**Updated 1/23/17 with a powerpoint that explains the Monroe Doctrine in simple terms AND includes student examples to inspire your class!
This is a fun and creative assignment! After gaining an understanding of the James Monroe's ideology, students will create a political cartoon that describes the Monroe Doctrine.
In my classroom, students use the organizer to create a rough draft, which then is beautifully perfected on a larger sheet of white construction paper. It is super fun to see the ideas that kids come up with!
There is a Monroe Doctrine primary source analysis handout in my store that is great to use before the cartooning!
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