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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


Nationalism prior knowledge

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.


Nationalism

Nationalism?

  • For each image you see:

  • Write the first word that comes to mind.

  • Does this image represent nationalism?

  • Why or why not?


Nationalism1

Nationalism

  • How about this one?

  • 2008 Beijing


Nationalism2

Nationalism

  • And this?


Nationalism prior knowledge

  • Were those examples of nationalism easy to relate to your definition?

  • Let’s mix it up a little…….


Nationalism prior knowledge

9/11

  • Tragedy-Triumph


How do you interpret this one

How do you interpret this one?


Nationalism3

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….


Remember this picture

Remember this picture?


Now add a fourth question 4 are these images positive or negative perspectives of nationalism

Now add a fourth question…4. Are these images positive or negative perspectives of nationalism?


Remember this

Remember this?


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…


How is this example of nationalism different than the picture before

How is this example of nationalism different than the picture before?


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


Positive or negative why

Positive or Negative?Why?

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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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