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Table of Contents . Demographics of Latin America 9.25 Encomiendas 9.26 3. Gender Roles 9.27 4. African Slavery 9.28 5. Slave Life 10.1 6. Haitian Revolution 10.2 7. Brazilian and Mexican Independence 10.3 8. Simon Bolivar 10.9

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table of contents
Table of Contents
  • Demographics of Latin America 9.25
  • Encomiendas 9.26

3. Gender Roles 9.27

4. African Slavery 9.28

5. Slave Life 10.1

6. Haitian Revolution 10.2

7. Brazilian and Mexican Independence 10.3

8. Simon Bolivar 10.9

9. Latifundios 10.10

10. Populism 10.11

11. Liberalism in Sao Paulo 10.15

12. Mexican-American War 10.24

13. Federalism 10.25

14. Spanish-American War 10.31

expectations when the teacher is speaking
Expectations When the Teacher is Speaking
  • Do not interrupt/talk over the teacher when he is speaking, even if it is on task.
  • Do not talk to neighbors/others when the teacher is talking.
  • Raise your hand if you have a burning question that you want to be addressed. The teacher may ask you to wait, but your question WILL be answered.
agenda
Agenda

1. Do Now

2. Notes / Video

3. Reading on Spanish-American War

4. Start HW

5. TTL

spanish colonies in 1900
Spanish Colonies in 1900
  • Mexico, rest of Latin America have gained their independence

Remaining not independent:

Cuba

Puerto Rico

Philippines

Sugar/coffee plantations

independence leaders
Independence Leaders
  • Jose Marti: Cuban poet (advocated for white creole Cubans to unite with black Cubans together)
  • Emilio Aguinaldo: mestizo Filipino general becomes 1stFilipino president
  • Fights against Spain, later the US
us presidents
US Presidents
  • McKinley: does not want war  forced into declaring war w/ Spain in 1898
  • later assassinated in 1901.
  • Ted Roosevelt: encourages war, considers it “manly”, good for society.
  • Takes over as president in 1901.
classwork
Classwork

1. Divide up the reading with your partner and answer the questions in your notebook. Share out and write down each others’answers.

(NOTE: the article goes in chronological order)

2. Write down the definitions to the following terms in your notebook:

Roosevelt Corollary, USS Maine, Treaty of Paris, Ten Years’ War, Platt Amendment

independent work expectations
Independent Work Expectations

1. It does not need to be silent, but it needs to remain ON-TASK.

2. If you are off-task, you will receive a reminder, and then you will begin earning demerits.

3. Each demerit you earn is also subtracted from your classwork grade (minus 1 point).

homework due friday november 2 nd 2012
Homework(Due Friday, November 2nd, 2012)
  • Write a short summary of the Spanish American War. In your summary, you must use at least EIGHT terms/details from the reading or notes today. PLEASE UNDERLINE THESE DETAILS. OR…
  • Create a short timeline of the Spanish American War in your notebook with EIGHT specific events from the reading/notes. (see below example)

Example:

  • Event #1: President Monroe announces the Monroe Doctrine in 1823, stating that the US will defend Latin America from European domination
  • Event #2:….
ticket to leave write on back of your dn answer in complete sentences
Ticket to Leave (write on back of your DN, answer in COMPLETE SENTENCES)

1. What did the Monroe Doctrine and Roosevelt Corollary state?

2. Why is Guantanamo Bay under the possession of the United States?

3. Provide a real-life example of yellow journalism.

4. What is your homework tonight?