1. Topic-
Chapter 19.2: pp. 596-603, National Unification and the National State
2. Content-
The rise of nationalism contributed to the unification of Italy and Germany not true for all people of Europe.
Key Vocabulary: Militarism, Kaiser, plebiscite, emancipation, abolitionism, secede
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1.SS.A.3.4.7: students will understand significant political developments in Europe in the 19th century
2.SS.A.1.4.4: Students will use chronology, sequencing, patterns, and periodization to examine interpretations of an events.
4. Objectives-
1.Demonstrate knowledge of the Italian unification
2.Demonstrate knowledge of the German unification
3.Know the rise of the nationalism in the United States
5. Materials and Aids-
Glencoe text: World History, 12"x12" poster board, glue, markers, and access to a computer
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

1.Explain that many of the European countries that we know today were not a single unified nation until the mid 1800's
2.Explain that a major challenge to nationalism in the United States was the issue of slavery.
3. Explanation of 'word posters'

B. Development-

1.Provide students examples of word posters
2.Prove students with the directions to complete word poster
3.Assist student to perform computer searches to gather quality picture to complete the project
4.Show students review how past projects meet the requirements on the rubric

C. Practice-

1.Take students to the computer lab twice this week to assist in the planning of their project
2.Provide encouragement and motivation for students to complete the project within time frame.

D. Independent Practice-

1.Students complete research questions for chapter 19.3
2.Studnets design and construct their independent 'word posters'

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

1.Have students discuss and compare beliefs and costumes within their family with that of people from other counties. Students will express how having there traditions in common enhances the felling of nationalism.
2.Comply with student IEP's.

F. Checking for understanding-

1.Use verbal questioning to test student understanding
2.Engage students in open-ended discussions to assess understand and provide reinforcement

G. Closure-

Discuss with students how nationalism led to revolution in some cases, and, in others, resulted in political, social , and economic reforms
7. Evaluation-
1.Teacher generated quiz of chapter 19.2
2.Student word posters scored by teacher generated rubric.

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