1112_L11_-_Nationalism_and_Independence_PPT_-_HINES by gegeshandong

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									                              IBMYP Humanities, Level 2
                                      7th Grade Social Studies



1. Come in, sit down & get quiet 
2. Copy/update agenda please
3. Take out materials for the day
     • Pen/pencil
     • Africa papers #22-26
  Let’s review my expectations first

• In this class…
Raise Your Hand = Question/Comment
 Please wait to be called on 
 Raise Your Agenda = Restroom
     Don’t forget to sign in & out
Remember: You are responsible for finding
out what you missed while you were gone!
Ask permission to get out of your seat
Please throw trash away after class 
         Work = Quietly
Please keep conversation on topic 
Bell = Stop, Look, & Listen
Consequence after the 3rd ring
    Quiz or Test= Silent
NO talking during assessments!
How can I be…
            • Knowledgeable
            • Principled
            • Caring
     Classwork Assignment # 1
• Africa History OPEN NOTES QUIZ
• Materials:            You will have:
   – Pen/pencil               10 minutes
• PROCEDURES:
1. Stay SILENT 
2. Take quiz
3. Turn in quiz to drawer
4. Turn in folder to basket
5. Read AR book
     Classwork Assignment # 1
• Africa History OPEN NOTES QUIZ
• Materials:             TIME LEFT:
   – Pen/pencil               10 minutes
• PROCEDURES:
1. Stay SILENT 
2. Take quiz
3. Turn in quiz to drawer
4. Turn in folder to basket
5. Read AR book
     Classwork Assignment # 1
• Africa History OPEN NOTES QUIZ
• Materials:             TIME LEFT:
   – Pen/pencil               9 minutes
• PROCEDURES:
1. Stay SILENT 
2. Take quiz
3. Turn in quiz to drawer
4. Turn in folder to basket
5. Read AR book
     Classwork Assignment # 1
• Africa History OPEN NOTES QUIZ
• Materials:             TIME LEFT:
   – Pen/pencil               8 minutes
• PROCEDURES:
1. Stay SILENT 
2. Take quiz
3. Turn in quiz to drawer
4. Turn in folder to basket
5. Read AR book
     Classwork Assignment # 1
• Africa History OPEN NOTES QUIZ
• Materials:             TIME LEFT:
   – Pen/pencil               7 minutes
• PROCEDURES:
1. Stay SILENT 
2. Take quiz
3. Turn in quiz to drawer
4. Turn in folder to basket
5. Read AR book
     Classwork Assignment # 1
• Africa History OPEN NOTES QUIZ
• Materials:             TIME LEFT:
   – Pen/pencil               6 minutes
• PROCEDURES:
1. Stay SILENT 
2. Take quiz
3. Turn in quiz to drawer
4. Turn in folder to basket
5. Read AR book
     Classwork Assignment # 1
• Africa History OPEN NOTES QUIZ
• Materials:             TIME LEFT:
   – Pen/pencil               5 minutes
• PROCEDURES:
1. Stay SILENT 
2. Take quiz
3. Turn in quiz to drawer
4. Turn in folder to basket
5. Read AR book
     Classwork Assignment # 1
• Africa History OPEN NOTES QUIZ
• Materials:             TIME LEFT:
   – Pen/pencil               4 minutes
• PROCEDURES:
1. Stay SILENT 
2. Take quiz
3. Turn in quiz to drawer
4. Turn in folder to basket
5. Read AR book
     Classwork Assignment # 1
• Africa History OPEN NOTES QUIZ
• Materials:             TIME LEFT:
   – Pen/pencil               3 minutes
• PROCEDURES:
1. Stay SILENT 
2. Take quiz
3. Turn in quiz to drawer
4. Turn in folder to basket
5. Read AR book
     Classwork Assignment # 1
• Africa History OPEN NOTES QUIZ
• Materials:             TIME LEFT:
   – Pen/pencil               2 minutes
• PROCEDURES:
1. Stay SILENT 
2. Take quiz
3. Turn in quiz to drawer
4. Turn in folder to basket
5. Read AR book
     Classwork Assignment # 1
• Africa History OPEN NOTES QUIZ
• Materials:             TIME LEFT:
   – Pen/pencil               1 minutes
• PROCEDURES:
1. Stay SILENT 
2. Take quiz
3. Turn in quiz to drawer
4. Turn in folder to basket
5. Read AR book
     Classwork Assignment # 1
• Africa History OPEN NOTES QUIZ
• Materials:             TIME LEFT:
   – Pen/pencil               0 minutes
• PROCEDURES:
1. Stay SILENT 
2. Take quiz
3. Turn in quiz to drawer
4. Turn in folder to basket
5. Read AR book
           Procedures for Today
• Materials:
  – Pen/pencil

1. Nationalism & Independence Notes
   • Listen to the guest speaker
   • Take notes!
2. Africa Since Independence Notes
   • Use the CRCT book to complete the activities
3. Start on HW #19
4. Read AR book
European Colonization of Africa
Major Players
   • Britain
   • France
  • Portugal
    • Spain
    • Italy
  • Belgium

 • Of these
 nations, Britain
   and France
 controlled the
 most territory
    in Africa
Review: The Scramble’s Legacy
• The scramble for Africa caused lasting harm:
  – Europeans took the best land by force.
  – African farmers were forced to grow cash crops
    like cocoa and coffee, causing there to be a
    shortage of food in many areas of Africa.
  – Africans were forced to work under terrible
    conditions on plantations, railways, and logging.
  – In order to gain power, Europeans encouraged
    Africans to fight against each other.
  – New political boundaries caused ethnic groups to
    clash.
  – Has led to ethnic and political unrest in Africa
    today.
  The Growth of Nationalism
• In order to gain their
  freedom, African leaders
  called on Africans to have
  nationalism, or pride in
  their homeland
• Rival ethnic groups began
  working together
• Both the African National
  Congress (ANC) and West
  African National
  Congress attempted to
  bring change by
  challenging unfair laws.
African Pride

      • Pan-Africanism:
        movement that
        stressed unity and
        cooperation
      • Leopold Sedar
        Senghor (“Father
        of Pan-
        Africanism”
      • “Africa for
        Africans”
     Leaders of Nationalism
• There were several
  important leaders in
  various African countries
  who helped bring change
  to Africa:
  – Leopold Sedar Senghor
    (Senegal)
  – Kwame Nkrumah (Ghana)
  – Jomo Kenyatta (Kenya)
  – Julius Nyerere (Tanzania)
           World War II
• WW II provided a
  major boost to
  African
  independence
• Africans played a
  huge role in support
  of the Allies
• Africans came away
  from the war
  wanting their own
 freedom
 The Case for Independence
• In addition to things changing globally,
  Africa itself was changing in the 1940s:
  – An educated middle class that disliked
    colonial rule grew in the cities.
  – The rule of tribal chiefs in rural areas had
    weakened because of their links with
    colonial governments, thus limiting their
    ability to control people.
  – The cost for European nations to maintain
    colonies in Africa was rising.
Different Paths to Independence
               • After WW II, African
                 countries began
                 gaining their
                 independence in
                 different ways:
               • Ghana won its
                 independence
                 peacefully through
                 strikes and boycotts
               • Algeria won its
                 independence through
                 violence and war
The Challenges of Independence
• After winning their
  independence, many of
  Africa’s new
  governments were not
  very stable
• In some African
  countries, military
  leaders took control of
  government by force
• In countries like Nigeria,
  rival ethnic groups have
  been forced to coincide
  often leading to conflict
  and tension
           Procedures for Today
• Materials:
  – Pen/pencil

1. Nationalism & Independence Notes
   • Listen to the guest speaker
   • Take notes!
2. Africa Since Independence Notes
   • Use the CRCT book to complete the activities
3. Start on HW #19
4. Read AR book

								
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