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Non-Violence

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Pro-War

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Concept list 5 is due Thursday, March 10

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.Forum post 5 (The Non-Violence Framework) is due Friday, March 11th at 12pm.Quest 4 will be on concept list 5 and why Egypt matters. Current event reports on Thursday and Friday.Daniel Rodriguez Fidel SalinasJeremiah MaresGerardo Mares

Announcements

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Thought Questions

Explain whether you would or would not take the vows to march with Gandhi.

Which vow would struggle to uphold?

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The belief that violence can bring about positive change through violent or negative means .

Example

The United States invaded Iraq and removed Sadahm Hussein from power under the assumption that violence must be used to bring democracy to the people of Iraqi. Pro-War Worldview

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The belief that positive change can only occur when positive means are used.

They are not pacifists. Pacifism Gandhi observed that "Passive resistance, unlike nonviolence, has no power to change men' s hearts." Pacifism taken to an extreme means not resisting evil.

Non-violent resistance is something fundamentally different to pacifism. Non-violent resistance is based in carrying out an all out struggle against injustice without using violent means.ExamplesNelson Mandela in South Africa, MLK in the Civil Rights, and Gandhi in India.

Non-Violence Worldview

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Log the following clip in your video source graphic organizer:

Title

History of Non-Violence Part 1Unit: North African RevolutionsTheme: Non-ViolenceThread: WorldviewHistory of Non-Violence

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What Made Non-Violence Work?

Document-Based Question

Gandhi, King and Mandela:

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Concept list 5 is due tomorrow.

Current events report

Jeremiah MaresJerry Mares Announcements

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The following video can be used as a DBQ source and must be logged using your video source graphic organizer.

Title:

Non-Violence Speech by GandhiUnit: North African RevolutionsTheme: Non-ViolenceThread: WorldviewDBQ Film Clip

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What Made Non-Violence Work?

Document-Based Question

Gandhi, King and Mandela:

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Concept list 5 is due today. It can be turned into tomorrow for half credit.

Forum post 5 is due tomorrow by 12pm.

(Non-violence Framework) Thursday and Friday will be used to analyze DBQ docs.Monday will be dedicated to DBQ in-class essay. Current Events PresentationsJeremiah MaresJerry Mares

Announcements

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The following video can be used as a DBQ source and must be logged using your video source graphic organizer.

Title

First Nelson Mandela InterviewUnit: North African RevolutionsTheme: Non-ViolenceThread: WorldviewDBQ Film Clip

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What Made Non-Violence Work?

Document-Based Question

Gandhi, King and Mandela:

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Homework: MWH Tweet 3 is due by Monday, March 14

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by 12pm. Today is our last day to analyze DBQ docs.Monday will be dedicated to DBQ in-class essay. Current Events PresentationsKhalid SmithDaniel RodriguezAnnouncements

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MWH Tweet 3 for

homework due by tomorrow at 12pm.

Concept List 6 due on Thursday, March 17th. Forum Post 6, which "Egypt, MLK and Non-violence" due by Friday, March 18th at 12pm. Announcements

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Read the background essay located on page 307.

Take at least a half page of notes by pulling out the most important information.

Determine the non-violent leader you wish to study. Select 3 documents to analyze using AP PARTS for each one. Make your write down the citation for essay.Gandhi documents: A, D, G, M, PKing documents: B, E, H, K, N, QMandela documents: C. F, I, J, O, RAll of your notes will be used for the writing assignment on Friday. Steps for DBQ Analysis

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Remember:

You are proving why the non-violence movement of your choice worked.

Thesis Statement