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T1w8 Consequences of Conflict in Sri Lanka

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T1w8 Consequences of Conflict in Sri Lanka

  1. 1. sec 3 social studies consequences of conflict in Sri Lanka
  2. 2. previously on the previous episode of 
 “Conflict in Sri Lanka”…
  3. 3. We learn that
 some policies
  4. 4. We learn that
 some policies ‘Sinhala Only’ Policy University Admissions Criteria Resettlement Citizenship Rights
  5. 5. We learn that
 some policies ‘Sinhala Only’ Policy University Admissions Criteria Resettlement Citizenship Rights led to
  6. 6. We learn that
 some policies ‘Sinhala Only’ Policy University Admissions Criteria Resettlement Citizenship Rights led to Anger, feeling discriminated
  7. 7. We learn that
 some policies ‘Sinhala Only’ Policy University Admissions Criteria Resettlement Citizenship Rights led to led toAnger, feeling discriminated
  8. 8. We learn that
 some policies ‘Sinhala Only’ Policy University Admissions Criteria Resettlement Citizenship Rights led to led toAnger, feeling discriminated conflict
  9. 9. We learn that
 some policies conflict ‘Sinhala Only’ Policy University Admissions Criteria Resettlement Citizenship Rights led to led toAnger, feeling discriminated Today’s Focus
  10. 10. We learn that
 some policies conflict ‘Sinhala Only’ Policy University Admissions Criteria Resettlement Citizenship Rights led to led toAnger, feeling discriminated consequences ledto What are some of the effects of the conflict? Today’s Focus
  11. 11. 1) Let’s get some things right about the conflict first Ans questions in the google docs at http://goo.gl/forms/N6UK2We59H
  12. 12. We learn that
 some policies conflictled to led toAnger, feeling discriminated
  13. 13. We learn that
 some policies conflictled to led toAnger, feeling discriminated Implemented between 1950s to 1970s
  14. 14. We learn that
 some policies conflictled to led toAnger, feeling discriminated Implemented between 1950s to 1970s Immediate
  15. 15. We learn that
 some policies conflictled to led toAnger, feeling discriminated Implemented between 1950s to 1970s Immediate After decades… Started in the ‘80s - Burning of Jaffna Public Library - Black July in the 1983
  16. 16. We learn that
 some policies conflictled to led toAnger, feeling discriminated Implemented between 1950s to 1970s Immediate After decades… Started in the ‘80s - Burning of Jaffna Public Library - Black July in the 1983 What was the conflict like then? Watch the snippet and answer in google Docs: http://www.youtube.com/v/zvG5mPaTTj4? version=3&start=240&end=502&autoplay=0&hl=en _US&rel=0
  17. 17. So what were some of the consequences of the conflict?
  18. 18. We learn that
 some policies conflictled to led toAnger, feeling discriminated Watch video and ans the following questions in Google Docs http://www.youtube.com/v/zvG5mPaTTj4? version=3&start=540&end=&autoplay=0&hl= en_US&rel=0 How did the Tamils feel at that point in time? Why did they had to run away? What was the conditions like for them? (ans in google docs) consequences ledto What are some of the effects of the conflict?
  19. 19. We learn that
 some policies conflictled to led toAnger, feeling discriminated Watch video and ans the following questions in Google Docs http://www.youtube.com/v/kdg8AgweIgI? version=3&start=00&end=89&autoplay=0&hl =en_US&rel=0 Why did the Tamils join the Tamil Tigers? What were some of the things they’ve done? consequences ledto What are some of the effects of the conflict?
  20. 20. We learn that
 some policies conflictled to led toAnger, feeling discriminated Watch video and ans the following questions in Google Docs http://www.youtube.com/v/kdg8AgweIgI? version=3&start=210&end=300&autoplay=0& hl=en_US&rel=0 and http://www.youtube.com/v/gLDeDEFtzAU? version=3&start=123&end=241&autoplay=0&hl=en_U S&rel=0 Why did the conflict become a full-blown civil war / armed conflict? consequences ledto What are some of the effects of the conflict?
  21. 21. We learn that
 some policies conflictled to led toAnger, feeling discriminatedWatch video and ans the following questions in Google Docs http://www.youtube.com/v/kdg8AgweIgI? version=3&start=90&end=150&autoplay=0&h l=en_US&rel=0 and http://www.youtube.com/v/kdg8AgweIgI? version=3&start=300&end=394&autoplay=0& hl=en_US&rel=0 Why did India get involved? (Delhi refers to the capital of India) Why was this an issue to Sri Lanka? consequences ledto What are some of the effects of the conflict? Why were some of the Sinhalese so angry with the Indian Prime Minister? (Sinhalese nationalism = people who believe that Sri Lanka should only be for Sinhalese. Suspicious of other groups)
  22. 22. Done? You may watch the whole episode to know the conflict better https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=vgVQtCiMHz4&list=PL32674E63 D0BD8BB0&index=5

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