Gandhi Questions

Exercise C: Amritsar Massacre After the massacre, Gandhi and the Indian Congress are even more determined to win independence through non-violence. Do you think nonviolence can work if the British respond with brutality and murder? How would you feel if you were part of the…

SS 9 Make Up Assignments

Large Assignment Make – Up Create a multimedia Prezi that outlines the controversial Aryan Invasion Theory. What evidence is used to prove and discredit this theory? How does facts in this case change who Punjabis are thought to be descendant from? Here are some sites…

Nationalism, America First, and leaving the Paris Climate Agreement

1. How is Trump’s America First policy a clear sign of Nationalism? 2. What is the Paris Climate Agreement? What problem is it trying to combat? 3. How does President Trump believe leaving the Paris Climate Agreement will benefit Americans? In a comprehensive paragraph try…

Terrorist attacks and the media

Define the following terms: satire: media: sensationalism: terrorism: Extremist: Propaganda Questions: 1. Do you think the media spends too much time covering terrorism? Why / Why not? 2. Due to the recent terrorist attacks America has limited the number of Refugees it takes as well…

Counterfactual History

You are to create a counterfactual history of Canada that would have taken place is one key historical event had changed or never occurred.  Your Counterfactual should display your understanding of the connection between historical events.   You can work in pairs. Your can present…

Should Countries Apologize for past Atrosities?

Listen to this BBC summation of the Amistar Massacre as called by the British or Jallianwala Bagh massacre as it was called in India. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p03q5b6g Read the two following articles: http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/jallianwala-bagh-massacre-amritsar/1/927629.html http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2283438/David-Cameron-right-apologise–monstrous-massacre-Amritsar-SAVED-thousands-lives-says-Britains-historians.html   After we finish reading the two articles try to answer the question…

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Big Idea: Disparities in power alter the balance of relationships between individuals and between societies.