Reflection: Discourse and Questioning Nelson Mandela - Section 4: Closure

 

This lesson on Nelson Mandela helped my students to see the lengths a man would go to for the freedom of his people.  It also helped them to see that the fight for civil rights of people is not only an issue in the history of America, but other nations have experienced this fight, as well. Through discourse and questioning, my students gained a deeper understanding of Nelson Mandela as a man who fought for a worthy cause.

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Nelson Mandela

Unit 2: Civil Rights as a Global Issue
Lesson 1 of 6

Objective: SWBAT determine Nelson Mandela's impact on civil rights in South Africa.

Big Idea: Students will gain an understanding of Nelson Mandela's successful fight to end apartheid.

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