So it has been a while since I have posted about our progress and it occured to me after the second class yesterday that our discussion of the thesis for the Africa section 1750-1914 could produce a very visual approach to formulating a thesis.
Though this was off the top of my head, it illustrates that there were commonalities between the two forms of imperialism in Africa but that there was a clear shift which resulted in very different effects. Hopefully this will make it a bit clearer to approach the thesis for this Free Response.
Dr. S. Hinzman
I am a Reading School District teacher at the Reading Muhlenberg Career Technology Center. My educational background includes a B.A. from Pennsylvania State University in History with a minor in Religious studies. After PSU, I earned my Masters in Urban Education and Secondary Teaching Certification from Alvernia University. Also from Alvernia, I have earned my Ph.D. in Educational Leadership. I have certification through the College Board for the teaching of Advanced Placement World History and have been teaching world history for 10 years. I have also taught: Citizenship, Sociology, and American History.