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Day 84 Opening Task. Form a group of 5 people and report as a group to Mr. Biniukow. Do not come and see me until you do form a group Tell Mr. Biniukow the name of your fictional country Pick up 5 Post-It-Notes Each member takes 1 Post-It Write the name of your country on the Post-It

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Day 84 Opening Task

  • Form a group of 5 people and report as a group to Mr. Biniukow. Do not come and see me until you do form a group

    • Tell Mr. Biniukow the name of your fictional country

  • Pick up 5 Post-It-Notes

    • Each member takes 1 Post-It

    • Write the name of your country on the Post-It

  • Go to any object in the classroom and claim it by sticking your Post-It on it. Think hard about what objects are worth claiming.

  • Point totals will be assessed based on the order that you complete this task and how well you complete it

    • 1st = 5/5, 2nd = 4/5, 3rd = 3/5, 4th = 2/5

  • Opening Question Title = Post It Notes


  • Identify the many motives for Imperialism on the blackboard

Opening Task


Day 84

Objectives

  • Evaluate the impact that European Imperialism played in the world

  • Analyze/Judge the reasons Europeans created for following New Imperialism

  • Why do I have this picture? 


Imperialism

  • How would you define it?

  • New Imperialism =

    • revival of imperialism around 1870 and the scramble of European countries to get colonies

    • 1870-1914

  • Cartoon 

  • Old Imperialism = 1500s to 1700s


  • Based on this map, who won the “simulation?”

    • Who got the head start?

  • By 1914, who is conquered?

    • Did the people of these regions have a say?


1884 Berlin Conference


  • How Africa is chopped up


What are the PERSM Motives for Imperialism?


Tap-In Tap-Out Debate

  • 2 opposing sides of the Parliament of Great Britain have to convince the Prime Minister(me) their side to this question…

    • “New Imperialism will bean overall beneficial and utilitarian policy for the country of GB and its empire.”

      • 1850 Parliament vs 2014 Parliament

  • Rules to this debate

    • 5 minutes for your side to brainstorm your argument

    • Inner debate circle will have 3 members from each side debating (you can use your blue sheet and sources)

    • After 5 minutes, I will call for another round of debating where new members from each side tap in the place of their debate comrades.

    • Respect your fellow congressmen in your mini-debate!!

      • One speaker at a time (write down your counter-points!!!)

      • So side chatter for the outside debaters


Who was one

of the worst

Imperialists?

King Leopold II ofBelgium on the Congo

  • “To open [Africa] to civilization…the only part of our globe where it has not yet penetrated, to pierce the darkness which envelops whole populations, is a crusade, if I may say so, a crusade worthy of this century of progress.”

  • Condemned for his treatment of Africans


Plenty of Political Cartoons on the

injustices of New Imperialism…


What will be the effects

of New Imperialism??

  • What happens if too many countries do this? ↓

  • What will/can the rest of the world do?


Our Next

Class

Will be

On WWI


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