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Legacy of Imperialism: Long Term Effects. On a fresh side of notebook paper write today’s date and the lesson title written above. Group Discussion. Look back over your answers to the questions asked regarding the short term effects of imperialism

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legacy of imperialism long term effects

Legacy of Imperialism: Long Term Effects

On a fresh side of notebook paper write today’s date and the lesson title written above.

group discussion
Group Discussion
  • Look back over your answers to the questions asked regarding the short term effects of imperialism
  • Then discuss and develop an answer to the following question:
    • Eventually, the African colonies of the European nations gained their independence. Based on what you have read about the effects of imperialism, what problems do you think the newly independent nations of Africa might have faced on becoming independent? Be prepared to explain how each problem you identify might be linked to the effects of imperialism.
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Jigsaw Reading of Chapter 36: Africa (1945-Present)
  • Part I – Individual work:
    • Read your assigned section of the Chapter. When done, answer the “factual” questions (before the “Critical Thinking” question) at the end of the section in writing.
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Jigsaw Reading of Chapter 36: Africa (1945-Present)
  • Part II – “like reading” group work:
  • Get together with your number and color group (red 1, 2, 3, or 4; blue 1, 2, 3, or 4).
    • Share your answers to the “factual questions.
    • Make sure all in the group have answered fully. Each group member should add to or amend answers as necessary.
    • As a group, develop answers to the “Guide for Reading” questions that appear at the beginning of the section you read and to the “Critical Thinking” question that appears at the end of the section. Make sure each group members writes the answers down in his/her notes.
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Jigsaw Reading of Chapter 36: Africa (1945-Present)
  • Part III – Mixed Group Work
    • Get together with your letter group (A, B, C, D, E, F, or G). Check to see that your group has a member who has read each section of chapter 36.
    • Starting with section 1, have each member of the group teach the others about the section that he or she read. Group members being taught should take notes. Class members are responsible for the entire chapter.
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Jigsaw Reading of Chapter 36: Africa (1945-Present)
  • Part IV: Individual and Group Work:
    • Individually read section 5 skipping p. 943, and answer questions 1-4 at the end of the section
    • As a group develop answers to the “Guide for Reading” questions that appear at the beginning of the section. Make sure each group member writes down the answer in his/her notes.
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Jigsaw Reading of Chapter 36: Africa (1945-Present)
  • Part V (A) – Putting it All Together:
  • At the beginning of Chapter 36 five “focus” questions are posed; find them on the first page of your packet
  • As a group, use what you learned during this Jigsaw Activity to develop answers to those five “focus questions”. Make sure to cite evidence to support your answers.
  • Have each group member write the group’s answers in his/her notes
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Jigsaw Reading of Chapter 36: Africa (1945-Present)
  • Part V (B) – Putting it All Together:
  • At the beginning of the unit we asked two questions about the effects of imperialism on Africa:
    • How were Africans affected by imperialism during the time it was occurring?
    • What is the continuing legacy of imperialism in Africa?
  • Using our work from the last several class periods, as a group discuss and develop answers to the two guiding questions above. Make sure each group member writes down the answer in his/her notes.