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We will be able to: Describe the areas of the world affected by Imperialism. Discuss American involvement in the Spanish-American War. Assess Roosevelt’s involvement with Imperialism worldwide. # 33 Objectives. Opener.

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33 objectives

We will be able to:

Describe the areas of the world affected by Imperialism.

Discuss American involvement in the Spanish-American War.

Assess Roosevelt’s involvement with Imperialism worldwide.

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Use the book to define Imperialism. Draw a picture that you think represents Imperialism.


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We will be able to:

Discuss the impact of imperialism on media.

Analyze primary sources in order to better understand the effects of imperialism.

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The maps above show Africa based on ethnic groups, then African division after the Berlin Conference. What are some potential problems with this division? How do you think imperialism and colonization can negatively affect the people in a given country?

Write at least 3 Sentences


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We will be able to:

Explain imperialism in the United States to a variety of audiences.

Describe the key events of imperialism.

Design a representation of imperialism.

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What is your favorite board game? What makes it your favorite? What kind of characteristics are necessary for a good board game?


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We will be able to:

  • Identify the MAIN causes of WWI.

  • Describe new weapon development of the war.

  • Discuss how the war was portrayed in popular culture.


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What were the MAIN causes of WWI? If you are not sure, do your best to remember and guess. Do you think there could be another World War today? Why or why not?

**Write at least 4 sentences**


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# 37 Objectives

We will be able to:

  • Summarize the reaction in the United States to the perceived threat of communism.

  • Identify scandals that plagued the Harding administration.

  • Explain how prosperity affected different groups of Americans.


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Who won WWI? How did the war end? Does anyone know the holiday that celebrates the end of the war? Any questions about WWI before we wrap it up?

**Write at least 3 Sentences**


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#38 Objectives

We will be able to:

  • Discuss why the youth-dominated decade came to be called the Roaring Twenties.

  • Identify and explain the causes and effects of Prohibition.

  • Describe the controversy over the role of science and religion in American education and society in the 1920s.


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Use the following word scramble to create a story. Use each of the largest sized words at least once.

Word Scramble


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#39 Objectives

We will be able to:

  • Assess how The Charleston reflected the culture of the 1920s.

  • Utilize information from a complex text in order to compare the 1920s and the Charleston.

  • Write an essay that asserts how The Charleston reflects the culture of the 1920s.


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What is your favorite dance craze? Do popular dances say something about the culture of the time? What does your favorite dance say about the culture of its time period?

**Write at least 3 sentences**

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#40 NO Objective something about the culture of the time? What does your favorite dance say about the culture of its time period?

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Describe three ways in which the Charleston represented the culture of the 1920s.


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#41 Objectives something about the culture of the time? What does your favorite dance say about the culture of its time period?

We will be able to:

  • Analyze art of the Harlem Renaissance.

  • Discuss music of the Harlem Renaissance.


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Opener something about the culture of the time? What does your favorite dance say about the culture of its time period?

What is your immediate reaction to the painting? How does this picture make you feel? What do you think the message of the painting is? How do you think it relates to the 1920s?


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We will be able to: something about the culture of the time? What does your favorite dance say about the culture of its time period?

Discuss the problems threatening the American economy in the late 1920s.

Describe the causes of the stock market crash and Great Depression.

Analyze the actions Hoover took to help the economy and the hardship suffered by Americans.

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Opener something about the culture of the time? What does your favorite dance say about the culture of its time period?

Do you think the recession today is actually a depression? Why or why not. If not, do you think the recession will turn into a depression? Why? What kind of indicators signal a depression?

**Write at least 5 sentences**


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We will be able to: something about the culture of the time? What does your favorite dance say about the culture of its time period?

Discuss how American lives changed as a result of the Great Depression.

Describe programs the government established in order to assist Americans in need.

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Opener something about the culture of the time? What does your favorite dance say about the culture of its time period?

Create a story using the word splash above.

**Write at least 4 sentences**


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#44 Objective something about the culture of the time? What does your favorite dance say about the culture of its time period?

We will be able to:

  • Summarize the initial steps Roosevelt took to reform banking and finance.

  • Describe New Deal work programs.

  • Identify critics of FDR’s New Deal.


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Opener something about the culture of the time? What does your favorite dance say about the culture of its time period?

How would you solve the Great Depression? Cite specific programs you would enact in order to help the economy. Also, how would you help lower the unemployment rate?

Please write 5-8 Sentences.


We will be able to: something about the culture of the time? What does your favorite dance say about the culture of its time period?

Describe New Deal programs and their intended audience.

Analyze New Deal advertisements.

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Opener something about the culture of the time? What does your favorite dance say about the culture of its time period?

Who was elected president in 1932? What was the overall goal of the New Deal? Name at least one program aimed to help a specific cause of the Great Depression. (You may use your book to remind you)

**Write at least 4 sentences**


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#46 Objectives something about the culture of the time? What does your favorite dance say about the culture of its time period?

We will be able to:

  • Assess health care as a right of Americans

  • Debate using evidence from readings to support opinion

  • Write an argumentative paragraph based on evidence from readings.


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Opener something about the culture of the time? What does your favorite dance say about the culture of its time period?

Should health care be a right granted to all Americans? Explain your answer. Should the government be in charge of health care? Explain.

Write 4-6 Sentences


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# 47 Objectives something about the culture of the time? What does your favorite dance say about the culture of its time period?

We will be able to:

  • Describe the types of governments that took power in Russia, Italy, Germany, and Japan after WWI.

  • Analyze various dictators from Europe.


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Opener something about the culture of the time? What does your favorite dance say about the culture of its time period?

Create a metaphor for something in your life and describe why the metaphor describes your life.

EX: My life is a __________ because…


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# something about the culture of the time? What does your favorite dance say about the culture of its time period?48 Objectives

We will be able to:

  • Describe the US Response to the outbreak of war in Europe in 1939.

  • Explain how Roosevelt assisted the Allies without declaring war.

  • Discuss how the president and the media responded to the attacks on Pearl Harbor.


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Opener something about the culture of the time? What does your favorite dance say about the culture of its time period?


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# something about the culture of the time? What does your favorite dance say about the culture of its time period?49Objectives

We will be able to:

Describe the public reaction to the events of December 7th, 1941.

Discuss how the president and the media responded to the attacks on Pearl Harbor.


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Opener something about the culture of the time? What does your favorite dance say about the culture of its time period?

Listen to the news broadcast. What is your initial reaction? How do you think your reaction would have been different if you lived during that time? Would what you heard encourage you to get involved in the war effort? Why or why not.


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