South African Dilemmas in the 20th Century
A document-based teaching unit
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This unit begins with an examination of the historical factors that made South Africa a deeply divided society, culminating in the government’s imposition of the apartheid system, which lasted from 1948 until the early 1990s. Students will then consider how and why the country made the transition from apartheid to multiracial democracy, asking the fundamental question: Has the abolition of apartheid brought a better life to all South Africans?
Lesson 1: Events Leading to Apartheid in South Africa
Lesson 2: The Development of Afrikaner Consciousness: Moral and Ethical Justifications for Apartheid
Lesson 3: The Rise of Black African Militancy Against Apartheid
Lesson 4: A New Generation: Steve Biko and the Black Consciousness Movement
Lesson 5: States of Emergency
Lesson 6: Nelson Mandela and the New South Africa
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