How did Britain increase their influence in South Africa? C ...

How did Britain increase their influence in South Africa? C ...

How did Britain increase their influence in South Africa? C aim to explain the different ways Britain increased their influence in South Africa B aim to explain the different ways Britain increased their influence and track this over time A/A* aim to explain how effectively Britain increased their influence in South Africa over time Add to this mind-map on how Cecil Rhodes increased British influence in South Africa.

How did Cecil Rhodes increase Britains influence in South Africa? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MXex6yMvUmI&safe=active 3 mins 40 s

Make a timeline showing British influence in South Africa up to the 1890s Read the information about the Zulu Wars. Highlight key points as you read it. Summarise each heading in two sentences. What happened in the Zulu Wars? How did the Zulu Wars help Britain to increase their influence?

Check homework/catch-up work/give out predicted grades. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1csr0dx alpI Pink = Britain Orange = Boers Yellow = borders of land

predominantly ruled by Africans Blank = land ruled by Africans Plan an answer to this question in fours. Britain increased their influence in South Africa due to men on the spot. How far do you agree with this statement? Team write assign one person to each part. Introduction, one side of the argument,

second side of the argument, conclusion. Open evening Battlefields deadline is Friday. Homework due Thursday 20th November Research the First Boer War and answer these questions.

1. What caused the First Boer War? 2. What happened in the First Boer War? 3. What was the outcome of the First Boer War? 4. How did the First Boer War affect British influence in South Africa?

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