American Imperialism Activities Unit Plan | 12 Resources for US Imperialism

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In this US and American Imperialism activities unit you receive TWELVE resources to teach U.S. imperialism, the Spanish American War, the legacy of Theodore Roosevelt, the U.S. Indian Wars, Custer's Last Stand, the annexation of Hawaii and the Philippines, the Rough Riders, the Panama Canal, the Banana Wars, and much, much more. Plus, everything is 100% Google 1:1 ready!

**The U.S. Imperialism Unit Bundle is included in the much larger American History Super Unit, Version 4/6, located here:

The resources that are included in the American Imperialism unit bundle are:

1.) Little Bighorn & Custer's Last Stand: 3 Sections to Teach Both Sides of History!

2.) Wounded Knee Massacre: What Happened at Wounded Knee?

3.) Spanish-American War: US Imperialism, Rough Riders, Puerto Rico, Cuba, & More!
4.) Theodore Roosevelt, Rough Riders, & Military Service: 3 Activities for Teddy!

5.) The Panama Canal: Investigate 7 Excerpts to Learn Importance of Panama Canal!

6.) The Annexation of Hawaii: Text, Worksheet, & Primary Source Activity for Hawaii!
7.) Open Door Policy: John Hay's Open Door Policy through Cartoon Analysis!

8.) The Philippine-American War & the Banana Wars: Lesser Known U.S. Imperialism!

9.) White Man's Burden: Primary Source Analysis of Kipling's Poem (& Bonus Project!)

10.) *NEW* The Two Sides of US Imperialism Reading

11.) American Imperialism "I Can" Statements & Log: Measure Student Learning in Log!

12.) U.S. Imperialism Assessment: Two-Part Test for American Imperialism!


This imperialism bundle is focused on American History. Check out my World History imperialism bundle here!


Looking to add additional imperialism supplements to this unit? Check out...

- The U.S. Imperialism DIFFERENTIATED Primary Source pack!

- The American Imperialism Trivia Challenge Review Game

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152 pages
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1 month
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