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Nation Against Nation: The Continued Fight And Struggles In Ireland Irish History Leadership Nationalism Propaganda Imperialism Michael Collins negotiates first treaty toward Irish Independence A Tour of Ireland Today Food and Culture Chat with Irish students at Trinity College in Dublin With discussion regarding ongoing Fight for Northern Irish Independence. The Irish Parliamentary Party strove from the 1880’s to attain home rule, winning it in the Home Rule Act 1914. After World War l, an Easter Rising staged in Ireland returned physical force and violence as nationalist Irish anti-British rebels renewed the vigorous and dedicated battle for independence from imperial England. The Irish Potato Famine and poverty has brought millions of Irish emigrants to the United States.
• Tuuu History Leadership Nationalism Propaganda Imperialism A Tour of Ireland Food and Culture Dublin to avoid political vulnerability. Great international discussion opportunity speaking w/Trinity College students. Arrange extra credit for resumes w/the college, Dept. History. Account for time difference. Nation Against Nation: The Continued Fights and Struggles in Ireland Emaze: Multi-media Presentations Think Link: Tagging rotating images with text and links photos and videos. Add music, sound, such as U 2’s “Sunday Bloody Sunday” Adobe Spark Post: Also allows messaging, impactful through design techniques, allows images, icons (flag, IRA symbols, Irish icons), propaganda posters, and urban graffiti photos Multi-media, web appropriate template and weight to “hook” a reader to “click through” for more information. Keep images rotating and fresh for retention of site “hits. ” Text Content Box Web appropriate, short block of historical text. Rotates and updates news in historical context. Cite Newspaper stories on current Irish and British events. Also maps can overlay. My maps, Adobe Spark Post, Think Link, Tackk. com Rotating film that links to multi-media, edited film clips of Irish related content. Vey visual and intriguing. We. Video: editing Design “callout”: hot news!! Historical tied images, such as the Potato Famine, Battles for Irish Independence, News Front Pages, Propaganda, links to diaries Tackk. com, Adobe Spark Post, Emaze, Think Link Design call out!!
Lesson: Ireland: Continued Fighting and Struggle Today https: //www. irelandcontinuedfighting. com/studentssandi/…/struggle-today Objective: An AP 10 th grade World History Unit that focuses on comparative nationalistic, intra-country civil war. This project calls upon students to employ critical thinking, collaboration, creativity (creators), and communication to design a multi-media, interactive international website that encompasses student team choices of historical and current inter-twined topics. Students will conduct secondary and primary research, turning over “every rock” to uncover multiple sources that enlighten those interested in Ireland’s tumultuous colonial history. The unit project will address “cause and effect” through Irish History—and may draw upon inter-disciplinary studies and parallel global situations; and, also evaluate “change over time”—as historians. Topics should include hyper-links off of main left web screen toolbar that include: Irish history, English colonial history, nationalism, imperialism, popular culture, culture and touring Ireland, geography, class and status, as as well as militarism (guerrilla war. ) Purpose: To instill critical thinking and inter-disciplinary perspectives through studying an intriguing and provocative subject, such as Sein Finn, The Irish Republican Army, and the British “Crown. ” Why did Ireland fight so hard to establish The Republic of Ireland; and why was Ulster, or Northern Ireland, left out of the post-WWl Treaty first negotiated by leader Michael Collins? What drives and galvanizes continued civil war between Irish militaristic and regional factions? Students often find it shocking that such guerrilla warfare exists in Western Europe—not like well-known stories emanating out of Africa, the Middle East, South and Central America, Asia, or the former U. S. S. R. Pedagogy: This unit uses the precepts from “ 8 Characteristics of the Innovation Mindset. ” Student intelligence and talent derives from better ideas— topics that do not “collect dust. ” This website strives to put into motion a pro-active agreement with Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland, that will establish a method allowing a selected platform for the AP World History students to seek “chats” with Irish students. Trinity College in Dublin provides a university setting in The Republic of Ireland that wouldn’t be as risky as pulling inter-action with more vulnerable voices out of Northern Ireland. This historical and current events voyage jumps out of a traditional educator’s box. On the SMAR scale, building a collaborative, communicative, creator based, and critical thinking website—rich in-depth themes, with fresh data—places student work on the “Redefinition” plane. As noted on the second screen grab, hyperlinks, rotating film and images, propaganda, “hot news”, mapping and touring, and international chatting will demand use of multiple google design tools
Web Quest Design Patterns Name Description History and Imperialism: Links to student found reputable Internet primary sources that reveal the history of English colonialism, multiple occupations of Ireland by diverse conquerors, The Republic of Ireland division among Irish rebels, founding the Irish Republican Army, the militaristic arm of Sein Finn. Leadership Propaganda Imperialism A Tour of Ireland Food and Culture Primary Rotating Image Chat Room Content Block “Hot News” Right Side Film and Culture Link Right Side Template Block for Selected News Images Leadership, Propaganda, “ Hot Links”, and template interactive blocks: Provide multiple hyper-links to a 2 nd layer of the website map, and into a 3 rd layer of links for more in-depth information. All includes posters, urban graffiti, breaking news on the IRA, edited clips of film, such as “in the Name of The Father”, “ 66 Days: Bobby Sands”, “Michael Collins”, and “Sunday Bloody Sunday”. Through interactive multimedia tools cited, music may play in the background, like U-2’s Description cont… “Sunday Bloody Sunday”, or inflective readings from literature like “Angela’s Ashes”, The Diary of a Scullery Maid”, “Death Diary: A Year of London Murder, Execution, Terrorism, & Treason. ” Mapping and Touring Ireland, Culture and Food, Nationalism blocks within the template also make use of study and outcomes at the “Reinvention” SMAR plane, for students throughout the site, will work in teams that leverage individual digital technology strengths, cultural responsiveness, inter-disciplinary critical thinking that ties the present to the past, communication with Irish students that will call for competence and emotional intelligence when interviewing and discussing current Irish events, and those with extremely talented programming and design skills, while they transform the way we learn. Examples EE