Presentation on theme: "What is patriotic about this song?"— Presentation transcript:
1What is patriotic about this song? Guantanamera Original Poem by Jose MartíDo Now:What is patriotic about this song?(PLEASE ANNOTATE EACH STANZA)12/Guantanamera_Poem_and_Song.aspx#Instruction
2What is patriotic about this song? Yo soy un hombre sinceroDe donde crecen las palmasY antes de morirme quieroEchar mis versos del almaI am a sincere man From where the palm tree grows And before dying I want To share the verses of my soul.My verse is light green And it is flaming crimson My verse is a wounded deer Who seeks refuge on the mountain (or in the woods).I cultivate a white rose In July as in January For the sincere friend Who gives me his honest hand.And for the cruel one who would tear out thisheart with which I live I do not cultivate nettles nor thistles I cultivate a white roseWith the poor people of the earth I want to share my fate The brook of the mountains Gives me more pleasure than the seaCHORUSMi verso es de un verde claroY de un carmin encendidoQue busca en el monte amparoCHORUSCultivo la rosa blancaEn junio como en eneroPara el amigo sinceroQue me da su mano francaY para el cruelque me arrancaEl corazon con que vivoCardo ni ortiga cultivoCHORUSCon los pobres de la tierraQuiero yo mi suerte echarEl arroyo de la sierraMe complace mas que el marCHORUS
3DBQ Task: What were the political, social and economic causes for the independence movements in Latin America beginning in the 18th century.Doc(s):Doc(s):Doc(s):3
4Reflecting on Today’s Lesson: Create a Thesis Statement:What conditions inspired (influenced) Latin American independence movements in the 18th century?Consider: If YOU were living under these conditions in Latin America, why would you have wanted to revolt?
5How do I write an outline? Chapter 21, Section 3: Latin American Wars of Independence1. Sources of DiscontentEthnic and Social HierarchyEnlightenment IdeasNapoleon Bonaparte2. Haiti’s Struggle for IndependenceA Slave RevoltIndependence3. Independence for Mexico and Central AmericaEl Grito de DoloresJose MorelosIndependence AchievedNew Republics in Central America4. Independence in South AmericaA Native American RevoltBolivarSan MartinDreams and DisappointmentsIndependece for BrazilTips for Bulleting Notes:1. Main Ideas; Check to see if your notes reflect the answers to the Reading Focus2. Key Words (italic, bold)
6Refer to Latin America DBQ - Do Now: List SIX causes of Latin American independence movements.
7Latin American Independence What would cause colonial people of Latin America to revolt? Refer back to colonial life pre-1700’s (Global I) & post-1700’s (Global II)!
8“I will never allow my hands to be idle or my soul to rest, until I have broken the chains laid upon us by Spain!” “Americans today, and perhaps to a greater extent than ever before, who live within the Spanish system, occupy a position in society no better than the serfs destined for labor, or at best they have no more status than that of mere consumers…”~ Simon Bolivar, 1815
10POLITICAL INSTABILITY Do Now: What problems/issues would the newly freed nations of Latin America face? Why?Latin America ~ Post-IndependencePROBLEMSHistory of democracy?Who is going to rule?Caudillos – local men w/power (“strongmen”); created armies - dictatorshipsInfluence of Catholic Church; landownersCivil War/RevoltsPOLITICAL INSTABILITY
11European Colonization Increased power in Church & Military Unequal distribution of wealthLatin American IndependencePolitical InstabilityLack of INVESTMENTPOVERTYLack of CAPITAL for development!Inability to pay foreign debt