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  • THE ORIGINS OF APARTHEID

    UNDERSTANDING APARTHEID Apartheid why study it?

    MEMORY AND THE APARTHEID MUSEUM The struggle of memory against forgetting

    EXPLAINING APARTHEID: DIFFERENT APPROACHES How did apartheid come about? 1. The Afrikaner Nationalist Approach 2. The Liberal Approach 3. The Radical Approach 4. The Social History Approach

    THE GLITTER OF GOLD: LAYING THE FOUNDATIONS OF APARTHEID

    JOURNEYS TO THE GOLDFIELDS Where was this source of cheap labour to come from? Why migrant labour? Abe Bailey a self-made man Mahudu Nkadimeng a migrant worker What do these journeys tell us?

  • UNDERSTANDING APARTHEIDWhat is history?

    Apartheid why study it?

    MEMORY AND THE APARTHEID MUSEUM

    GRADE 8 and 9

    GRADE 11

    GRADE 12

  • New words

  • Activity 1: Remembering the past

    The struggle of memory against forgettingNew words

  • Activity 2: Remembering your own history

    EXPLAINING APARTHEID: DIFFERENT APPROACHES

    GRADE 11

    How did apartheid come about?

    1. The Afrikaner Nationalist Approach

    Race and apartheid

  • 2. The Liberal Approach

    3. The Radical Approach

  • 4. The Social History Approach

    New words

    Activity 3: Understanding different schools of thought (*)

  • THE GLITTER OF GOLD: LAYING THE FOUNDATIONS OF APARTHEID

    GRADE 8

    GRADE 11

    Activity 4: Examining a photograph as an historical source (*)

  • Activity 5: Comparing photographs

    JOURNEYS TO THE GOLDFIELDSGRADE 8

    GRADE 11

    New word

  • Activity 6: The needs of the gold mines

    What the mines needed

  • Where was this source of cheap labour to come from?

    Why migrant labour?

    Abe Bailey a self-made man

    New words

  • Activity 7: The self-made man or woman (*)

    Mahudu Nkadimeng a migrant worker

  • What do these journeys tell us?New words

    Summative Assessment