Analyzing the Long Term Impacts of Imperialism: Seminar Preparations

Unit 13: Speaking and Listening: Imperialism Seminar
Lesson 4 of 5

Objective: SWBAT gather textual evidence, formulate questions and prepare for a seminar style discussion by researching, reading and taking notes on modern impacts of imperialism.

Big Idea: In our final day of seminar prep, we will bring our research to modern context to explore the long term impacts of imperialism on the continent of Africa.

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English / Language Arts, Reading, Comprehension (Reading), textual evidence, Literature, World Literature, Imperialism, Heart of Darkness, Joseph Conrad, Seminar, sources, film viewing
  55 minutes
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