1. Objective (READ) SWBAT identify effects of the Partition. 2. Question of the Day. (TURN OBJECTIVE INTO A QUESTION) 3. Warm-up A. Create a plan for removing a colonizing force. Include at least two strategies. 1. Objective (READ) – L SWBAT identify effects of the partition of India. 2. Question of the Day. (TURN OBJECTIVE INTO A QUESTION) 3. Warm-up A. Which is better revolution or nonviolent resistance? Explain your response. B. What is the most important aspect of nonviolent resistance? 1. Objective (READ) – Day 2 SWBAT explain how Bangladesh was created. 2. Question of the Day. (TURN OBJECTIVE INTO A QUESTION) 3. Warm-up A. How is the Partition of India like the Israeli- Palestinian conflict? B. Who do you blame for the violence that occurred as a result of the Partition? Table of Contents Date Title Lesson # **SOUTH ASIA UNIT** 3/4 Effects of Overpopulation 68 3/7 Colonization 69 3/8 Gandhi 70 3/9 Partition of India 71 1. Create a new page called “Partition of India” 2. Label it page #71. Partition Partition division, to split something up The Partition of India means that India is… DIVIDED Map of Indian Subcontinent Map of Indian Subcontinent Directions: Click back and forth quickly between this slide and the previous one. Notice where each group is located. Task Predict what will happen after the British leave India (decolonization). Partition - India divides into 2 separate countries, India and Pakistan • After India is decolonized, the Muslims and Hindus want their own separate countries COPY WHAT’S INSIDE THE BOX Effects of the Partition 1. Directions: 2. • Record the headline. 3. • Number your notebook like the example on the left. • Skip lines between each number. Effects of the Partition 1. INDIA is created for Hindus, 2. PAKISTAN is created for Muslims 2 sections, East and West Pakistan West Pakistan ADD TO India CHART East Pakistan 3. Violence - Hindu and Muslim violence increases after independence ADD TO CHART Jinnah Muslim Leader with Gandhi – Hindu Leader Wants unity, one Wants Partition diverse India 4. Migration - Muslims go to Pakistan, Hindus go to India ADD TO CHART Millions of Indians migrated from their homes to the country that represented their religion. Gandhi Clip – Part 2 (2:39) Partition Clip 1. Describe the violence that occurs after India partitions. 2. What are the people doing when the violence occurs. ADD TO YOUR EFFECTS CHART Directions: • ADD #5 TO YOUR EFFECTS OF THE PARTITION WORKSHEET. West Pakistan The India Partition East Pakistan PAKISTAN’S PROBLEMS - H Task – Predict the problems that could develop for Pakistan. - Write/Sketch two economic problems, two social problems, two political problems. Clue #1 West Pakistan India East Pakistan Majority of Muslim = Capital population PAKISTAN’S PROBLEMS - L Task – Predict the problems that could develop for Pakistan. - Write or Sketch one economic problem and one political problem. Clue #1 West Pakistan India East Pakistan Majority of Muslim = Capital population Problems for Pakistan Check your answers and add these to your list… A. Distance between East and West Pakistan hurts trade – E B. A major enemy (India) is between both parts – P C. Government is in West Pakistan, but most Muslims are in East Pakistan - P So what happens next… READ ONLY A. People in Pakistan get mad because of the problems. B. East Pakistan and West Pakistan fight a war. C. East Pakistan gets help from India and wins. D. East Pakistan turns into Bangladesh. E. West Pakistan becomes Pakistan F. Pakistan retaliates against India and starts the Indo- Pakistani War – Violence ever since Pakistan India Effects of the Partition Bangladesh 5. BANGLADESH - is created after their war with Pakistan ADD TO CHART Clip Question: 1) How did the Partition create this situation? Directions: Bangladesh Independence Story 1. Create a newscast, cartoon with A. People in Pakistan get mad captions, or diary entry explaining because of the problems (see notes). one of the topics below. B. East Pakistan and West Pakistan fight a war. Option 1: The Effects of the Partition. (use your notes, must C. East Pakistan gets help from India have each of the 5 effects) and wins. D. East Pakistan turns into Option 2: The Bangladesh Bangladesh. Independence Story. (look left, must include A-F) E. West Pakistan becomes Pakistan F. Pakistan retaliates against India and Option 3: Partition Worksheet. starts the Indo-Pakistani War – Violence ever since (uses the textbook) Defintions: • Terrorism - the use of violence and threats to intimidate or provoke change, especially for political purposes. • Civil Disobedience - the refusal to obey certain laws or governmental demands for the purpose of influencing legislation or government policy, characterized by the employment of such nonviolent techniques as boycotting, picketing, and nonpayment of taxes. Questions: 1. How are the two techniques similar? 2. How are they different? 3. Which method is more effective? Explain why. 4. How is the media used in both circumstances?
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