HL1: Gleek at a Glance, 29 September to 2 October

Tuesday/Wednesday

  • Journal Prompt/Essential Questions: “How can we use analytical tools to explain the complexities of the world around us?”
  • Learning Objectives (IB Standards): Suez Crisis of 1956: role of Britain, France, the United States, the USSR, Israel and the UNO
  • Content: Snyder (2004)-HAVE READ BEFORE CLASS ON TUESDAY
  • Procedures: Lecture and Discussion, “Using Theory to Understand World Politics”; [BREAK]; After the break, students will begin to work on this project. Students should complete their First Image analysis by the end of the class period.
  • Assessments: Submit best journal response to Turntin.com before 11.59pm on Friday, 2 October (10 points)

Thursday

  • Journal Prompt/Essential Questions: “Using Levels of Analysis, what factors contributed to the onset, duration, and resolution of the Suez Crisis of 1956?”
  • Learning Objectives (IB Standards): Suez Crisis of 1956: role of Britain, France, the United States, the USSR, Israel and the UNO
  • Content: “The Conflict Widens: Suez, 1956” in Bickerton & Klausner, A History of the Arab-Israeli Conflict (pp. 112-120)
  • Procedures: Continue with this lesson; move on to the Second Image
  • Assessments: Submit best journal response to Turntin.com before 11.59pm on Friday, 2 October (10 points)

Friday

  • Journal Prompt/Essential Questions: “Using Levels of Analysis, what factors contributed to the onset, duration, and resolution of the Suez Crisis of 1956?”
  • Learning Objectives (IB Standards): Suez Crisis of 1956: role of Britain, France, the United States, the USSR, Israel and the UNO
  • Content: “The Conflict Widens: Suez, 1956” in Bickerton & Klausner, A History of the Arab-Israeli Conflict (pp. 112-120)
  • Procedures: Complete this lesson; move on to Third Image
  • Assessments: Submit best journal response to Turntin.com before 11.59pm on Friday, 2 October (10 points)

About Charlie Gleek

Ph.D. student in Comparative Studies and graduate instructor in the Department of English at Florida Atlantic University. My work takes place around intersections of postcolonial literature, quantitative literary analysis, and digital humanities.

Posted on 26/09/2009, in Uncategorized and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. truffleshuffle88

    http://www.hulu.com/collections/298
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