1. Intro to the new Unit, new notebook sheets, vocab 2. What do you already know, what do you want to know notebook sheet 3. Watch video the UN 4. Watch fun video on crazy UN moments 5. If any time remains, click on the hyperlinked photo to the left and discuss as a group
Essential Question 1: In what ways did religious differences help create new nations?
1. General Review of World Religions: Watch video, then complete the worksheet in small group setting 2. The Creation of Israel: Watch the video on Israel in today's world, read the website and complete the worksheet 3. The Independence of India: Read this website, then watch the video, then create a graphic organizer of your choice or use the following: GO 1, GO 2, GO 3 4. The Creation of Pakistan: Watch the video and then 5. If any time remains click on the hyperlinked photo to the left and review
Essential Question 2: In what ways did personal finance lead to the independence of India?
1. Gandhi's homespun protests: read website, click on photo, Create a political cartoon. 2. How did Gandhi use economic protests to help gain independence for India? SAS # 937 and worksheet 3. Gandhi's Salt March Protests: 4. If any time remains, explore the hyperlinked website to the left in small group setting
Essential Question 3: What were the demographic trends that came out of the creation of Israel and the independence of India?
1. Israel and India: examine the similarities and differences between their fight for independence 2. The Zionist Movement: Watch the video and then create an acrostic poem 3. The Muslim League: Read from the website and then annotate the article 4. The Indian National Congress: 5. If any time remains click on the hyperlinked photo to the left and explore
Essential Question 4: How did the emergence of new nations create or interrupt peace and prosperity for the people living in these areas - Africa?
1. Apartheid: 2. Nelson Mandela: 3. Kony's Invisible Children: Watch the video and then 4. Blood Diamonds: Watch the video and then 5. If any time is remaining visit the hyperlinked photo to the left and explore together in small group