The White Man's Burden Primary Source and Image Analysis

The White Man's Burden Primary Source and Image Analysis
The White Man's Burden Primary Source and Image Analysis
The White Man's Burden Primary Source and Image Analysis
The White Man's Burden Primary Source and Image Analysis
The White Man's Burden Primary Source and Image Analysis
The White Man's Burden Primary Source and Image Analysis
The White Man's Burden Primary Source and Image Analysis
The White Man's Burden Primary Source and Image Analysis
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Students read The White Man's Burden, answer 10 questions, analyze 10 images, and complete a graphic organizer relating the White Man's Burden to religion, economics, imperialism, nationalism, racism, and social Darwinism. For the image analysis, students pick 10 of 14 images and respond to 7 prompts/tasks. The answers are included where appropriate and this would work for a sub!

Sample questions include:
--Why are the “savages” compared to children? What message does that send to western readers? What message does it send to the Chinese, Filipinos, etc?
--Does Kipling seem to imply the road ahead will be easy or hard? Explain your answer.
--Identify the tone or slant to the poem. Cite evidence from the text to support your answer.
--Explain in what ways someone from 1899 would support this poem and share its sentiments, and in what ways someone would disagree with it.
--Define the following terms or explain the meaning of the following phrases.

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