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 and tools and will help your students to understand the main topics related to imperialism in Africa, 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!
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Scramble for Africa (Imperialism in Africa) - Webquest with Teacher Key - This 12 page resource focuses on the Scramble for Africa and European imperialism in Africa during the Age of Imperialism. It contains a webquest that uses two different websites and requires students to complete 26 different questions (including a map) related to the Scramble for Africa. It contains a detailed teacher key for ease of assessment.
Imperialism in Africa - Leopold II and the Congo - Reading and Questions - This 7 page resource details the role of Leopold II in the Congo as part of imperialism in Africa or the Scramble for Africa. It includes a one and a half page reading on the history and significance of King Leopold II and his brutal rule of the Congo Free State. The reading is concise and informative and will help your students to better understand the history of imperialism in Africa. As well, the resource includes a series of 13 questions related to the reading and focuses on both comprehension and analysis. Finally, the resource includes a political cartoon that requires students to analyze its symbolism and overall message as related to imperialism in Africa and the role of King Leopold II.
Imperialism in Africa - Berlin Conference - Reading, Map and Questions - This 6 page resource covers the history and significance of the Berlin Conference during the Scramble for Africa and imperialism in Africa. It includes a one page reading that provides concise and detailed information about the Berlin Conference. It details the causes, significance and effects/legacy of the Berlin Conference during the Age of Imperialism in Africa. Next, the resource includes a map assignment wherein students are required to complete a map of Africa in 1914 by using a provided website. This will help students to visualize the results of the Berlin Conference during imperialism in Africa. Finally, the resource includes a set of 10 questions related to the included reading and will help your students to understand the major components of the Berlin Conference. The questions include a detailed teacher key.
Imperialism in Africa - Egypt and the Suez Canal - Reading, Cartoon and Map - This 6 page resource details the basic history of imperialism in Africa in regards to Egypt and the creation of the Suez Canal. The resource includes a reading based on the history of imperialism in Egypt during the Age of Imperialism in Africa. It contains concise information on the influence of France and Britain in the country and the significance of the Suez Canal to each during the Age of Imperialism in Africa. The resource also contains a set of 12 questions related to the reading and a political cartoon contained in the resource. Your students will use the questions to analyze the cartoon. The cartoon is related to British control in Egypt during the time of imperialism in Africa. Finally, the resource includes a short map activity wherein students are required to map the significant places discussed in the reading. The entire resource includes a detailed teacher key for ease of assessment.
Imperialism in Africa - PowerPoint with Student Handout (41 Slides!) - This imperialism in Africa 41 slide PowerPoint Presentation centers on the major events, themes and history of European imperialism in Africa. The PowerPoint includes vibrant images, transitions and animations that will liven up your discussion and lesson on the history of imperialism in Africa. This presentation makes a great introduction or review for a imperialism in Africa unit of study!
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. The activity includes analysis charts for student use and a detailed teacher guide for facilitating a collaborative lesson on analyzing the messages of each White Man's Burden cartoon. Finally, the last activity is an analysis of Rudyard Kipling's poem "White Man's Burden". Students use the included chart to analyze the message of the poem. The teacher guide explains how to facilitate a critical thinking based lesson that requires students to critically read and analyze the poem. The entire package includes a teacher guide and answer keys for each cartoon and poem analysis charts.
Atlantic Slave Trade - Reading with Questions, Map Activity, Benefits and Harms - This 10 page Atlantic Slave Trade resource includes a variety of teaching materials. Overall, the resource is an excellent tool for teaching an overview of the Atlantic Slave Trade and the impacts it created for Europe, Africa and America. The resource includes a detailed teacher key and is designed to "print and teach".
Atlantic Slave Trade - Life on the Slave Ships (Source Analysis with Key) - This 17 page Atlantic Slave Trade package includes engaging and informative sources (visual and text) related to what life was like for the slaves aboard the slave ships during the Atlantic Slave Trade. The sources truly capture the realities of the living conditions for the slaves that made the dangerous journey across the Atlantic (Middle Passage) during the Atlantic Slave Trade.
Slavery in America - Webquest with Key - This 10 page document contains a webquest and teachers key related to history of slavery in America. It contains 15 questions from the history.com website. Your students will learn about how slavery occurred in the United States and its history as a debate within the United States. Specifically, your students will learn about the role slavery played in America and how it affected both the United States and the slaves. Overall, your students will appreciate the topic of slavery in America as a major event in history.
Apartheid in South Africa - Webquest with Key - This 8 page document contains a webquest and teachers key related to the history of Apartheid in South Africa. It contains 21 questions from the history.com website. Your students will learn about the history of Apartheid in South Africa. It covers all of the major people, themes and events of Apartheid in South Africa. Specifically, your students will learn about the racial segregation of Apartheid, the anti-apartheid movement and Nelson Mandela, and much more! A great tool to teach the history of Apartheid in South Africa.
Rwanda Genocide - Two Research Projects - This 4 page resource includes 2 research projects related to the Rwanda Genocide, including student handouts with detailed instructions for each, a marking rubric and a teacher guide for ease of use. The first project centers on the ways in which the Rwanda Genocide was a result of the legacy of European Imperialism and requires the students to research and analyze how the crisis between the Hutu and the Tutsis was a result of imperialism. The second project centers on the response of the world and the United Nations to the Rwanda Genocide and requires students to analyze the response and determine whether or not the Rwanda Genocide was the result of a failure of the world and the United Nations.