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Lesson Title: Acquiring & Managing Global Power
HOT ROC Vocab Quiz!
What can we learn from this map?
Venn Diagram Who were the 3 Progressive Presidents? Read section 21.2 and complete the venn diagram in your notebook. Focus Question: To what extent did US foreign policy honor the founding ideals? How did it change the role of the president? Optional Thesis Statement: Create a thesis statement answering these questions. Roosevelt TaftWilson
New Vocab Doctrine
Section 21.3 & 21.4 Location & Key Terms/People (define) US Intervention from the perspective of the US… US Intervention from the perspective of the other country…(inferences are ok) Panama (Panama Canal) Mexico (Pancho Villa) Philippines (Emilio Aguinaldo) Hawaii (Annexation) China (Open Door Policy)
Creating a metaphor: What message is being sent in this image?
Creating a Metaphor Instructions: Choose 1 country to create 2 metaphors showing both perspectives of US intervention. From the U.S. perspective, intervention in (location) was like (first metaphor). From the perspective of (location), U.S. intervention was like (second metaphor).
Creating a Metaphor: Choose 1 country to create 2 metaphors showing both perspectives of US intervention. From the U.S. perspective, intervention in (location) was like (first metaphor). From the perspective of (location), U.S. intervention was like (second metaphor). From the perspective of the U.S., intervention in Cuba was like a parent caring for a helpless child because... a military government set up by the U.S. after the Spanish-American War cared for Cuba by improving public works, sanitation, and education, court reform, and instituting self-government, just as a parent cares for a child until he is mature enough to care for himself. From the perspective of Cuba, U.S. intervention was like a bully on a playground because... the U.S. set up a military government in Cuba (though it had been granted independence after the Spanish-American War) and denied Cubans self-rule, just as a bully tries to control and intimidate other children on the playground.