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1Unit 3: U.S. Expansion11.4 Students trace the rise of the United States to its role as a world power in the twentieth century.
2Today’s New Vocab: Domestic Policy Foreign Policy Neutrality UnilateralismDiplomacyMass Media
3HOT ROC: Story Time: What would you do in this situation? You are walking through the quad during brunch, on your way to the cafeteria to buy a delicious slice of pizza from the pizza cart. On your way you hear a big circle of people yelling. As you get closer you hear people chanting “Fight! Fight! Fight!”As you get even closer to the circle you see that one of the people in the middle is your friend and the other person is one of the most popular persons at school, but you don’t know him/her personally.
4HOT ROC: Story Time: What would you do in this situation? Get in the middle- separate them bothJump in on your friend’s side and beat up the other personJump in on the side of the more popular kid because you want to get something out of them or become popular?Walk away- do nothingYell words of encouragement to your friendBeat up everyone- they deserve it for starting the fightGo get a teacherWatch and see how it goes and then decide
5Foreign Policy Spectrum Copy this spectrum on a whole piece of paper Collective Security/DiplomacyImperialismUnilateralismIsolationism/Neutrality
6Story Time: Story Relation: Loner- Neutrality, Isolationism Get in the middle- separate them bothCollective Security, diplomacyJump in on your friend’s side and beat up the other guyUnilateralismJump in on the side of the more popular kid because you want to get something out of them or become popular?Walk away- do nothingNeutralityYell words of encouragement to your friendBeat up everyone- they deserve it for starting the fightImperialismGo get a teacherWatch and see how it goes and then decideIsolationism to unilateralismStory Relation:Loner- Neutrality, IsolationismPeacemaker- Collective security, diplomacyGood/Selfish Friend/one sided- UnilateralismSchool Bully- Imperialism
7Document Analysis Steps: Read the following primary sources Summarize source in your own wordsPlace it on the spectrumWrite 1 reason why you placed the source in the category
8Foreign Policy Spectrum Copy this spectrum on a whole piece of paper Collective Security/DiplomacyImperialismUnilateralismIsolationism/Neutrality
9Homework Homework, pgs 262-267 Add information from the following to your spectrum:American inaction during Cuban RevolutionThe de Lome LetterThe Maine explosionUS Response to the Maine explosionFighting in the PhilippinesFighting in Cuba, Treaty of ParisPlatt Amendment
10Spanish American War Intro Think about the bully story…How could you make the situation grow or get worse in some way?BrainstormPair ShareWhy would you do this?
11Yellow JournalismSensational news stories that often exaggerated the factsPart of a “newspaper war” between Pulitzer’s New York World and Hearst’s New York Journal
12Trouble Brewing in Cuba US Newspapers ReactOnly major form of mass media in the USHearst & Pulitzer support revolutionaries and stir US support
13Remember the Maine!USS Maine sinks in Havana harbor after an explosionNewspapers blame SpainLater it is found that a coal bin exploded inside the ship
18ActivityReflection- should manipulative journalism be legal? Which ideals does it support, which ideals does it deny?STEP 1: Using the textbook, create a yellow journalism headline or image representing the buildup to the Spanish-American WarPgsSTEP 2: Create a yellow journalism headline or image for today.