outline Guide provided using information from YOUR CLASS AND READING NOTES and the primary documents provided. ALL PARTS are due on.
Chunking Night One: Monday, April 6, 2015 This is the third day of the Indian Nationalism and Independence Lesson. Read the introduction reading and use Active Reading Strategies. Read Document A and answer the five corresponding questions on the provided Question Handout. Night Two: Tuesday, April 7, 2015 This is the fourth day of the Indian Nationalism and Independence Lesson. Read the two documents that make up Document B and answer the five corresponding questions on the provided Question Handout. Read Document C and answer the four corresponding questions on the provided Question Handout.
Chunking Night Three: ODD Block Day Wednesday, April 8, 2015 This is the first night of the Partition of Indian and Pakistan Lesson. Examine Document D and answer the six corresponding question on the provided Question Handout. Do the Bucketing and Road Map Activities provided. Night Four: EVEN Block Day Thursday, April 9, 2015 This is the second night of the Partition of India and Pakistan Lesson. Complete the provided Mini-Q Essay Outline. Night Five: Friday, April 10, 2015 This is the third night of the Partition of India and Pakistan Lesson. Go back and edit all your parts. Print up to turn in on Monday! Due the next class period: Monday, April 13, 2015.
Day Four: Tuesday, April 7, 2015 Class: We are going to watch the A and E Documentary on Gandhi on You Tube. You are to add to the Interactive Notes. It is entitled “Mahatma Gandhi: Pilgrim of Peace.” It has a running time of 44:05 minutes. Homework: Work on Mini-Q.