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Nationalism (prior knowledge). What does it mean? Please write a 3-5 sentence response to: What is nationalism?. Essential Question. How does analyzing multiple perspectives enhance understanding of history?

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nationalism prior knowledge

Nationalism(prior knowledge)

What does it mean?

Please write a 3-5 sentence response to: What is nationalism?

essential question

Essential Question

How does analyzing multiple perspectives enhance understanding of history?

an·a·lyze: to examine critically, so as to bring out the essential elements or give the essence of: to analyze a poem.

per·spec·tive: point of view, opinion

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Goal
  • Students will be able to define nationalism and analyze visual media for positive and negative demonstrations of nationalism.
  • Students will be able to identify one positive demonstration of nationalism and articulate in at least three sentences why it is an example of positive nationalism.
  • Students will be able to identify one negative demonstration of nationalism and articulate in at least three sentences why it is an example of negative nationalism.
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Nationalism?
  • For each image you see:
  • Write the first word that comes to mind.
  • Does this image represent nationalism?
  • Why or why not?
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Nationalism
  • How about this one?
  • 2008 Beijing
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Nationalism
  • And this?
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Were those examples of nationalism easy to relate to your definition?
  • Let’s mix it up a little…….
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9/11
  • Tragedy -Triumph
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Nationalism
  • Are there different perspectives on nationalism?
  • Is it a feeling?
  • Can individuals interpret the same images in different ways?
  • Let’s explore a little further….
add some perspective
When "The Star-Spangled Banner" played, Smith and Carlos delivered the salute with heads bowed, a gesture which became front page news around the world. As they left the podium they were booed by the crowd. Smith later said "If I win, I am American, not a black American. But if I did something bad, then they would say I am a Negro. We are black and we are proud of being black. Black America will understand what we did tonight.” 1968 Add some perspective…
i thought nationalism was a positive thing hmmmmm what do you think einstien means when he says
I thought nationalism was a positive thing? Hmmmmm…..What do you think Einstien means when he says:
taking it too far
Taking it too far.
  • Xenophobia is defined as the "hatred or fear of foreigners or strangers or of their politics or culture".
  • xenophobia (n)
  • Synonyms: chauvinism, racial intolerance, racism, dislike of foreigners, nationalism, prejudiceAntonym: tolerance
where are we going with this
Where are we going with this?
  • Student speculation
  • To Europe!
  • How does the concept of nationalism play out on the European continent with so many nations in close proximity?

Italy

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