Time: 2 Hours 30 Minutes
Answer 3 questions: 1 from Section A & B and one other
Section A: Domestic Policies of USA and Canada 1945 to 1984 - 3 questions, choose ONE
Section B: Civil Rights and Social Movements in the Americas - 3 questions, choose ONE
Section C: Cold War and the Americas 1945-1982 - 1 question
Your 3rd question can come from ANY section (A, B or C) of your choice. 50 minutes per essay.
I'm not in this week, so please see PP attached with work. We will go through Korea again Wednesday and Friday next week. As I have not been in all week, I have also not had chance to finalise the Mock, but I will outline what I have planned below.
Wednesday - slide 5. The A3 sheets are in the top draw of the filing cabinet. Have a search, you will find them. Annotate the events of the Korean War on there.
Watch the rest of part 1 and part 2 of this
Friday - Slide 6 and 7. Follow instructions and page numbers in notes section. Watch part 3 of the documentary. We will wrap up Korea next week.
Section A - America and Canada
Section B - Civil Rights
Section C - Cold War
There will be 3 questions in Section A and B and 1 or 2 in Section C.
You must answer:
ONE question from Section A
ONE question from Section B
ANY OTHER QUESTION FROM ANY OTHER SECTION. This means you don't have to revise Cold War if you don't want to
Analyse the effectiveness of a Native American Organisation in one country in the region AFTER the 1960s.
Define effective criteria in your intro
Select one Native group - Canada, Bolivia, USA etc
Consider the aims of the group and the successes and failures they had - social/political/economic
Examine the aims and success of the Black Panthers in the 1960s and early 1970s.
Define success criteria in your intro
Make sure you discuss the Black Panthers, not just Malcolm X
Identify the aims of the Black Panthers and evaluate their successes and failures - social/political/economic
Discuss how 1960s' student movements challenged traditional authority in TWO countries of the region and what effects these movements had.
One paragraph focusing on one student movement in one country - how and effect; then a 2nd paragraph on another movement in another country - how and effect
To what extent had women achieved equal rights in the Americas by 1982?
Consider at least TWO countries in the Americas
Outline successes in gaining equality and balance with failures
Make a judgement as to the extent that women were equal by 1982 for each country
Conclude with an overall judgement for the Americas
Slide 9 for instruction and slide 8 if absent on Wednesday for House Drama.
Read and annotate with judgement on role of each President in improving women's rights.
Essay plan either the question above or the question on slide 10 to recap Feminist movements in the Americas
Evaluate the role the Bolivian government played in relation to Civil Rights of indigenous people between 1945 and 2010
Read through the section on Bolivian civil rights and take notes on the different governments during the period, including Evo Morales, in preparation for writing an essay plan next week.
In your groups, prepare a presentation to explain to the class the role of your President. What did they do? Why did they do it? How much progress was made during their tenure?
Truman - Mathieu, Abbi, Cathryn, Noah
Eisenhower - Ajay, Harry, Sally, Navjot
JFK - Elizabeth, Matt, Alexandra, Alex
Johnson - Molly, Eleanor, Anata
You have 45 minutes to read and prepare a presentation sheet (note, not a PowerPoint!) on your president. This needs to be completed by the end of the lesson and sent to me. Use your notes and the following
Assess the impact of MLK on the Civil Rights Movement. (15 marks)
Compare and contrast the role of MLK and Malcolm X in attempting to create a more "equal society". (15 marks)
Complete reading on Malcolm X on P103-105. There are two optional documentaries below.
What was the Meredith March 1966?
How were African American groups split over the march?
What did the March mean for MLK and the African American groups?
Finish watching this:
Read and make notes on the article to attempt to answer the question above.