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Exploring Values Through History: Lesson Plan on the Theme of Courage - Grade: 4 - Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statement (CAPS) page no.: Grade 4 History, Page 39 - Content/Concept Area: Social S


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Question: Create a sample of lesson plan on how values can be taught in a history lesson, select a theme/ topic within the history CAPS, include CAPS page no and content/ concept area.

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**Subject:** History **Grade Level:** 8 **Unit/Theme:** Colonialism **CAPS Reference:** Pages: 22 - 24 Content Area: Social Sciences (History) **Duration:** 60 minutes **Objective:** Students will be able to understand the concept of colonialism and its effects. They will be able to make judgments about historical events using the values of human rights, fairness, and empathy. **Materials Required:** CAPS textbook, chart paper, markers, pens, and notebook **Lesson Procedure:** 1. **Introduction (10 min):** Start the lesson with a brief discussion on colonization. Ask students about their prior knowledge on the topic. 2. **Instruction (20 min):** Explain the concept of colonialism, its origins, and its impacts, drawing from examples around the world, as explained on page 23 - 24 of the CAPS reference. Ensure to introduce the countries affected by colonialism and its lasting influences. 3. **Activity (20 min):** Divide students into groups and assign each group a specific colony. Ask them to research the colony's history during and after colonization and to discuss within their group about how the principles of human rights were violated during this period. 4. **Class Discussion (10 min):** Invite each group to share their findings. Engage the entire class in a discussion about the unbalanced power dynamics, violation of human rights, and the self-fulfillment of colonizers. Encourage pupils to discuss these issues from the perspective of empathy and fairness. 5. **Reflection (10 min):** As a closing activity, ask students how history teaches us values? Get them to write a short paragraph reflecting on what they have learned, the values they think have been highlighted, and how they could apply these values today. **Assessment:** Evaluate the group presentations for understanding and research, and check the reflective paragraphs for insight gained and connection to values. **Homework:** Ask students to find a current issue related to violation of human rights and prepare a short report explaining how they could use the values learnt to help rectify the situation. **Note:** All activities are designed to make learners aware of values such as human rights, cultural respect, empathy, fairness, etc. Also, this lesson stimulates critical thinking and helps learners connect past injustices with present ones and fosters the learning of how to correct them.

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April 9, 2024, 11:14 a.m.

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Published: Tuesday, April 9, 2024

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