How did Indian nationalists begin their struggle for independence?
CO: 747-750 CN: 731-733 P: 785-787 PIB: 887-889 PIR: 785-787
- Define the following terms: non-violence b. civil disobedience c. Great Salt March
- Identify the Amritsar Massacre and explain how affected Indian nationalism.
- What did Mohandas Gandhi do to fight against British rule?
- Making Connections: Gandhi’s ideas were very influential, what famous American used his ideas in the 1960’s?
How did nationalism affect the Middle East?
CO: 744-747 CN: 728-730 P: 788-789, 901-905 PIB: 890-891 PIR: 788-789
- Define the following terms: a. mandate b. Pan Arabism c. Zionism
- What changes did Mustafa Kemal make in Turkey during the 1920’s?
- Making Connections: Mustafa Kemal is not the first man to westernize his country. What other countries have westernized since the 1860’s?
Why did nationalism develop in Africa between the first and second world wars?
CO: 741-744 CN: 726-728 P: 896-900, 916-920 PIB: 858-861 PIR: 775-785
- Explain TWO reasons for the development of African nationalism
- Discuss TWO ways in which African nationalists reacted to European nationalism.
- Imagine you are a South African, write a letter to a friend explaining your views on apartheid.
How did nationalism affect the African continent after World War II?
CO: 924-928 CN: 908-919 P: 896-900 PIB: 1012-1016, 1040-1045 PIR: 896-900
- Identify: a. Kwame Nkrumah b. Jomo Kenyatta
- Explain how each nation won its independence: a. Kenya b. Algeria c. Ghana
- Imagine you are an African citizen during the mid 1900s, write a brief explanation as to why you wanted independence from colonialist rule.
- Why were African nations able to win their independence after World War II?
How was apartheid overcome in South Africa?
CO: 938-942 CN: 925-927 P: 918-920 PIB: 1043-1044 PIR: 917-920
- Identify the following: a. Nelson Mandela b. African National Congress
- Explain the meaning of apartheid and how it hurt the black majority of South Africa.
- How was apartheid ended in South Africa?
Why did China experience unrest in the years following World War I?
CO: 751-754 CN: 734-737 P: 781-784 PIB: 882-886 PIR: 781-784
- Explain the role of Sun Yat-Sen in the Chinese Revolution.
- Identify: Chiang Kai-Shek and Mao Zedong
- Why did the Communists oppose Nationalist rule?
- How did the Long March help Mao Zedong gain support?
- What happened in China in 1949?
How did Mao Zedong “remake” China?
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- How did Mao Zedong come to power?
- What was the Great Leap Forward?
- What was the Cultural Revolution? How did it affect life in China?
- Making Connections: Mao Zedong’s policies had many similarities to another communist leader, who was that leader and what were the policies.