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WEEK: January 12-16, 2015

Teacher: Mr. Reynolds

Unit Title: Unit 6 Development of Africa


Unit Big Idea:
Standards to Address in Unit:
ASSESSMENTS
Diagnostic:

Formative:

Major Unit concepts and vocabulary


Independence
Independence
Apartheid
Apartheid
Nelson Mandela
Nelson Mandela
F. W. De Klerk
F. W. De Klerk
Nationalism
Nationalism
Pan-African
Pan-African
Movement
Movement
Civil War in Africa
Civil War in Africa
Artificial Political
Artificial Political
Boundaries
Boundaries

MONDAY

TUESDAY

Summative: Post Test: Unit 6


Development of Africa

Independence
Apartheid
Nelson Mandela
F. W. De Klerk
Nationalism
Pan-African
Movement
Civil War in Africa
Artificial Political
Boundaries

WEDNESDAY

Federal Republic

Federal Republic

Constitutional
Monarchy

Constitutional
Monarchy

Communist
State

Communist
State

Dictatorship

Dictatorship

AIDS

AIDS

Famine

Famine

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

/EQSTANDARD

OPENING

Standard(s)/Elemen
t(s)
SS7H1
a. Explain how the
partitioning
across Africa
contributed to
conflict, civil
war, and
artificial
political
boundaries.
b. Explain how
nationalism led
to
independence
in South Africa,
Kenya, and
Nigeria.
c. Explain the
creation and
end of
apartheid in
South Africa
and the roles of
Nelson Mandela
and F. W. de
Klerk.
d. Explain the
impact of the
Pan-African
movement.
Sub Work

Standard(s)/Element(
s)
SS7H1
a. Explain how the
partitioning
across Africa
contributed to
conflict, civil war,
and artificial
political
boundaries.
b. Explain how
nationalism led to
independence in
South Africa,
Kenya, and
Nigeria.
c. Explain the
creation and end
of apartheid in
South Africa and
the roles of
Nelson Mandela
and F. W. de Klerk.
d. Explain the
impact of the PanAfrican
movement.

Standard(s)/Element(
s)
SS7H1
a. Explain how the
partitioning
across Africa
contributed to
conflict, civil war,
and artificial
political
boundaries.
b. Explain how
nationalism led to
independence in
South Africa,
Kenya, and
Nigeria.
c. Explain the
creation and end
of apartheid in
South Africa and
the roles of
Nelson Mandela
and F. W. de Klerk.
d. Explain the
impact of the PanAfrican
movement.

Educational Game
Unit 6

Unit 6 Test

Standard
SS7CG2
The student will
explain the
structures of
modern
governments of
Africa.
a.
Compare
the republican
systems of
government in
the Republic of
Kenya and the
Republic of
South Africa to
the dictatorship
of the Republic
of Sudan,
distinguishing
the form of
leadership and
role of the
citizen in terms
of voting and
personal
freedoms

Computer Lab: Star


Testing

Standard
SS7CG2
The student
will explain the
structures of
modern
governments of
Africa.
a.
Compare
the republican
systems of
government in
the Republic of
Kenya and the
Republic of
South Africa to
the dictatorship
of the Republic
of Sudan,
distinguishing
the form of
leadership and
role of the
citizen in terms
of voting and
personal
freedoms

Sub Work

Trasketville
Game

Unit 6 Test

Sub Work

Prize for Students!

Unit 6 Test

How did Apartheid


come to Africa and
how did Apartheid
come apart?/ What
did Nelson Mandela
specifically do to
make this change
happen?

How did Apartheid


come to Africa and
how did Apartheid
come apart?/ What
did Nelson Mandela
specifically do to
make this change
happen?

How did Apartheid come


to Africa and how did
Apartheid come apart?/
What did Nelson
Mandela specifically do
to make this change
happen?

Computer Lab: Star


Testing

Computer Lab: Star


Testing

Sub Work

Sub Work

QuestionEssential

Homework

CLOSING WORK PERIOD

Sub Work

How are governments


in Africa organized?/

How do the
government
structures of African
countries differ?

How are
governments in
Africa organized?/
How do the
government
structures of African
countries differ?