I. Translation of the Chapter Title: 1 Sentence (Translate the Chapter Title into your own words; use dictionary as needed) Nationalism: devotion to ones own nation
Political Identities: arguments that focus on self interests Asia, Africa, and Latin America: places in the world
II. Prediction Based on Chapter Title: (1 sentence—based on the title, what do you think this chapter will be about) I predict this chapter is going to be about the political identities of Asia, Africa, and Latin America.
III. Opening Story: (1 Sentence Summary):
Shanfei was a political person who was born in riches.
IV. Summary of First “White” page before the Purple Writing (2-3 sentences): This talks about how Europe was still very dominant in global relations. The nationalist and anti-imperial governments had strengthened.
V. Two Detailed Predictions About the Chapter Based on First “White” Page Before Purple Writing (2 sentences) I predict this chapter is about Europe.
I also predict this chapter is going to be about the anti-imperial governments.
I. Purple Section Title:
Asian Paths to Autonomy.
II. Purple Section Prediction (1 Sentence Prediction in Your Own Words—What Will this Section Be About): I predict this chapter is going to be about Asian paths to autonomy.
|Interactive Questions |Dates |Notes From This Section: (Use Section Titles and Italics on Side Margins!) | | | |I. Asian Paths to Autonomy | | | |A. Indian’s Quest for Home Rule | | | |1.Indian National Congress | | |Mohandas K Gandhi- |a. most influential against British Rule founded in 1885 | | |(1869- 1948) |b. Hindus and Muslims, Muslim League- both org. were established | | | |to take out British | | | |2. Mohandas K. Gandhi | | | |a. grew up in a Hindu household, married at 13, and left to go study | | | |law in London | | |Ali Jinnah |b.He went to South Africa and worked there for some time against | | |(1876-1948) |having Indians be second class, developed a technique known as | | | |passive resistance | | | |c.he became a vegetarian and renounced sex , spend hours each | | | |morning reading Bhagavad-Gita which was a sacred writing | |...