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32.48 MB | 36 pages
"The Philippine War” contains files in both PDF format and Common Cartridge format (used in online learning management systems such as Schoology, Moodle, and NEO).
This zip contains the following files:
1. A master file with links to all of the PDF files included with this download. With these links you can check for updates to the files and download them at no additional cost.
2. Original mini-textbook on the Philippine War (17 pages, including citations).
The reading is divided into the following sections:
The Decision to Annex the Philippines
Ratification of the Treaty of Paris
The War: 1899-1900
The Guerilla War Begins
The Election of 1900
Batangas and the End
3. Philippine War Cartoon Challenge #1 activity: 8 political cartoons and multiple-choice questions all published during the time period covered in section 1 of the reading. Questions are designed to engage students in the interpretation and critical analysis of cartoons and to increase those skillsets.
4. The Decision to Annex the Philippines short writing and discussion activity.
5. Philippine War Cartoon Challenge #2 activity: 6 political cartoons and multiple-choice questions all published during the time period covered in section 4 of the reading. Questions are designed to engage students in the interpretation and critical analysis of cartoons and to increase those skillsets.
6. The Use of Torture in a Democracy short writing and discussion activity.
7. A set of 7 multiple-choice questions and 1 short answer question based on sections 6-8 of the Philippine War reading.
The Zip also contains a Common Cartridge format file (.imscc) that can be imported in many online Learning Management Systems, including Schoology, Moodle, and NEO. This file will import the entire unit into your LMS, including links to the PDF files. Those links may be used to deliver content directly to your students.
[Note: See your system's guidelines for how to import. This file was created by exporting out of Schoology. When importing, Schoology creates an "unused resources" folder. This can be safely deleted].
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