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China and Imperialism. US Influence on China. Answer the following questions using pages 562-563 in your textbook What is a sphere of influence? What was the open door policy? What was the B oxer Rebellion? How did the US respond to the Boxer Rebellion?.

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China and imperialism

China and Imperialism


Us influence on china

US Influence on China

Answer the following questions using pages 562-563 in your textbook

  • What is a sphere of influence?

  • What was the open door policy?

  • What was the Boxer Rebellion?

  • How did the US respond to the Boxer Rebellion?


Imperialism primary source a cuba cartoon

Imperialism Primary Source A – Cuba Cartoon

Guiding Question: Why did the US pursue imperialism?

  • Summarize what this source tells you about the guiding question

Description: Man on left’s hat reads Insurgents. Hat next to him reads Anarchy. Woman’s hat reads Cuba Libre (Free Cuba).


Imperialism primary source b speech

Imperialism Primary Source B – Speech

Guiding Question: Why did the US pursue imperialism?

  • Summarize what this source tells you about the guiding question


Imperialism primary source c china cartoon

Imperialism Primary Source C – China Cartoon

Guiding Question: Why did the US pursue imperialism?

  • Summarize what this source tells you about the guiding question


Scr step 1

SCR Step 1

Guiding Question: Why did the US pursue imperialism?

  • Look at the information that you got from the three sources and draw three conclusions that relate to the guiding question

    • These should represent your own analysis

    • These will be your main ideas


Scr step 2

SCR Step 2

Guiding Question: Why did the US pursue imperialism?

  • Come up with one or two details to support each of your main ideas using the sources

    • Make sure to put which source each detail comes from

    • These will be your supporting evidence


Scr step 3

SCR Step 3

Guiding Question: Why did the US pursue imperialism?

  • Summarize your main ideas

    • Come up with one sentence that answers the guiding question

    • This will be your thesis


Scr step 4

SCR Step 4

Guiding Question: Why did the US pursue imperialism?

  • Come up with something that will make somebody want to read your paper

    • Could be an interesting fact, quote, or an interesting question that you will answer in the paper

    • This will be your hook


Scr step 5

SCR Step 5

Guiding Question: Why did the US pursue imperialism?

  • Come up with a way to expand on your paper

    • You could show what broader ideas or themes in history this subject connects to, could say why this subject is important, or could give a question that your paper raises

    • This will be your expansion


Scr step 6

SCR Step 6

  • Put it all together

    • Topic Sentence (Hook + Thesis)

    • 1st Main Idea

    • Supporting Evidence (Say what source it comes from)

    • 2nd Main Idea

    • Supporting Evidence (Say what source it comes from)

    • 3rd Main Idea

    • Supporting Evidence (Say what source it comes from)

    • Conclusion (Thesis + Expansion)


Scr step 7

SCR Step 7

  • Peer editing

    • Use the checklist below to edit your partner’s paper

    • Also make suggestions on grammar and spelling

  • SCR Checklist

    • Topic Sentence

      • Is there a topic sentence?

      • Does the topic sentence have a thesis that answers the guiding question?

      • Does the topic sentence have a hook that grabs the reader’s attention and is related to the thesis?

    • Main Ideas

      • Are there three clear main ideas?

      • Do the main ideas support the thesis?

      • Do the main ideas show analysis?

    • Supporting evidence

      • Is there supporting evidence for each main idea?

      • Is the supporting evidence detailed?

    • Conclusion

      • Is there a conclusion?

      • Does the conclusion restate the thesis?

      • Does the conclusion expand on the paragraph and leave the reader thinking?

    • Use of sources

      • Is there information from at least two of the sources?

      • Is there some indication of which source each piece of information came from?


China and imperialism

SCR

  • Final Draft due on Friday, 10/4

    • I prefer typed but do not require it


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