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11 th Grade U.S. History. Mr. Weber Wednesday October 22, 2008. Activator . Without looking at your notes… 1. What was Unit 2 all about? 2. What are the key terms you need to remember?. Agenda . Activator, Agenda, and Objective (10 minutes) Multiple Choice Exam (20-30 minutes)

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11 th grade u s history

11th Grade U.S. History

Mr. Weber

Wednesday October 22, 2008

activator
Activator

Without looking at your notes…

1. What was Unit 2 all about?

2. What are the key terms you need to remember?

agenda
Agenda

Activator, Agenda, and Objective (10 minutes)

Multiple Choice Exam (20-30 minutes)

Becoming a World Power pair reading (20 minutes)

Jigsaw Activity (20minutes)

Guidelines for the children’s book (5 minutes)

Exit ticket (5minutes)

objective
Objective

All students will…

Demonstrate their knowledge of the causes and effects of migration, urbanization, and industrialization.

Synthesize key concepts in the rise of the U.S. to the status of world power by teaching each other the necessary information for the children’s books.

key terms
Key Terms
  • Imperialism
  • Nationalism
  • Economic Interests
  • Spanish American War
  • USS Maine
  • Theodore Roosevelt
  • Treaty of Paris
  • Philippines, Guam, Puerto Rico, Hawaii, Samoa (Pacific)
  • Open Door Policy
  • Panama Canal
  • Big Stick Diplomacy
  • Dollar Diplomacy
  • Moral Diplomacy
  • Anti-Imperialists
independent reading in pairs
Independent Reading in Pairs
  • 1. Pressures to Expand pp.582-588.
  • 2. Spanish American War pp.589-596.
  • 3. New Foreign Policy pp.598-603.
  • 4. Debating America’s New Role pp.604-611.
teaching each other jigsaw activity
Teaching Each Other: Jigsaw Activity

Form groups by section: everyone who did section 1 together; everyone who did section 2 together; everyone who did section 3 together; everyone who did section 4 together.

Now I will form you into “super-groups” made up of one person from each expert group.

In your super-groups, teach each other your section.

By the end you need good notes on all 4 sections!

children s book
Children’s Book

Your book will include a short section on each of the key terms.

It will have 4 chapters with one feature section that is done in more detail.

It will include at least 5 images (3 of which are drawn by you).

It will have a conclusion commenting on the U.S. role as a world power (post-WWII to the present).

Draft of the writing is due Monday, October 27th.

Final versionis due Thursday October 30th.

comprehension check write one sentence next to each of these terms
Comprehension Check: Write one sentence next to each of these terms
  • Imperialism
  • Nationalism
  • Economic Interests
  • Spanish American War
  • USS Maine
  • Theodore Roosevelt
  • Treaty of Paris
  • Philippines, Guam, Puerto Rico, Hawaii, Samoa (Pacific)
  • Open Door Policy
  • Panama Canal
  • Big Stick Diplomacy
  • Dollar Diplomacy
  • Moral Diplomacy
  • Anti-Imperialists
exit ticket
Exit Ticket

1. Do you think you did better on this multiple choice exam? Why or why not?

2. What makes a good story book?

3. We meet tomorrow, and thenMonday the 27thand Thursday the 30thnext week. How do you plan to get this story book done?