Post Colonialism Gallery Walk Student Project

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This lesson encourages students to explore the fate of some of the former colonies after decolonization. Students will create their own poster or trifold for a “gallery” display, set up a gallery, and take notes on all of the countries included on gallery day.

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Group Assignment Sheet for Each Topic with Checklist and Grading Scale
Planning Sheets Specific to Each Group with URLs and QR Codes to Guide Students through Research
A Note Sheet for Students to use to Record Information During the Gallery Walk
Does Foreign Aid Help or Hurt? Foldable Reading Analysis & Answer Key

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Post Colonialism Gallery Walk Student Project
Post Colonialism Gallery Walk Student Project
Post Colonialism Gallery Walk Student Project
Post Colonialism Gallery Walk Student Project