Goal: In groups, students will teach the Latin American Independence Movements by focusing on the leaders of the movements.
Students will be divided into 6 groups:
Simon Bolivar (Venezuela) Liberator of the North
Jose San Martin (Argentina) Liberator of the South
Bernardo O’Higgins (Chile)
Toussaint L’Ouverture (Haiti)
Miguel Hidalgo/Jose Morelos (Mexico)
Benito Juarez (Mexico)
Each group will be given media time to research and create a power point on their leader. The information in the rubric must be included in the power point. Groups are responsible for bring the power point on a flash drive and checking that the drive work before the day of the presentation. 3.
Each group will create a HERO BOX for their leader. The box must include 5 items that represent your leader. The box will be graded on the informative and creative nature of the items and box. 4.
While groups are presenting, class members are required to take notes. 5.
Groups will be graded on their content, participation, and attentiveness when others are presenting.
Key events from his life
Causes and effects of the revolution/independence movement 4.
Important events of the revolution/independence movement
Compare/contrast the leader to George Washington
Compare/contrast the independence movement with the U.S. movement
The presentation was clear/easy to comprehend and included an activity.
All group members participated and presented.
All group members listened attentively to the other groups.
HERO BOX – 5 ITEMS
Latin American Project = 75 points total
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