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Week 7 Lesson 1: An overview of the Second United Front

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Transcript of Week 7 Lesson 1: An overview of the Second United Front

Entry activity

1. Working in pairs.

2. We have 8 minutes.
Recap: Quiz – from the Long March (1934-35) to the establishment of the PRC (1949)
LI: To understand how the
Second United Front

(1936-1946)
contributed to the development of the Chinese Revolution of 1949.

SC: Students will be able to critically evaluate the impact of the
Xi’an Incident
on the GMD and CCP, as well as the importance of public perceptions of who took on the Japanese.

Lecture overview of Second United Front
Week 7 Lesson 1: The Second United Front


What was the Second United Front?
Jiang and Mao toasting to the defeat of Japan, 1945.
Activity: Reading and questions

1. Working individually.

2. Read pp.18-19 of the readings.

3. Answer Questions B.1 & B.2 in a thorough manner (10-12 sentences each).

4. We have 20 minutes.

5. Class discussion to follow.
Activity: Reading and questions
1. Working individually.

2. Read pp.20-21 of the readings.

3. Answer the following paragraph question from the 2015 exam
IN DOT-POINT FORM
. The focus is on following the structure in the handout:

Using three or four points, explain how the Second Sino-Japanese War, 1937–1945, contributed to the development of the Chinese Revolution up to and including 1945.

Provide evidence to support your answer.

4. We have 25 minutes.

5. Class discussion to follow.
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