What is the impact of the economy on South and East
Asia?
Identify the
countries in South
& East Asia.
What is the impact of the economy on South and East
Asia?
• Complete the Study Guide provided to
you.
• You may use:
– Your notes from last week
– Your CRCT Coach Book
– Academic discussion with your partner
SS7E8: The student will analyze
different economic systems in China,
India, Japan, and North Korea.
SS7E9: The student will explain
how voluntary trade benefits
buyers and sellers in Southern
and Eastern Asia.
SS7E10: The student will describe the factors
that influence economic growth and
examine their presence or absence in India,
China, and Japan.
What is the impact of the economy on
South and East Asia?
• Unit Test
– There should be
no talking - Talking will
result in a 0.
After the Test:
My Superhero Page
Economic problems plague many countries around the
world. Draw a superhero that will save the day in
areas facing economic struggles and complete the
statements on the worksheet.
Be creative!
Use the supplies to make it colorful & ready to be
posted anywhere in the school!
SS7E8: The student will analyze
different economic systems in China,
India, Japan, and North Korea.
SS7E9: The student will explain
how voluntary trade benefits
buyers and sellers in Southern
and Eastern Asia.
SS7E10: The student will describe the factors
that influence economic growth and
examine their presence or absence in India,
China, and Japan.
How did nationalism lead to
independence in India?
SS7H3: The student will analyze continuity and change in
Southern & Eastern Asia leading to the 21st century.
Your Task!
Write one sentence that tells how you think the
words in the Word Splash are related.
How did nationalism lead to
independence in India?
SS7H3: The student will analyze continuity and change in
Southern & Eastern Asia leading to the 21st century.
• Watch the video, Men of
Our Time: Gandhi.
• Complete the Inside the
Mind of Gandhi sheet:
– Write at least 4 facts and
5 symbols that you feel
are most important
based on your viewing of
the video.
How did nationalism lead to
independence in India?
SS7H3: The student will analyze continuity and change in
Southern & Eastern Asia leading to the 21st century.
Now… Tell me - - how are these words related?
Were your first assumptions correct?
Share your thoughts!
How did nationalism lead to
independence in India?
SS7H3: The student will analyze continuity and change in
Southern & Eastern Asia leading to the 21st century.
• Create a vocabulary
foldable.
nationalism
Gandhi
• Label each section as
you see here.
non-violence independence
• Define the words.
– What do you remember
from yesterday?
How did nationalism lead to
independence in India?
SS7H3: The student will analyze continuity and change in
Southern & Eastern Asia leading to the 21st century.
Check your answers!
Nationalism:
Gandhi:
The belief that people should be
the lawyer who became the famed
loyal to those with whom they
leader of the Indian revolts against
share common history customs,
the British rule through his
origins, and sometimes language or philosophy of non-violent protest
religion
non-violence:
Independence:
absence of violence
exercise self-government
How did nationalism lead to
independence in India?
SS7H3: The student will analyze continuity and change in
Southern & Eastern Asia leading to the 21st century.
Watch the video: Gandi – Tool: The Pot
1) Gandhi said, “We will not ____ anyone or ____ anyone!”
2) “They will have my dead body but never my _____.”
3) What did they do to the people who were gathered peacefully in
the courtyard?
4) The newspaper headline said that “Mahatmas Gandhi would _____
until death”.
5) Gandhi was told that in all the temples they vowed to never _____.
A feeling of nationalism began to surface in India in
the 1800’s . People began to be upset that their
country was a part of the British colonial empire.
They were second class citizens in their own
country. Indians growing of fine cotton and
weaving were considered traditional crafts. Indians
were forced to send all of their cotton to Britain
and then had to buy the finished cloth from the
British factories. This was like the American
colonies before the revolution.
S.G.: As a reaction to British
rule, Indian nationalism
began in the 1800’s.
SS7H3: The student will analyze continuity and change in
Southern & Eastern Asia leading to the 21st century.
S. G.: One of the
early goals of the
Indian National
Congress was they
wanted greater
independence
from British
control.
SS7H3: The student will analyze continuity and change in
Southern & Eastern Asia leading to the 21st century.
S. G.: To encourage
the British to grant
India greater
freedom after the
war, the Indians
helped the British in
World War I.
SS7H3: The student will analyze continuity and change in
Southern & Eastern Asia leading to the 21st century.
Indian political leader
Mahatma Gandhi
(1869-1948) believed
in nonviolence, or
satyagraha, to achieve
political change.
SG: One of Gandhi’s main strategies in dealing
with the British was to insist his followers use
non-violence.
SS7H3: The student will analyze continuity and change in
Southern & Eastern Asia leading to the 21st century.
After becoming leader of the Indian
National Congress in 1921,
Mahatma Gandhi rallied peasants,
farmers, and workers in India to
help the country become
independent of foreign rule.
SG: Gandhi urged Indians
during World War II to not
choose a side during the
war.
SS7H3: The student will analyze continuity and change in
Southern & Eastern Asia leading to the 21st century.
S.G.: Gandhi’s
plan was to
refuse to obey
unjust British
laws. This was
called civil
disobedience.
SS7H3: The student will analyze continuity and change in
Southern & Eastern Asia leading to the 21st century.
SS7H3: The student will analyze continuity and change in
Southern & Eastern Asia leading to the 21st century.
SS7H3: The student will analyze continuity and change in
Southern & Eastern Asia leading to the 21st century.
S. G.: The Indians were
offered the dominion
statue in the 1930s but
they refused it because
they wanted total
freedom from Great
Britain.
SS7H3: The student will analyze continuity and change in
Southern & Eastern Asia leading to the 21st century.
S. G.: Independence finally
came in 1947 but the Indians
were unhappy because the
country had been divided due
to religious differences.
S. G.: Religion determined
where people would live in the
new states that were created
after independence.
SS7H3: The student will analyze continuity and change in
Southern & Eastern Asia leading to the 21st century.
Eureka!: The India File:
The Struggle for Freedom
Your Task:
From the information presented
in the video, create a timeline to
emphasize India’s political
history, from a divided country
to a British colony, and
ultimately an independent
democracy.
Divided
Country Info
British
Colony Info
Independent
Colony Info
SS7H3: The student will analyze continuity and change in
Southern & Eastern Asia leading to the 21st century.
Let’s Chat - - What do you know?
• Help Me Create My Timeline!
– Give me specific facts to add to the timeline
below.
Divided
Country Info
British
Colony Info
SS7H3: The student will analyze continuity and change in
Southern & Eastern Asia leading to the 21st century.
Independent
Colony Info
How did nationalism lead to
independence in India?
SS7H3: The student will analyze continuity and change in
Southern & Eastern Asia leading to the 21st century.
• Quiz Time!
– You may use your vocabulary
foldable.
– You may use your notes from
Wednesday and Thursday.
– Take your time & be sure to
answer the specific questions
presented!
How did nationalism lead to
independence in India?
SS7H3: The student will analyze continuity and change in
Southern & Eastern Asia leading to the 21st century.
• Read the article, Gandhi
• Code the text as you read
• Answer the questions based on the evidence obtained from your reading of the
text
! = Surprise me
? = Question
I = Important
K = Key
T = Talk
H = Huh?
C = Cause
E = Effect
L = Learned something
F = Fact
O = Opinion
How did nationalism lead to
independence in India?
SS7H3: The student will analyze continuity and change in
Southern & Eastern Asia leading to the 21st century.
• Write a brief letter to Gandhi to let
him know whether or not you want
to join his cause.
– Explain your reasoning and provide
specific evidence from the article.
– Example:
• I really admire your desires to bring forth
independence through nonviolent acts.
There is too much violence in the world
today, and I think your approach will be
much more effective!
Dear Gandhi,
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