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1 Table of Contents Page 1 – Cover page/Intro to Unit 3 Gallery Walk Page 2 – Table of Contents Page 3 – Unit 3 Vocabulary Chart Page 4 – Warm-Ups Page 5 –Before and After Exercise-Imperialism and America Page 6 – Annexation of Hawaii Page 7 – Homework page 103 Tonight’s Homework Page 103 in Reading Study Guide Page 103 in Reading Study Guide

2 No Warm-Up Today’s Objective SWBAT understand why the U.S. became imperialistic and how they acquired Hawaii. SWBAT understand why the U.S. became imperialistic and how they acquired Hawaii.

3 Visual, Verbal, Word Association Chart (VVWA) With your Think, Pair, Share partner, complete the VVWA chart on the word “imperialism.” With your Think, Pair, Share partner, complete the VVWA chart on the word “imperialism.” Read the definition of the word. Read the definition of the word. Answer the questions in the four boxes. Answer the questions in the four boxes.

4 Imperialism and America Before and After Exercise Work in your groups of four. Work in your groups of four. First, review the statements in the grid and try to determine whether they are true or false. First, review the statements in the grid and try to determine whether they are true or false. Second, read the article out loud as a group. Second, read the article out loud as a group. Finally, determine whether or not the statements are true or false. Finally, determine whether or not the statements are true or false. If a statement is false, write the correct statement in the space provided. If a statement is false, write the correct statement in the space provided.

5 Annexation of Hawaii

6 Hawaii Background For centuries Hawaii was an independent nation ruled by a monarchy. For centuries Hawaii was an independent nation ruled by a monarchy. In the 1820s a number of Americans had established sugar plantations in Hawaii. In the 1820s a number of Americans had established sugar plantations in Hawaii. The plantations accounted for 3/4 ths of the wealth on the islands. The plantations accounted for 3/4 ths of the wealth on the islands.

7 Think, Pair, Share (1) If American plantations accounted for 3/4ths of the wealth, do you think the plantation owners had a lot of power on the islands? If American plantations accounted for 3/4ths of the wealth, do you think the plantation owners had a lot of power on the islands? How do you think the Queen of Hawaii is going to react to this? How do you think the Queen of Hawaii is going to react to this?

8 McKinley Tariff For years the U.S. agreed to import Hawaiian sugar without a tariff (foreign tax). For years the U.S. agreed to import Hawaiian sugar without a tariff (foreign tax). In 1890 President McKinley imposed a tariff on the sugar. In 1890 President McKinley imposed a tariff on the sugar. Because of the tariff, the plantation owners faced… Because of the tariff, the plantation owners faced… 1. Stiff competition from other companies 2. Losing business.

9 Think, Pair, Share (2) What solution do you think the plantation owners are going to come up with in order to sell their sugar without a foreign tariff? What solution do you think the plantation owners are going to come up with in order to sell their sugar without a foreign tariff?

10 Solution The powerful American sugar growers called for the U.S. to annex Hawaii. The powerful American sugar growers called for the U.S. to annex Hawaii. However, Hawaiian Queen Liliuokalani wanted to stop this and restore power back to the Hawaiians. However, Hawaiian Queen Liliuokalani wanted to stop this and restore power back to the Hawaiians. American business groups organized a successful revolt against the queen. American business groups organized a successful revolt against the queen.

11 Annexation The plantations owners take over Hawaii after the revolt. The plantations owners take over Hawaii after the revolt. American businessman Sanford B. Dole became president of the islands. American businessman Sanford B. Dole became president of the islands. Eventually, President McKinley made Hawaii a U.S. territory in Eventually, President McKinley made Hawaii a U.S. territory in Hawaii became the 50 th state in Hawaii became the 50 th state in 1959.

12 Think, Pair, Share (3) What do you think of the United State’s annexation of Hawaii? Do you think it was right or wrong? Explain. What do you think of the United State’s annexation of Hawaii? Do you think it was right or wrong? Explain.

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