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Bellringer 1 • Please come and retrieve your binder from the front of the classroom. • Be quiet • Be respectful of other classmates binders • Wait patiently • I need 3 volunteers to help pass out papers • All papers being passed out today go in Unit 2 Tab • Make sure Unit 1 is organized in alphabetical order • Get tabs!!! • When you get your bubble sheet back make sure to mark your Unit 1 Quiz and Unit 1 Test scores on the graph
Bellringer 1 Mr. Muse will be passing back binders I need 3 volunteers to help pass out papers All papers being passed out today go in Unit 2 Tab Make sure Unit 1 is organized in alphabetical order Get tabs!!! When you get your bubble sheet back make sure to mark your Unit 1 Quiz and Unit 1 Test scores on the “Assessment graph”
Standards B.1.m. Evaluate, take, and defend positions on the development of U.S. foreign policy during the early nineteenth century (e.g., Embargo Act, Monroe Doctrine) Learning Targets I can compare/contrast the first four presidents’ foreign policies and determine how each impacted the U.S. Essential Question (exit slip) Which of the first four presidents had the most positive impact on the United States? Defend your answer.
Notes Directions • Use the handout provided to fill out the chart on handout 2A • For each president- • Summarize the problems – why is it a problem for the U.S. • Summarize his solutions – how is made better or worse for the U.S. • Remember- a summary is a condensed explantion of the main idea
George Washington’s Problem and Solution Problem Solution • Britain declares war on France to stop revolution from spreading • Problem: We have a treaty with France from the Revolutionary War! • European alliances = war! • America is not prepared to go to war with the big dogs of Europe! • Economics= Trader concerns! • America makes money from trade: picking sides jeopardizes that trade • Neutrality: staying out of war/not aiding any side • Geographic isolation • Two oceans = natural protection from European affairs
Timed-Pair-Share Question: Did President George Washington’s foreign policy have a positive or negative impact on the U.S. Defend your answer with 1 piece of evidence from your notes. Response time: 30 seconds Partner Bgoes first yay!
John Adam’s Problem Solution • France thinks we are allying with Britain • A stab in the back after they helped us win our Revolutionary war • France starts attacking our trade ships • XYZ Affair- 3 french diplomats (x,y and z- they must go unamed) demand money from the US to stop attacking Started to prepare for war against France (He was a Federalist who was anti-French) France couldn’t afford another war France signed a peace treaty with U.S.
Timed-Pair-Share Question: Did President John Adam’s foreign policy have a positive or negative impact on the U.S. Defend your answer with 1 piece of evidence from your notes. Response time: 30 seconds Partner A goes first yay!
Thomas Jefferson Problems Accomplishment British navy started to attack American trade ships • Jefferson cut off all trade from Britain- Embargo Act • Ruined economy…we traded mainly w/ Britain • French was in debt from wars • Louisianna Purchase Sold area surrounding the Mississippi to US for 3 million dollars
Timed-Pair-Share Question: Did President Thomas Jefferson’s foreign policy have a positive or negative impact on the U.S. Defend your answer with 1 piece of evidence from your notes. Response time: 30 seconds Partner B goes first yay!
Timed-Pair-Share Question: Did President James Madison's foreign policy have a positive or negative impact on the U.S. Defend your answer with 1 piece of evidence from your notes. . Response time: 30 seconds Partner A goes first yay!
James Monroe In Latin American it’s a period of Revolution and liberation Countries Venezuela and Brazil have gained their independence from countries like Spain and Portugal. James Monroe recognizes these new independent countries in Latin America He fears that countries like France and Britain will try to take control of area in Latin America He writes a document to share with the world- “The Monroe Doctrine”
Monroe Doctrine Excerpts Read the following excerpts from the Monroe Doctrine For each quote write the main idea of the quote Then analyze the political cartoon. Make sure your answers are in complete sentences!
The Monroe Doctrine On the back of 2Z draw a your own cartoon of the Monroe Doctrine. It could be a visual of one of the main ideas, the legacy of the document, the impact, etc. Make sure your put some thought into this and make it neat and detailed! Write 1 paragraph explaining how your image represents the Monroe Doctrine.
Exit Slip Write a thesis statement to the following prompt: Which of the first four president’s foreign policy had the most positive impact on the United States? Defend your answer.