African Nationalism & the End of Apartheid in South Africa LESSON BUNDLE

African Nationalism & the End of Apartheid in South Africa LESSON BUNDLE
African Nationalism & the End of Apartheid in South Africa LESSON BUNDLE
African Nationalism & the End of Apartheid in South Africa LESSON BUNDLE
African Nationalism & the End of Apartheid in South Africa LESSON BUNDLE
African Nationalism & the End of Apartheid in South Africa LESSON BUNDLE
African Nationalism & the End of Apartheid in South Africa LESSON BUNDLE
African Nationalism & the End of Apartheid in South Africa LESSON BUNDLE
African Nationalism & the End of Apartheid in South Africa LESSON BUNDLE
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Lesson #2 of 3 in the 20th CENTURY INDEPENDENCE MOVEMENTS UNIT --

16 slide Power point based lesson on 20th Century African Nationalist movements that covers:

- The initial wave of nationalist movements modeled after Gandhi’s Indian national Congress such as Kwame Nkrumah and Jomo Kenyatta’s Mau Mau movement
- The process of creating the Union of South Africa through wars of imperialism
- A history of apartheid government and the effects on the native African population
- The creation of the African National Congress and efforts to end the policy of apartheid through protest
- The end of apartheid through international pressure and the beginning of a unified South African government
- Attempts to unify the diverse new democracy through Truth & Reconciliation trials
- Continued economic inequality faced by the black South African population

Power point includes:

- Important terms listed & emphasized that frequently appear on NY State Global Regents Exams
- A modern-day political map of the African continent
- Maps, & pictures to tie the former European empires of Africa to the nation-states created by Nationalist movements in the 1950’s, 60’s, & 70’s
- Lots of actual photos to help students foster a deeper understanding of apartheid policies and the socio-economic effects on the black population living in the homelands
- 4 "Check for Understanding" slides (ongoing assessment) utilizing past regents exam questions
- Scaffolded (guided) 3 task essay question on apartheid in S. Africa (Theme: Human Rights Violations)
1) The role of natural resources in the creation of the Union of South Africa under apartheid rule (cause of violation)
2) Efforts by the ANC to end apartheid rule in S. Africa (attempt to rectify violation)
3) The eventual end of apartheid through the efforts of figures such as Desmond Tutu, F.W. De Klerk, and Nelson Mandela (outcome of human rights violation)


ZIP Folder includes the following support materials aligned to the PowerPoint:

- A printable Cloze version (Guided Notes) of the ppt. to assist with student focus
- A Review Sheet and Refresher Activity on previously learned African history
- A Support Reading (4 sections – 6 questions)
- 3 primary source speeches from African Nationalist leaders (Nkrumah, Lumumba, Mandela)
- A summative Multiple choice assessment
- An Answer key


***Intended for use in Global History classrooms in preparation for the New York State Global History & Geography Regents Exam***
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