Resource contains four assignments that relate to British imperialism in India. The first two assignments are offered for individual sale at http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Imperialism-Perspectives-on-the-Sepoy-Rebellion-929369 and http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Imperialism-Perspectives-of-British-Rule-in-India-929364 - they have students look at different perspectives on British imperialism and the Sepoy Rebellion. The third assignment is four readings on different events in the Indian independence movements, including the Sepoy Rebellion, the Amritsar Massacre, the formation of the Indian National Congress, and the Salt March. The readings can be used as a stations or jigsaw activity, which is how I always did it. The readings are included at the end of the packet. Finally, the last assignment is a selection from Gandhi's autobiography about why he believes in nonviolence. Difficult words are defined in the side column for struggling readers. All in all, these assignments should last you four to five days and give students a good overview of British imperialism in India. A rubric is included for easy grading.