American Imperialism: Graphic Organizer, DBQ, and Video Guide

American Imperialism: Graphic Organizer, DBQ, and Video Guide
American Imperialism: Graphic Organizer, DBQ, and Video Guide
American Imperialism: Graphic Organizer, DBQ, and Video Guide
American Imperialism: Graphic Organizer, DBQ, and Video Guide
American Imperialism: Graphic Organizer, DBQ, and Video Guide
American Imperialism: Graphic Organizer, DBQ, and Video Guide
American Imperialism: Graphic Organizer, DBQ, and Video Guide
American Imperialism: Graphic Organizer, DBQ, and Video Guide
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  1. Teacher-prepared notes show students what is important and how ideas relate, and offer a model for how students should take notes themselves (Marzano et al., 2001). These teacher-created notes help U.S. history students understand how, in the early 1900s, the United States engaged in conflicts in Pu
  2. This 30-minute video explores American expansion during the late 19th century and early 20th century. The video is fecund with information, and does a great job of breaking down the key land acquisitions made by the United States (i.e., the video looks at the land acquisitions that occurred in Cuba,
  3. DBQs are an excellent way to hit most of the Common Core standards in your class. If there is one activity that encapsulates the requirements of the Common Core - the DBQ is it! Prompt: What were the motives for American Imperialism and what problem(s) arose with these newly acquired territories? He
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The Forgotten Story of Ota Benga (Includes Audio Link)
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This is bundle is a great supplement to your unit on American Imperialism! This product includes a graphic organizer that provides students with an overview of American Imperialism during the late 19th and early 20th century. It also includes a video guide for "America Becomes a World Power." This video is incredibly useful and insightful. Lastly, this product includes a document-based question. The prompt is: What were the motives for American Imperialism and what problem(s) arose with these newly acquired territories?

Here is a list of the documents:

1. Sea Power, Alfred T. Mahan (1890)

2. Encyclopedia Britannia, Excerpt about Open Door Notes

3. Rudyard Kipling, The White Man's Burden (1899)

4. Emilio Aguinaldo, Central Filipino Committee, LETTER TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE, (1899).

5. Article VII of the Platt Amendment of 1903.

6. February 1901, "To the Person Sitting in Darkness," by Mark Twain

*** This bundle includes a free product: The Forgotten Story of Otta Benga! This story is an amazing example of the impact of American Imperialism!

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