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  1. Reparations Negotiation Argentina’s Dirty War

  2. Definitions • Reparations = paying someone back for harm done to them • Ex: The United States paid reparationsto Japanese-Americans who were put in concentration camps during WWII • Negotiation = coming to a decision through discussion • Consensus = coming to a solution that everyone can live with

  3. Our Task • Assign reparations for Argentina’s Dirty War • Represent one of the guilty parties in a negotiation • Come to a consensus about the division of reparations

  4. The Guilty Parties • Videla and the military junta • The individual soldiers/torturers • The United States Government • The United States Military • Juan Peron • Isabel Peron • The Catholic Church • Argentine citizens

  5. Your Tasks • Individually, fill out your Reparations Log • Compare with your group • What do you agree on? • What do you disagree on? • You will receive your representation assignment. • Knowing who you represent, how will you assign reparations? Why? • Fill you your group log

  6. Group Reflection (write on the BACK of your GROUP LOG) As a group, answer on the back of your log: • What is hard about defending the person you represent? Why? • What might be easy about defending the person you represent? Why? • Your goal is to make yourself as innocent as possible. Who are you going to blame in order to take the blame off yourself? • Who is going to be easy to work with? • Who is going to be difficult to work with?

  7. Reflections(write on the BACK of your INDIVIDUAL log) Reflection 1 Reflection 2 Do you think our division of reparations was fair? Why? What, if anything, happened in the negotiation that surprised you? Why? In what ways did your group work well together? If you had to do another activity like this, what would you do differently? • Who is your group representing? • What, if anything, did you and your group agree on? Why? • What, if anything, did you and your group disagree on? Why? • What, if anything, do you think the whole class is going to agree on? Why? • What, if anything, do you think the whole class is going to disagree on? Why?

  8. Reflection Two • Do you think our division of reparations was fair? Why? • What, if anything, happened in the negotiation that surprised you? Why? • In what ways did your group work well together? • If you had to do another activity like this, what would you do differently?