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Embracing Empathy through Apartheid: Teaching Values in History Education

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Question: Create a sample of lesson plan on how values can be taught in a history lesson, select a topic about Apartheid era within the history CAPS only, choose from grade 7 to 12

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Subject: History Grade Level: 9 Unit: Apartheid Era Topic: The Impact of Apartheid Lesson Duration: 1 hour OBJECTIVES At the end of the lesson, learners should be able to: 1. Understand the concept of apartheid and its implications on society. 2. Reflect and appreciate values such as freedom, equality, justice and respect for individual rights. 3. Critically analyse the historical events and perspectives that have shaped South African society today. RESOURCES Textbooks, Projector, Internet for video clips showing the events during the Apartheid era, Chart paper and markers for group work. ACTIVITIES 1. Introduction (15 minutes) - Reminder of the class rules. - A brief overview of the wider unit and the session's objectives. - Definition of Apartheid and a brief discussion about its history. 2. Main Activity (20 minutes) - Show a short video about the Apartheid era. Discuss the events, the key players and the impact on individuals and the society as a whole. - Divide the class into small groups. Each group will be given a topic about the Apartheid era (e.g., Pass Laws, Group Areas Act, etc.). Each group has to discuss and present on how individuals were affected by these policies, focusing on the loss of freedom, equality, and justice. 3. Group Work/Interaction (15 minutes) - Groups are given chart paper and markers for their presentations. - Each group presents their findings, and the teacher facilitates a class discussion based on the presentations. 4. Reflection (10 minutes) - Personal reflections from students: How would they feel if they were living during the Apartheid era? - Highlight the importance of values such as respect for individual rights, justice, equality, and freedom in our lives today. ASSESSMENT Assessment will be based on group presentations and class participation during the discussion. Learners will also write a short reflection paragraph about the lesson. HOMEWORK Prepare a one-page essay discussing one event during the Apartheid era, detailing how this event has affected the values in today's South African society. Note: This lesson plan can be adjusted based on the students’ ability, class duration, resources available and school's curriculum plan.

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April 14, 2024, 10:01 a.m.

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Published: Sunday, April 14, 2024

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