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10.4 Close Read: White Man's Burden and Black Man's Sorrow
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10.4 Close Read: White Man's Burden and Black Man's Sorrow

Students will describe why historians examine the multiple perspectives of a historical event.

10.4 Response Sheet for Visual Exploration of Imperialism
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10.4 Response Sheet for Visual Exploration of Imperialism

Students will explore imperialism from a variety of perspectives such as those of missionaries, indigenous peoples, women, merchants/business people, and government officials.

10.4 Response to Imperialism: Boxer Rebellion

Global History II
Unit 10.4: Imperialism
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10.4 Response to Imperialism: Boxer Rebellion

Students will explain the causes and effects of the Boxer Rebellion, then evaluate whether the revolt moved China closer to or further away from independence.

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10.4 Response to Imperialism: Sepoy Rebellion

Global History II
Unit 10.4: Imperialism
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10.4 Response to Imperialism: Sepoy Rebellion

Students will explain the causes and effects of the Sepoy Rebellion, then evaluate whether the revolt moved Indians closer to or further away from independence.

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10.4 SQ 10. How did Europeans and people of European descent gain, consolidate, and maintain power in South Africa?

Global History II
Unit 10.4: Imperialism
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10.4 SQ 10. How did Europeans and people of European descent gain, consolidate, and maintain power in South Africa?

Students will describe the motivations behind British imperialism in Southern Africa. They will describe how European control of Africa changed between 1850 and 1914.

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10.4 SQ 1. What is imperialism? What do images from the period tell you about imperialism in the 19th and 20th centuries?

Global History II
Unit 10.4: Imperialism
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10.4 SQ 1. What is imperialism? What do images from the period tell you about imperialism in the 19th and 20th centuries?

Students will describe the motivations behind 19th century imperialism.

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10.4 SQ 3. Why did imperialism expand in the 19th and 20th century?

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10.4 SQ 3. Why did imperialism expand in the 19th and 20th century?

Students will describe the motivations behind 19th century imperialism.

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10.4 SQ 4. How did the British gain, consolidate, and maintain power in India?

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10.4 SQ 4. How did the British gain, consolidate, and maintain power in India?

Students will describe the motivations behind British imperialism in India.

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10.4 SQ 8. How did Europeans, the Japanese, and the United States gain, consolidate, and maintain power in China?

Global History II
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10.4 SQ 8. How did Europeans, the Japanese, and the United States gain, consolidate, and maintain power in China?

Students will describe the motivations behind imperialism in China.

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10.4 Visual Exploration of Imperialism (Image Set #1)

Global History II
Unit 10.4: Imperialism
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10.4 Visual Exploration of Imperialism (Image Set #1)

Students will make inferences about imperialism using primary and secondary source images.

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10.4 Visual Exploration of Imperialism (Image Set #2)

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10.4 Visual Exploration of Imperialism (Image Set #2)

Students will make inferences about imperialism using primary and secondary source images.

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10.4 Vocabulary Opener

Global History II
Unit 10.4: Imperialism
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10.4 Vocabulary Opener

Students will recall prior knowledge of, define, and use key vocabulary words in the unit.

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