Pakistan/A brief history

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Welcome to this learning project about Pakistan- a brief history

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Learning Project Summary[edit | edit source]

  • Time investment:Work in progress, unsure at this point
  • Assessment suggestions:essays (etc.) shall be set in due course
  • Portal:(Social Sciences)
  • School:(School of History)
  • Department: Indic History
  • Level: Basic

Content summary[edit | edit source]

This learning project is all about the country that has recently been at the forefront of the press.

Goals[edit | edit source]

This learning project aims to..

  • Educate about the basic origins of Pakistan
    • Pre-partition
      • Mughals (see Mughal India)
    • Founding Fathers
      • Muhammad Ali Jinnah (Quaid-i-Azam)
  • Discuss modern Pakistan (on a daily basis)
  • Inform about poltical and socio-economic issues.
    • Relations with the West
      • The War on Terror

Above is a basic outline- more topics shall be covered but these are the main points.

Contents[edit | edit source]

Learning materials[edit | edit source]

(Including some internal materials- for mroe see the box below)

(more shall be added in due course, if more sources are needed the external links sections of the Wikipedia articles are good.)

Lessons[edit | edit source]

Introduction to Pakistan

Active participants[edit | edit source]

Active participants in this Learning Group

  • geminibubblegum

Learning materials[edit | edit source]

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