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                     Mustafa Kemal Ataturk.
Title of Lesson:                                    Date created:     May 18, 2006
                     “He Said…. What?”

Author(s):           Marlene Slobin                 Grade/Level:      10th   Grade World History
Subject Area:        World History                  WAC Trip:         Turkey




     Component                                               Detail


                              List of quotes by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk.
                              Each quote should be on a note cards or sentence strip.
                              Websites for Ataturk Quotes
                             http://ase.tufts.edu/tsa/ataturk7.htm
                             http://tadevrimi.sitemynet.com/ingilizce.htm
Materials/Resources          http://en.thinkexist.com/quotes/kemal_ataturk/
                             www.quotemonk.com/authors/ataturk/index.htm
                             www.allaboutturkey.com/ata_speech.htm
                             www.woopidoo.com/business_quotes/ authors/mustafa-ataturk
                             Ataturk quotes are listen below the lesson plans
                             Transparency (below) of Assessment Instructions.




                                113.33. World History Studies

                                (2) History. The student understands how the present relates to
                                the past. The student is expected to:

                                (A) Identify elements in a contemporary situation that parallel
                                a historical situation; and
      TEKS                      (10) History. The student understands the influence of
  (Texas Essential              significant individuals of the 20th century. The student is
  Knowledge and                 expected to:
      Skills)
                                       (A) Analyze the influence of significant individuals on
                                       political events of the 20th century; and

                                       (B) Analyze the influence of significant social and/or
                                       religious leaders on events of the 20th century.

                                (18) Citizenship. The student understands the historical
                                development of significant legal and political concepts,
                                including ideas about rights, republicanism, constitutionalism,

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                         and democracy. The student is expected to:

                                 (B) summarize the worldwide influence of ideas
                                concerning rights and responsibilities that originated
                                from Greco-Roman and Judeo-Christian ideals in
                                Western civilization such as equality before the law;

                         (19) Culture. The student understands the history and
                         relevance of major religious and philosophical traditions. The
                         student is expected to:

                                (A) compare the historical origins, central ideas, and the
                                spread of major religious and philosophical traditions
                                including Buddhism, Christianity, Confucianism,
                                Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism; and




                         The student will gain an awareness of the influence of Mustafa
                         Kemal Ataturk through a variety of rich primary source material
                         such as some of his famous quotes.
  Instructional          The student will also make connections of the relevance of the
   Objective(s)          quote when it was said as well as relating that quote to the
                         present.

                         The student will also compare and contrast Ataturks quotes
                         with some of their favorite quotes.




                        Start the class with a famous quote by a famous man; for example,
                         John F. Kennedy’s “Ask not what your country can do for you, but
                         what you can do for your country”.
  Focus Activity        Ask the students for other famous quotes.
                        Discuss with the class that often times we are able to know and
                         understand a person by what he says or what people say about him.



                        Divide class into set of two students.
                        Hand each set of students a Mustafa Kemal Ataturk Quote.
Input or Procedure
                        On a transparency (see materials) list what you want each group to
   (Instruction)         accomplish.
                        Students will interpret the meaning of the quote.
                        How would that quote be interpreted in today’s world?
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                           Is his quote relevant today?
                           See below for the procedure.




                             Using the quote: Happy is he who says, "I am a Turk".
                             Construct the meaning of the quote through interpreting,
                              exemplifying, summarizing, inferring, comparing, and
                              explaining. Comprehension/ Understanding
Input or Procedure
                             Construct a theory as to why Ataturk made this comment.
(Modeling, Guided,
                              Application/ Applying
  & Independent
                             Assess whether or not you think this quote was relevant to
    Practice )
                              the Turkish people. Synthesis/ Evaluating
                             How would you relate to the quote if it said Happy is he/she
                              who says, "I am an American". What would be your
                              reaction? Analysis/ Analyzing




                           Students will be creating A Book of Quotes. They will use five of
                            their favorite Ataturk quote.
                           After each quote they will write a paragraph of why they think
                            this was a significant quote.
                           The students will also include five of their favorite quotes,
                            followed by a brief explanation.
   Assessment              The final part of this activity is for the student to take two of the
                            quotes in their book. An Ataturk quote and one of their favorite
                            quotes and compare and contrast the two quotes.

                     * This assessment can be modified depending on the level of the students.

                     Evaluating/ Creating

                     Compare and Contrast


                           Using the ancient quote from the Talmud, A man is led the way
   Enrichment
                            he wishes to follow. Analyze how this quote affected Ataturks
    Extension
                            followers.

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                Which of Ataturks quotes are most relevant today?
                Discuss making judgments based on criteria and standards
                 through critiquing the quotes.
Closure

          Synthesis/ Evaluating




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                              Mustafa Kemal Ataturk Quotes


1.  Happy is he who says, "I am a Turk".
2.  As they have come, so they will go.
3.  One day my mortal body will turn to dust, but the Turkish Republic will stand forever.
4.  I have been able to teach many things to this nation, but I haven't been able to teach how
    to be lackeys.
5. Peace at home, peace in the world.
6. I am not ordering you to attack; I am ordering you to die.
7. Turkey's true master is the peasant.
8. Do not be afraid of telling the truth.
9. To see me does not necessarily mean to see my face. To understand my thoughts is to have
    seen me.
10. The Turkish Republic will be happy, prosperous and victorious.
11. A healthy mind in a healthy body.
12. Army, your first goal is the Mediterranean. Forward!
13. Our great ideal is to raise our nation to the highest standard of civilization and
    prosperity.
14. Culture is the foundation of the Turkish Republic.
15. Following the military triumph we accomplished by bayonets, weapons and blood, we
    shall strive to win victories in such fields as culture, scholarship, science and economics.
16. Victory is for those who can say "Victory is mine". Success is for those who can begin
    saying "I will succeed" and say "I have succeeded" in the end.
17. Sovereignty is not given, it is taken.
18. Authority, without any condition and reservation, belongs to the nation.
19. Teachers are the one and only people who save nations.
20. Teachers: the new generation will be your devotion.
21. Our true mentor in life is science.
22. The Turkish Nation consists of the valiant descendants of a people that has lived
    independently and has considered independence the sole condition of existence. This
    nation has never lived without freedom, cannot and never will.
23. We Turks are a people who, throughout our history, have been the very embodiment of
    freedom and independence.
24. Our nation has succeeded owing to the unshakable unity it has shown in its actions and
    endeavors.
25. A nation which makes the final sacrifice for life and freedom does not get beaten.
26. Sovereignty is not given, it is taken.”
27. A nation devoid of art and artists cannot have a full existence.
28. They don't let us inside... they don't give us a chance to put our case. They forget those of
    the Turkish nation killed by Armenians
29. We will file a legal complaint against all of those people behind this conference,”
30. Justice is the infrastructure of proprietorship.”
31. Where there is no freedom, there is death and destruction.
32. It was when I entered the military preparatory school and put on its uniform, that a
    feeling of strength came to me, as if I had become master of my own destiny.

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Transparency
                                    Mustafa Kemal Ataturk

                                     “He Said…. What?”




         Please use the quote you were given and analyze

       Construct the meaning of the quote through interpreting, exemplifying, summarizing,
        inferring, comparing, and explaining.
       Construct a theory as to why Ataturk made this comment.
       Assess whether or not you think this quote was relevant to the Turkish people.
       How would you relate to the quote if it said Happy is he/she who says, "I am an
        American". What would be your reaction?




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