Imperialism and Independence for the Philippines Lesson Plan

Imperialism and Independence for the Philippines Lesson Plan
Imperialism and Independence for the Philippines Lesson Plan
Imperialism and Independence for the Philippines Lesson Plan
Imperialism and Independence for the Philippines Lesson Plan
Imperialism and Independence for the Philippines Lesson Plan
Imperialism and Independence for the Philippines Lesson Plan
Imperialism and Independence for the Philippines Lesson Plan
Imperialism and Independence for the Philippines Lesson Plan
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Imperialism and Independence for the Philippines Lesson Plan

This is a fantastic, complete lesson plan for teaching about Imperialism and how the Philippines gained independence.

The download begins with a detailed teacher lesson plan explaining exactly how to use each resource and additional extension activities and resources. Next is a warm up activity and 7 event cards for students to analyze. These events begin with the Taft Commission after the Spanish American War and continue through until the Philippines finally achieved independence after World War II.

Students create an interactive timeline based on whether each event led to lesser or greater foreign control. A completed sample for this is included. Finally, students complete an activity in which they draw a political cartoon for one of the events and answer a set of analysis questions. A key for this is included for your convenience!

All in all, this is a comprehensive and higher-level lesson plan for covering how the Philippines gained independence and why it took so long to achieve.

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Analyze in detail a series of events described in a text; determine whether earlier events caused later ones or simply preceded them.
Cite specific textual evidence to support analysis of primary and secondary sources, attending to such features as the date and origin of the information.
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Teaching Duration
90 minutes
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