ApartheidRugbyNelson MandelaFrançois PienaarWilliam HenleySouth Africa
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Invictus: Poetry and Apartheid   Tags: apartheid, invictus, poetry, poetry_apartheid  

Students will research different aspects of apartheid and South Africa to analyze and to write a poem.
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1. Research and write a summary of an aspect of apartheid in South Africa in a small group (3-4 people). Click on the link for your subject under the Research tab and answer the specific questions. For the research, you may use the Britannica widget on this page or each subject has links on its page on the right.

2. Write up your findings in ONE page. Remember to properly cite your sources, make a works cited page, and use the 6 traits of writing. Turn in one paper for your group, but make sure all the members' names are on it. See the links on this page for citing and for the 6 Traits. Your paper must be typed in size 12 Arial or Times New Roman.

3. Present your material to the class. Prepare a visual and interactive hand out or notes. If you need copies, give it to me a day in advance, and I will make copies for the class.

Some ideas for visuals:
a. picture
b. PowerPoint
c. song
d. video
e. food
f.  item from the time period

Some ideas for a hand out:
a. T/F quiz
b. fill in the blank notes
c. multiple choice quiz
d. short answer questions
e. crossword puzzle (click here)

 

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