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1. Objective (READ) SWBAT explain Gandhi’s nonviolent resistance. 2. Question of the Day. (TURN OBJECTIVE INTO A QUESTION) 3. Warm-up (COPY QUESTIONS A & B ON YOUR COLONIZATION PAGE) How does the clip showing the Massacre at Amritsar represent colonization?

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1. Objective (READ)

SWBAT explain Gandhi’s nonviolent resistance.

2. Question of the Day. (TURN OBJECTIVE INTO A QUESTION)

3. Warm-up (COPY QUESTIONS A & B ON YOUR COLONIZATION PAGE)

  • How does the clip showing the Massacre at Amritsar represent colonization?
  • What would you do if this happened in your town?
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1. Objective (READ)

SWBAT identify examples of Gandhi’s nonviolent resistance movement.

2. Question of the Day. (TURN OBJECTIVE INTO A QUESTION)

3. Warm-up

  • What is better revolution or nonviolent resistance? Explain your response.
  • What is the most important aspect of nonviolent resistance?
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Massacre at Amritsar (1:24)
  • Protest at Salt Place (around :30)
  • Burning the clothes speech (1:37)
table of contents
Table of Contents

1. Turn to the next available fresh page after your Colonization activities and title it “Gandhi”.

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GANDHI

A. Who: Hindu political leader during India’s independence movement.

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British Decolonization

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Main factors:

1. The administrative costs needed to suppress Indian activists proved too much as England recovered from the economic devastation of World War II

2. Gandhi’s Non-violent Resistance movement.

3. The United States pressured its European ally to withdraw its colonial interests

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B. NON-VIOLENT RESISTANCE

– Gandhi used it to end British colonization.

- DEFINITION: Using nonviolence to protest injustice (civil disobedience).

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B. NON-VIOLENT RESISTANCE

– Examples: fasting, marches, protests, breaking laws

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Gandhi at the Salt March

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Gandhi’s Salt Marches (2:05)

C. Salt March Clip:

  • Describe Gandhi’s Salt March

2. How do the British respond to the non-violent resistance?

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Gandhi’s Protests (around :30, 1:37)

D. Protest Clips:

  • Describe Gandhi’s nonviolent resistance movement at the Salt Factory.
    • How did it turn it out?
    • What was missing from Gandhi’s protest?

2. Describe the message of his speech.

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Analysis Questions

Defintions:

  • Terrorism - the use of violence and threats to intimidate or provoke change, especially for political purposes.
  • Civil Disobedience - the refusal to obey certain laws or governmental demands for the purpose of influencing legislation or government policy, characterized by the employment of such nonviolent techniques as boycotting, picketing, and nonpayment of taxes.

Questions:

1. How are the two techniques similar?

2. How are they different?

3. Which method is more effective? Explain why.

4. How is the media used in both circumstances?

5. Was Gandhi a terrorist? Explain why or why not.

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Rap, Manual, Cartoons Directions

1. You must include Gandhi in your assignment.

2. Assignments are due tomorrow.

3. You can turn in one for you and your partner have your name on it.

4. Please do not write on the directions sheet.

Your To Do List

1. Complete your exit ticket individually.

2. Turn it in on the chair by my desk and pick up the materials that you need for your assignment.

3. Get the with your partner and finish your assignment.

4. Turn it in on the chair by my desk if you are finished, it is due tomorrow when you walk in the door.

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Gandhi Task – Exit Ticket - H

Your To Do List

1. Complete your exit ticket individually.

2. Turn it in on the chair by my desk and pick up the materials that you need for your assignment.

3. Get the with your partner and finish your assignment.

4. Turn it in on the chair by my desk if you are finished, it is due tomorrow when you walk in the door.

1. Answer the Question of the Day like usual.

2. Create a real-life example where you use non-violent resistance against a group, organization, or policy that you disagree with.

- Explain the injustice and your method of non-violent resistance.

- Explain how you will involve the media in your nonviolent resistance movement.

gandhi task exit ticket
Gandhi Task – Exit Ticket

Your To Do List

1. Complete your exit ticket individually.

2. Turn it in on the chair by my desk and pick up the materials that you need for your assignment.

3. Get the with your partner and finish your assignment.

4. Turn it in on the chair by my desk if you are finished, it is due tomorrow when you walk in the door.

1. Answer the Question of the Day like usual.

2. Create a real-life example where you use non-violent resistance against a group, organization, or policy that you disagree with.

- Explain the injustice and your method of non-violent resistance.