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Anticipatory Set. Discuss the following question with your neighbor: What are some problems that 18yr olds face after they gain independence? What are some problems that countries face after they gain independence? What similarities are there between students & countries gaining independence?.

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Anticipatory set
Anticipatory Set

Discuss the following question with your neighbor:

What are some problems that 18yr olds face after they gain independence?

What are some problems that countries face after they gain independence?

What similarities are there between students & countries gaining independence?


New nations in africa
New Nations in Africa

  • In your notebook, create a chart with 5 rows and 3 columns. Leave the margin open

  • In your group, fill in the information for each square. Divide the squares among the group members


New nations in africa1
New Nations in Africa

  • Ghana

    • Organized strikes and boycotts

    • Developed industry and expensive health, welfare, and education programs

    • Economic & political instability

  • Kenya

    • Frightened white farmers & forced them to leave farmland in northern highlands

    • Tried to unite ethnic and language groups & developed business

    • Civil disorder

  • Zaire

    • Granted suddenly by Belgium

    • Brutal and corrupt rule

    • Depleted resources, extreme poverty, social unrest

  • Algeria

    • France transferred power after 1962 referendum

    • Began land reforms, developed plans for education

    • Unemployment, Islamic revival, ensuing civil war

  • Angola

    • Assumed when Portuguese troops withdrew

    • Communist seizure of power and fighting among rebel groups supported by outside sources

    • Continuing tension among groups and foreign countries supporting them


New nations in africa news report
New Nations in AfricaNews Report

  • In your same groups, you will create and perform a News Report based on the information your group found:

    • How did the country gain independence, what problems did they face, how did they try to solve those problems?

  • 1 person will be the anchor who will introduce the story and reporter

    • Name of the country, when they gained independence, who they gained independence from

  • 1 person will be the reporter on the scene

    • Interview witnesses: ask how they gained independence, what problems did they face, how did they try to solve them?

  • The rest of the group members will be witnesses

    • If there is a VIP, one group member must be the VIP

  • Write your dialogue in your notebook

  • Be creative, create props and practice your lines so that you will not have to read from your notebook


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