Today in class, your group will have a few minutes to finalize your DBQ packet. Afterwards, another group in class will select your DBQ packet to complete and test out.
As a group, you will go through another group's DBQ packet and try to answer the questions. As you do, please complete the following DBQ peer feedback form to give feedback on how well you were able to answer the questions in the packet and how well you understood what the conflict was about.
Helpful Links for Today's Class:
Check-in with Group:
Helpful Links for Today's Class:
HW: Complete the OPVL tables for both of your sources (image & text)
Be sure to complete a thorough evaluation of both of the sources you selected for your contribution to the DBQ packet. Also be sure your image and text sources are not the same sources as any other group member.
Sample OPVL evaluations in WH
Today we will begin taking a further look at the compelling question about whether we are more "warlike" or more "peaceful" and will look at a new compelling question:
"Is it possible to resolve conflict through nonviolent means?"
HW: Research your topic for the dbq & write a 1-paragraph summary
For homework, please research and learn about the topic of your selected country's independence that you are choosing to focus on. You will write a 1-paragraph summary in your individual DBQ planning document. Also be sure to list sources that you used to help you write this summary (give credit to your sources!)
"Can conflict be resolved without war or violence?"
Today we will take a look at the process of decolonization in a post-WWII world. We are going to use the decolonization of India as a starting point and case study. We will use the documents in the India Packet (you were asked to read through this/familiarize yourself with this for homework)...
Within your group, you will work to develop 3 levels of questions for the document # you are assigned to.
Afterwards, you will walk around and take a look at other students' questions and give feedback on the level of questioning.
Afterwards... you will receive your SUMMATIVE DEBATE rubrics. You will work on your Summative Reflection.
The Summative Reflection document has been dropped in your WH Drop Folder
You will be given time in class to work on this today. You will finish this up for homework.
After our 3rd and final debate groups present their arguments today, we will spend some time looking at the Social Studies courses that will be offered to you for the remainder of your time in high school at SAS. While there may be some additional non-AP/AT courses added to the course menu starting your Junior year, the current Course Program Planning Guide (PPG) will provide you with all courses currently scheduled and offered next year and the list of AP/AT courses available to you through graduation. It is important that you plan out which courses you plan to take for the remaining 3 years so that you are intentionally seeking the appropriate level of challenging coursework and balance to your course load.
Some topics we will discuss today include:
Helpful resources for you to refer to in planning and selecting the appropriate courses for you:
HW: Read through the "India's Fight for Independence" Packet
Please read and familiarize yourself with some of the content of this packet:
India's Fight for Independence - Packet (excerpts from Big Era 8: World History for Us All, UCLA.edu)
Today you will continue working with your debate team to develop your plan and for you to write your individual speeches (& prepare for possible rebuttals and have a list of evidence and analysis you can use during the debate).
Helpful Resources for Preparation:
Sample Debate Speeches (Videos):
While the DBQ packet is provided to you for use, groups & individuals are encouraged to use additional evidence and sources you find on your own to prepare for your role in the debate.
HW: Prep for your debate speech(es)!!!
Prep for your role in the summative debate. Tips for preparation:
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