Gleek at a Glance HL1: 2-6 November

HL1 Gleek at a Glance 2-6 Novmeber

Learning Objectives

  • The October War of 1973: causes, course and consequences; role of the United States, USSR and UNO

Essential Questions

  • In what ways did the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) change the nature of the Arab-Israeli conflict?”
  • “How did the 1973 Yom Kippur War change the geopolitics of the Middle East?”

Assessments

Monday

  • Reading & Annotation, pp. 155 to (top of) 165 in Bickerton & Klausner
  • Journal Prompt, “In what ways did the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) change the nature of the Arab-Israeli conflict?”
    • Please post journal response to your blog
  • In Class Discussion topics: ‘The War of Attrition’, ‘The PLO’: Internal and External Politics, ‘The Relationship Between the PLO and the Arab States’

Tuesday/Wednesday

  • Reading & Annotation, pp. 165-173 in Bickerton & Kalusner
  • Journal Prompt, “How did the 1973 Yom Kippur War change the geopolitics of the Middle East?”
    • Please post journal responses to your blog.
  • In Class Videos: The Yom Kippur War(34 mins 45 secs)
    • Please answer the accompanying Guide Questions as you watch each video segment.
  • In Class Discussion topics, ‘Detente & the Superpowers’, ‘Egypt, Syria, Israel, and the 1973 Yom Kippur War’, ‘The Consequences of the Peace’. ‘Oil as a Weapon’

Thursday

  • OPVL Exercise
    • Document 7-1 (The Palestinian National Covenant, 1968): “Table 1”
    • Document 7-2 (UN Security Council Resolution 338, 1973): “Table 2” and “Table 5”
    • Document 7-3 (Arab Heads of State Declaration, 1974): “Table 3” and “Table 6”
    • Document 7-4 (Israel Knessent Statement-Yitzhak Rabin, 1974): “Table 4” and “Table 7”
  • Produce an OPVL analysis and post to your blog.

Friday

  • Review Exam Results from 29 October.
  • Work on Journal Response
  • Submit “Best” journal response to www.turnitin.com before 11.59pm on Friday, 6 November

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.

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