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Imperialism in Africa - Resource Bundle ( PowerPoint, Source Analysis, etc.) - This is a detailed and exciting unit that covers the topic of Imperialism in Africa. With a focus on student-centered learning and with the possibility of differentiation, this unit will be a versatile tool in your classroom. It uses a wide variety of strategies, such as: Berlin Conference, Atlantic Slave Trade, White Man's Burden, Egypt and the Suez Canal, King Leopold II and the Congo and much more!
White Man's Burden - Cartoon and Poem Analysis Collaborative Bundle - This 12 page White Man's Burden resource centers on teaching students about the White Man's Burden during the Age of Imperialism. It includes a one page reading that details the history and significance of White Man's Burden and Social Darwinism. Next, the resource contains four different political cartoons related to White Man's Burden during the Age of Imperialism.
This cooperative learning project for World War II has students read about 7 key battles and create engaging radio news segments just like Americans would have heard in the 1940's! Everything you need to complete this fun, creative lesson is included! My students have made some incredibly entertaining reports over the years, complete with sound effects and fantastic old-time accents! Can be presented in class or recorded and turned into podcasts or MP3s based on your technology resources.
Great activity for World War II that forces students to think critically! Students are given five scenarios that involve World War II, the Holocaust, and its aftermath. Then they are asked to answer a series of thought provoking moral questions. Each story is based on a true event and the real stories are also provided. Extension suggestions and a lesson plan are included.