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HISTORY OF THAILAND

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THE EXTENSION OF EUROPEAN

1.1 – Siam’s foreign • Describe Rama III Foreign Monarchy Comprehension Activity:
relations under Policy Open-door Group Work / Presentation
Rama III (1824-
• Examine Siam’s relations Policy
51) Analysis Each group will prepare a
- Rama III and with the Malay States, Buffer state graphic organizer on the
INFLUENCE

the Malay States Britain and the United Burney Treaty – to be


States Tripartite peace
- Rama III and Comparison presented using an O.H.P
talks
Britain • Explain the historical term: Group Work
- Rama III and Annamisation Ceding of
the United territories Reasoning Each group will make a
States Graphic Organizer on Rama
Extraterritorial
- Rama III and III’s foreign relations
rights Summarizing
the Laotian (Britain & USA)
States Annamisation
- Rama III and
Cambodia Communication

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1.2 – Foreign • Discuss King Mongkut and Activity:
relations under King Chulalongkorn Group Work
Mongkut and Foreign Policy Graphic Organiser on
Chulalongkorn
• Differentiate Siam Mongkut’s relations with
- Foreign relations with Britain and Britain and France.
relations under France under the two
King Mongkut Siamese Kings
- Mongkut • Describe the reforms and
relation with reforms of the two
Britain Siamese Kings in helping
- Mongkut to preserve its
relation with independence
France
- Foreign
relation under
King
Chulalongkorn
- Relations with
France
- Relations with
Britain
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UNDER MONGKUT

2.1 – Changes • Explain how Mongkut’s Regent Comprehension Graphic Organizer


DEVELOPMENT

during the reign foreign policies and Summarizing Mongkut


Debt slavery Analysis
of King Mongkut reforms helped to internal reforms:
preserve Siam’s Understanding - Administrative
- Attempts to
change independence Empathy Reforms
Siamese - Economic Reforms
Communicating - Social Reforms
attitudes
Comparing
- Attempts to
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increase Categorising
Siamese
efficiency
AND CHULALONGKORN

2.2 – Changes • Explain how the foreign Activity:


during the reign policies and reforms of Graphic Organizer
of King Chulalongkorn Summarizing
Chulalongkorn helped to preserve Siam’s Chulalongkorn’s internal
- Attempts to independence reforms:
change - Administrative
Siamese Reforms
attitudes - Economic Reforms
- Social Reforms
- Attempts to
improve - Judicial Reforms
Siamese
efficiency

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DEVELOPMENT BEFORE THE PACIFIC WAR

3.1 – From • Discuss the reforms Liberal Comprehension Activity:


autocracy to introduced by Vajiravudh Legal System Analysis Group Work / Presentation
revolution and Prahadhipok Each group will make a
Autocrat Understanding
- The reign of • Explain the historical term graphic organizer on
Vajiravudh ‘coup d’etat Constitutional Empathy Vajiravudh’s Social Reforms,
1910-1925 Monarchy Vajiravudh Government and
• Examine the causes of the Communicating
Bloodless Vajiravudh Foreign Policy
- The reign of 1932 Revolution and its Comparing
Prajadhipok impact Revolution
Categorizing Graphic Organizer
1925-1935 Democracy
• Outline the developments Summarize the aims, causes
- The 1932 which led to the rise of the Economic and result of the 1932
Revolution military in Siam Efficiency Revolution
Economic
Depression
3.2 – Constitutional • Explain the foreign policy Activity:
government in of Thailand and during and Provisional
Work in pairs
Siam 1941-1954 immediately after the Constitution
Student A – summarizes the
- The WWII Assembly & internal factors for the
Provisional • Examine the internal and Cabinet failure of parliamentary
Government external problems democracy in Thailand
Marxist
Thailand’s faced Student B – summarizes the
- The Philosophy
immediately after the external factors for the
December
WWII Coup failure of parliamentary
1932
democracy in Thailand
Constitution • Discus the reasons for the
- Problems for failure of parliamentary Graphic Organizer
the democracy Showing the different
government policies adopted by the Thai
government during and
- Pibul
after World War II
Songgram
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became the
Prime Minister
- Pibul
Songgram
and Siamese
nationalism

2 SOUTHEAST ASEAN COUNTRIES – SUMMARISE (INDONESIA AND THE PHILIPPINES = 12 WEEKS)


HISTORY OF INDONESIA (6 WEEKS)

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DUTCH RULE IN THE 19TH
DEVELOPMENTS UNDER

1.1 – The Java War • Explain the historical term: Volksraad Comprehension Activity 1
1825 -1830 land leasing in Java Ethical policy Analysis Graphic Organizer
- Reason • Describe the causes, Land leasing - Comparing the Culture
s for the events and consequences System, Liberal Policy
outbreak of of the Java War Culture system
and Ethical Policy
the Java War Liberal policy
- The
events of the
Java War
- The
consequence
s of the Java
War

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1.2 – The • Explain the reasons for the
administrative introduction of the Culture
structures and System, the Liberal Policy
land leasing in and the Ethical Policy
CENTURY

Java
• Describe the features and
- The Culture effects of each policy
System
- The Liberal
Policy
- The Ethical
Policy

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2.1 – The rise of • Explain the reasons for the Nationalism comprehension Activity 1
nationalism rise of nationalism in Independence analysis Graphic Organizer on
• Reasons for Indonesia reasons for rise of
Revolt
nationalism in Indonesia
NATIONALISM AND CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENTS

the growth of • Identify the aims and


nationalism features of the main Underground
• Early nationalist parties formed movement
nationalist between 1902 and 1941
movements • Describe the 1926 and
• The 1927 revolts against the
Communist in Dutch and account for the
the 1920s failure of these revolts

• Limited
success of
nationalism
up to 1930
2.2 – Indonesian • Describe the steps towards Activity 2
nationalism constitutional development Time-line on the rise of
in Indonesia between 1935 nationalism in Indonesia
• Dutch
and 1941 from 1902 to 1941
depression
• The rise and
fall of PNI
• Sukarno
• The need for
moderation
• Failure to
obtain
constitutional
change

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1.1 – Indonesia • Explain how the Japanese Greater East comprehension Activity 1
THE PACIFIC WAR AND THE IMPACT OF

under the tried to gain the support of Asia Co-


analysis Time-line on the important
Japanese the Indonesian nationalist Prosperity
events in Indonesia between
THE JAPANESE OCCUPATION

Sphere
• The Japanese • Explain how some 1942 to 1945
occupation of Indonesia nationalist co- Unemployment
Indonesia operated with the Black
Japanese in the hope of Activity 2
• Japan’s marketers
gaining independence Graphic Organizer on the
treatment of
Indonesians • Analyze the effects of the effects of the Japanese
Japanese Occupation on Occupation in Indonesia
• The role of
the nationalist movement
the
in Indonesia
nationalists in
occupied • Apply the skill they have
Indonesia learnt to answer a
structured question on the
• Was Japanese
Japanese Occupation
support for
nationalism a
mistake?

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2.1 – Revolution • Describe the terms of the Internationalis comprehension Activity 1
and the Linggadjati Agreement of m
analysis Time-line on the steps
establishment 1946 Democracy leading to the emergence of
of the Republic
• Explain why the Dutch the Republic of Indonesia
Social justice
EMERGENCE OF A NEW STATE

of Indonesia
launched two police 1945-1950
• Sukarno’s five actions against the Military conflict
principles Republican Government Provisional
Activity 2
• The • Explain the role played by Government
revolution of the United Nations in Graphic Organizer:
Police action
August 1945 helping Indonesia gain its From Battle of Surabaya to
independence the Republic of Indonesia
• Dutch
opposition to • Describe the terms agree
independence on at the Round Table
Conference in 1949
• The war of
independence • Apply the skill they have
learnt to answer a
• The
structured question on the
establishment
Indonesian Revolution,
of the
1945-1949
Republic of
Indonesia
HISTORY OF THE PHILIPPINES (6 WEEKS)

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SPANISH RULE AND THE RISE OF NATIONALISM IN THE 19TH CENTURY
1.1 – The nature and • Describe the main features Filipinisation Interpreting Divide the students into 3
impact of of Spanish rule in the groups.
Jurisdiction Analysis
Spanish rule Philippines Group 1-Encomienda
Gallion trade Comparison
• Nature of • Explain the historical term: System
Spanish rule Hispanisation Compulsory / Reasoning
Group 2-Polo System
force labour
• Importance of Group 3-Vandala System
religion Encomienda,
Polo and Each group will explain to
• Hispanisation Vandala the class how they were
• Economic System exploited under their
exploitation system.
Hispinization
1.2 – The Filipino Teacher will summarize the
• Discuss the effects of Mutiny
response to 3 systems by constructing a
Spanish rule on the
Revolution table
Spanish Filipinos
colonialism
• Distinguish the nature of
• Opposition to the Propaganda Movement
Spanish rule from that of the Katipunan
• The growth of
nationalism
• Spread of
nationalist
ideas in the
Philippines
• The call for
reform 1868-
92
• Towards
revolution
1892-6

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AMERICAN INTERVENTION AND

2.1 – American • Describe the events that World power Interpreting Graphic Organizer on the
intervention in led to the establishment of reasons for American
Excellent base Analysing
the Philippines American rule in the occupation of the
CONSTITUTIONAL

Philippines Military Understanding Philippines


• War between government
America and • Describe the reasons for Empathy - Students
Spain the Americans took control Congress construct two time-lines
Recall
of the Philippines Democracy summarizing the
• Treaty of Presenting political developments
Paris 1898 Representative
Communicating under American rule
• Reasons for s from 1900 to1912 and
Americans Comparing another from 1913 to
Veto
took control Sequencing 1941.
of the Great
depression Categorising - A timeline on
Philippines

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2.2 - American rules • Discuss the steps taken by Economic Comprehension the return of the
in the the American Government effects Americans to the
Philippines to prepare the Filipinos for Philippines until
Tariffs
independence independence in 1946
•Development Constitutional
s in the • Summarize the political, - A Graphic
government
Philippines economic and social Organizer on
developments of the Economic Philippines-US relations
- American dependency
Philippines during the and its effects
reforms
American rule
- Growth of
political
DEVELOPMENTS

parties
•Towards
independence
1913-41
- Governor
Harrison
and
Filipinization
- The
Republican
period
- The promise
of
independenc
e
- Economic
matters

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3.1 – Japanese • Give reasons for Japan’s Self-governing Interpreting A Graphic Organizer on the
invasion of the attack and victory over the impact of Japanese
THE PACIFIC WAR AND THE IMPACT OF THE
Naval base Analysis
Philippines Philippines Occupation on the
Military terms Comparison Philippines
- The Philippines • Explain the historical
in 1941 terms: open city and Air bases Reasoning
- The Japanese government-in-exile Liberation
JAPANESE OCCUPATION

invasion “Asia for


3.2 – Japanese • Discuss why Filipino Asiatic”
rule in the officials co-operated with Military
Philippines the Japanese administration
- The nature of • Analyze the success of the Naval blockade
Japanese rule Japanese resistance
movements “peso
- Cooperation of millionaires”
Filipino • Examine the effects of the
nationalists Japanese Occupation on
- The Japanese the Philippines
and Filipino
independence
- Filipino
resistance to the
Japanese
EMERGENCE OF A

4.1 – The returns of • Explain how the Americans Government-in- Comprehension - Students
NEW STATE

the Americans helped restore order in the exile construct two time-lines
Application
Philippines on their return Philippines summarizing the
Analysis political developments
• Explain the historical term: commonwealth
Evaluation under American rule
parity rights Commonwealth from 1900 to1912 and
• Discuss the post-war Congress another from 1913 to
problems in the Philippines 1941.

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4.2 – • Analyze the agreements Civil - A timeline on
Independence signed between the United Government the return of the
achieved States and the Philippines Americans to the
Elections
Philippines until
• Evaluate the effects of Military Base independence in 1946
these agreements on the
Philippines - A Graphic
Organizer on
Philippines-US relations
and its effects

REVISION FOR ‘O’ LEVEL (4 WEEKS)

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