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  • 1. Essential Question  Why was Nelson Mandela so significant?
  • 2. How was Nelson Mandela treated in jail and why was he put in jail?  Nelson Mandela was put in jail for fighting apartheid.  Apartheid is a law that was passed, allowing you to discriminate.  When Nelson Mandela was in prison he had to fight for independence.  Nelson Mandela was sentenced to life imprisonment, but then he was released by F.W. de Klerk.
  • 3. How did Nelson Mandela become a good leader?  Nelson Mandela became a good leader because he was fair and honest.  Nelson Mandela was on the peoples side.
  • 4. Why is this topic important to me?  This topic is important to me, because he fought apartheid.  Nelson Mandela was the first elected president.
  • 5. What I already knew about this topic.  I already knew Nelson Mandela was put in jail for fighting apartheid.  I knew Nelson Mandela was the first elected president.  Nelson Mandela used peaceful protest.
  • 6. Important things I learned that I didn’t know before.  Nelson Mandela won the peace prize. 1993 noble
  • 7. What really stood out for me.  Nelson Mandela was arrested for what he believed in.  “Only free men; prisoners cannot enter into contracts”.