Quiz, Pan-Africanism, & Apartheid, 2/4 – 2/8

Monday:  What are we going to learn?  The connections between colonialism and nationalist movements in Africa  What are we going to do?  Take the Colonialism and Nationalism Quiz  How will I be assessed? Today’s Quiz is a formative assessment grade

Tuesday: What are we going to learn?  The motivations behind the Pan-African movement (both continental and diasporic) and the effects of the movement  What are we going to do?  Read about the Pan-African movement and create a Circle and Multi-Flow Map Pan-Africanism Reading How will I be assessed?  Upcoming test (February 13th)

Wednesday:  What are we going to learn?  The motivations behind the Pan-African movement (both continental and diasporic)  What are we going to do?  Analyze a song by Bob Marley and discuss its connection to the Pan-African movement Pan-Africa Lyric Analysis  How will I be assessed?  Upcoming test (February 13th)  HW = finish Apartheid Background Questions + poem/speech (talking about a Pan-African goal – continental or diasporic)

Thursday: What am I going to learn?  How people lived in South Africa during Apartheid  What am I going to do?  Work in our Apartheid booklets to create Thinking Maps using Apartheid Images-1c7oh5m  How will I be assessed? Upcoming test (February 13th)

Friday: What am I going to learn?  About some key people and events in the fight to end Apartheid  What am I going to do? Apartheid Stations  How will I be assessed?  Stations are a classwork grade and Upcoming test (February 13th)

HOMEWORK –

Completed Apartheid Booklet due Monday!  Here are the Summary (pages 9-13) requirements.  I will use these as a checklist when I am grading; please follow them closely!

Summary:

  • What happened leading up to Apartheid?  (Include European colonialism, when it ended – 1910 – and who was left in charge…)
  • Define Apartheid.  When did it start?
  • Include information about all important people
  • Include important dates
  • Tell the story of Apartheid:  What was it like to live at the time?  What who’s point of view (consider both)?
  • Use specific information from your booklet to support your claims.
  • What was the journey of Nelson Mandela?  F.W. deKlerk?
  • How did Apartheid end?
  • What lessons can be learned from the struggle of Apartheid?