Monday 4.16
Tuesday 4.17
Wednesday 4.18
Thursday 4.19
Friday 4.20
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RH.11-12.2

SWBAT: Analyze multiple texts to evaluate key features of Nigerian political institutions

Do Now: Answer and discuss 1,3,4 of Lesson 1 with your group.

Agenda:
1. CFU from Do Now
2. Using PPT, discuss Political Institutions of Nigeria.
3. Compare and Contrast Executive/Legislative/Judicial Branches of Government in Nigeria to AP 6. Which is most similar?
4. Exit ticket: Students must write 1 similarity of Nigeria to another AP6 state, and 1 difference to an AP6 State.


Read pp. 482-496 with key terms
PSAT Test
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RH.11-12.2

SWBAT: Analyze multiple texts to evaluate key features of Nigerian political institutions

Do Now: What type of Government does Nigeria currently have? Will it last?

Agend:
1.CFU from Do Now
2.Lesson 3 of Nigeria’s Constitution
> Students will analyze the Nigerian constitution.
>How does Nigeria’s constitution compare to other AP 6?
>Why has Nigeria constantly changed its constitution? Is this one good? Will it last? Why?


HMWK: Read 508-523 with key terms
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RH.11-12.2

SWBAT: Analyze multiple texts to evaluate social cleavages in Nigeria


Do Now:1.>How does Nigeria’s constitution compare to other AP 6?
2. Why does Boko Haram present a challenge for Nigeria? Is there any other terrorist group in other AP6 that present similar challenges?

Agenda:
1.In groups, students will research a variety of social cleavages in Nigeria using the website: __http://smiccompgov.weebly.com/societal-cleavages-of-nigeria.html__
2. Students will evaluate and explain the three most critical cleavages in NIgeria..
3. Using the PPT explain social cleavages.
4. Students will compare and contrast the website and text concerning significant social cleavages.
5. What are the cross-cutting cleavages? What are coinciding cleavages?
__6. Boko Haram__

HMK: Read pp. 496-508 with key terms
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.SL.11-12.1.D
SWBAT: Respond thoughtfully to diverse perspectives; synthesize comments, claims, and evidence made on all sides of an issue regarding political economics and foreign relations in Nigeria.

Do Now: Vocab Quiz

Agenda:
1.Lesson 4 Oil and Political Corruption
2. Students work in groups to complete Lesson 4 analysis and discussion questions.
3. Share out discussion question answers.

How does Nigeria compare to Iran as a rentier state?


HMWK: Read pp. 523-532 with key terms