This is a brief 13-slide overview of the growth of nationalism in Asia, Africa and Latin America in the first half of the 20th century. While the power point is very brief, it touches upon many of the concepts outlined in the AP World History Key Concepts. The notes are used as a quick introduction or review and are not intended to fully replace other activities which can provide more depth on the topics. The zip folder includes both the power point file as well as a Microsoft Word version of the guided notes that go along with the presentation. The students simply need to complete the guided notes portion as the teacher goes through and lectures on the specific information included on each slide.
Specific topics addressed in the presentation include:
-Japanese imperial ambitions in the 1930s
-Chinese Civil War (Sun Yat-Sen, May 4th Movement, CCP/Guomindang, Mao Zedong/Jiang Jieshi, Long March)
-Independence Movement in India
-Nationalist movements in Africa (Afrcian Elite, Pan-Africanism, Marcus Garvey, etc.)
-Nationalism in Latin America (neocolonialism, Good Neighbor Policy, etc.)