These 10 resources for American Imperialism from 1890-1909 largely cover the acquisition of Hawaii and the Spanish-American War. Additional topics include but are not limited to: Rough Riders, White Man's Burden, Open Door Policy, Boxer Rebellion, Theodore Roosevelt, Panama Canal, and the Roosevelt Corollary. There are images, maps, political cartoons, and recap questions in the slides.
The test is multiple choice, matching a cause to an effect, and short answer. You also get a timeline review for the Spanish-American War, a mix and match review, a Text and Image Analysis (12 questions on a reading passage and 11 images), a White Man's Burden text and image analysis, an image and caption matching activity, a Rough Riders primary source analysis with 5 creative tasks, a graphic organizer on the motives for imperialism, a student opinion assessment on imperialism (3 questions), a pamphlet review activity, and an activity where students compare and contrast the different perspectives of imperialism.
All answer keys or rubrics are included where appropriate. Most of the activities would be great for a sub!
To recap, you get:
Rough Riders Primary Source Analysis and Creative Tasks
The White Man's Burden Text and Image Analysis
Imperialism Mix and Match Review
Pamphlet Review Activity
Compare and Contrast the Different Perspectives of Imperialism
Image and Caption Matching
Spanish-American War Text and Image Analysis
bonus: motives for Imperialism chart and open ended assessment
***there is pertinent information in the presenter's notes of the power point, please make sure you look at them***
This is included in my US History MEGA Bundle 1
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