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The Imperialist Era. US Foreign Policy (1865-1914). APUSH Sept. 29. Objectives (Two Day Lesson) Define imperialism. Evaluate the forces that led the US into war and expansion during the Imperialist Era. Analyze if US territorial expansion during the Imperialist Era was justified.

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the imperialist era

The Imperialist Era

US Foreign Policy (1865-1914)

apush sept 29
APUSH Sept. 29
  • Objectives (Two Day Lesson)
    • Define imperialism.
    • Evaluate the forces that led the US into war and expansion during the Imperialist Era.
    • Analyze if US territorial expansion during the Imperialist Era was justified.
    • Evaluate when US intervention in a foreign nation’s affairs is justified.
    • Practice analyzing primary source documents in preparation for document based questions.
  • Agenda
    • Unit Introduction – Student Guide
    • Discussion – When is US intervention in a sovereign nation’s affairs justified? (Accessing Prior Knowledge)
    • Imperialist Era Unit Introduction PowerPoint
    • Imperialist Era Jigsaw
    • Receive Imperialist Political Cartoon Assignment
  • Homework
    • Prepare for AMSCO Chapter 20 Reading Quiz on Wednesday Oct. 1
    • Work on Imperialist Political Cartoon Assignment – Due. Friday Oct. 3
connecting to prior knowledge
Connecting to Prior Knowledge
  • When US intervention in a foreign nation’s affairs is justified? (Examples)
imperialism
Imperialism
  • Your Definition
imperialism1
Imperialism
  • AMSCO Definition
    • Acquiring territory or gaining control over the political or economic life of other countries.
  • Merriam-Webster Definition
    • A policy or practice by which a country increases its power by gaining control over other areas of the world
    • The effect that a powerful country or group of countries has in changing or influencing the way people live in other, poorer countries.
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Old Imperialism

    • (1500-1800)
    • During the Age of Exploration
    • European nations, companies, and individuals establish trades route and colonies
    • Obtain land, resources, and new markets
    • Primarily North/South American and the Caribbean
  • New Imperialism
    • (1850-1950s)
    • Europeans in Africa and Asia
    • Japan in Asia
    • United States in Latin American and the Pacific
    • Expand and create new markets
    • Financial Investments
    • Increase political power
forms of imperialism
Forms of Imperialism
  • Colony
    • A country or territory governed internally by a foreign power
  • Protectorate
    • A country or a territory with its own internal government but under the control of an outside power
  • Sphere of Influence
    • Areas in which an outside power claims exclusive investment or trading privileges
expansionist us policy
Expansionist US Policy
  • Previously Isolationist
    • Washington’s Farwell Address
    • Monroe Doctrine
  • New Imperialism - Interventionist
    • Fredrick Jackson Turner’s Frontier Thesis
    • Worldwide markets for industrial and agricultural markets
    • Sources of raw materials for manufacturing
    • Outlet for economic unhappiness at home
    • International Darwinism
    • Americentrism
    • Yellow Journalism
    • Christianize - Convert
us expansion post civil war 1865 1914
US Expansion Post Civil War (1865-1914)
  • Alaska – 7.2 Million (1867) (State 1959)
  • Midway Island – Annexation (1867)
  • Hawaii – Annexation (1898) (State 1959)
  • Spanish American War
    • Philippines (1898)
    • Guam – US Territory (1898 - present)
    • Cuba (1898-1902)
      • Guantanamo Bay (1898 to present)
    • Puerto Rico - Protectorate (1898 - present)
  • China – Open Door Policy - 1899
  • Samoa (American) – territory (1899 – present)
  • Panama – US supported revolt in Colombia (1903)
  • Nicaragua - US occupation (1912-1933)
imperialist perspective
Imperialist Perspective
  • We are Anglo-Saxons, and must obey our blood and occupy new markets, and, if necessary, new lands.
                  • Senator Albert Beveridge, April 27, 1898
anti imperialist perspective
Anti-Imperialist Perspective
  • Our form of government, our traditions, our present interests, and our future welfare, all forbid our entering upon a career of conquest.
    • William Jennings Bryan, December 13, 1898
primary source jigsaw intro
Primary Source Jigsaw Intro
  • Objectives:
    • Evaluate the forces that led the US into war and expansion during the Imperialist Era.
    • Analyze if US imperialism during the Imperialist Era was justified.
    • Evaluate when US intervention in a foreign nation’s affairs is justified.
    • Practice analyzing primary source documents in preparation for document based questions.
directions jigsaw part 1
Directions – Jigsaw Part 1
  • In your number groups share the OPVL analysis that you completed for homework
    • Make sure you feel confident with your answers
    • You will be analyzing and teaching your document your letter group
  • Extension
    • If you finish early and are waiting to move to your letter group
    • Begin working on the Imperialist Debate Handout
directions jigsaw part ii
Directions- Jigsaw Part II
  • Move to your assigned letter group
  • Utilizing the Imperialist Debate Graphic Organizer
    • Analyze which primary sources align with each theme
    • Include specific evidence, page numbers, and quotes.