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  1. Warm Ups &Short Answers Unit 3 Era of Reform (Progressives)

  2. Name:__________________________ Directions:Score each activity below using the “Social Studies Rubric” and the four point scale. Write your score on the line provided. If you do not have an activity for a day you had an excused absence, write the letter “A” on the line provided, otherwise write a “0”. Then add up your scores. Total Points (TP) ____ Actual Total (AT) ____ Notes: • Total Points (TP) is the sum of your warm up scores. To determine your TP, add up the scores for all of your warm ups/written activities. • Actual Total (AT) is the number of warm ups multiplied by four (a perfect score). To determine your AT, count the number of warm ups you were present for and multiply this number by four (the true actual total – perfect attendance). TOTAL SCORE _____/10

  3. Name: Directions:Score each activity below using the “Social Studies Rubric” and the four point scale. Write your score on the line provided. If you do not have an activity for a day you had an excused absence, write the letter “A” on the line provided, otherwise write a “0”. Then add up your scores.

  4. Total Points (TP) Actual Total (AT) . Notes: • Total Points (TP) is the sum of your warm up scores. To determine your TP, add up the scores for all of your warm ups/written activities. • Actual Total (AT) is the number of warm ups multiplied by four (a perfect score). To determine your AT, count the number of warm ups you were present for and multiply this number by four (the true actual total – perfect attendance). TOTAL SCORE _____/10

  5. SA: Big Stickism President Theodore Roosevelt practiced what was called “Big Stick” Diplomacy. • Define “Big Stick” Diplomacy. • Describe the Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine. • Analyze the effectiveness of the “Big Stick” Idea in light of the Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine. • Remember to include details and examples to support your answer. SCORE_____

  6. SA: Election of 1912 Look at the table below. Republican • Explain why Woodrow Wilson won the election of 1912. • Explain the significance of Theodore Roosevelt’s decision to run on the Bull-Moose ticket in this election, and his impact on President Taft’s election results. • Include relevant historical details and examples in your response. SCORE_____

  7. SA: New Nationalism “The American people are right in demanding that new nationalism, without which we cannot hope to deal with new problems. The new nationalism . . . is impatient of the utter confusion that resulted from local legislatures attempting to treat national issues as local issues. . . . This new nationalism regards the executive power as the steward of the public welfare. It demands of the judiciary that it should be interested primarily in human welfare rather than in property, just as it demands that the representative body shall represent all of the people rather than any one class or section of people. . . . I am for men and not property . . . One of the fundamental necessities that a representative government such as ours is to make certain is that the men to whom people delegate their power shall serve the people by whom they are elected, and not the special interests. . . . The object of government is the welfare of the people. . . . --President Theodore Roosevelt (CD Two, Track #26)

  8. SA: New Nationalism (Square Deal) “living wage” NO night labor for women & children – 48 hour work week 6 day work week 8 hr day (or 12?) Read the passage below. • Define “new nationalism”. • Explain how the passage above reflects President Roosevelt’s commitment to new nationalism. • Determine how effective Roosevelt’s policies and actions as president were at upholding his ideal of new nationalism. • Include relevant historical details and examples. • Government is responsible for and answers to the People SCORE_____

  9. SA: Amending the Constitution Read the statement below. • The Constitution has been described as a living document. Explain what this means in regards to the statement above. • Assess the validity of the statement with reference to THREE of the Progressive issues listed below. ISSUES women’s suffrage tax revision temperance election of senators SCORE_____

  10. Document F This is a Senate of the MONOPOLISTS by the MONOPOLISTS and for the MONOPOLISTS! PEOPLE’S ENTRANCE CLOSED THE BOSSES OF THE SENATE. Source: Joseph J. Kappler, 1890 (adapted)

  11. Identify which region of the country (or states) had granted women equal suffrage by 1915. Identify in which region of the country the women’s suffrage movement was least successful. Explain why this is the case using relevant details and examples. No voting for women Women voting in presidential election Women voting in primaries Complete voting rights for women SA: Women’s Suffrage 1915 SCORE_____

  12. Table: Progressive Presidents Compare Presidents Teddy Roosevelt (1901-’09), William H. Taft (1909-’13), and Woodrow Wilson (1913-’21) as progressive reformers. • Identify the successes and failures of each president’s reform policies. • Rank each president in terms of his success or failure as a progressive reformer. • Be sure to use lots of examples from their administrations.

  13. Table: Progressive Presidents

  14. Progressive Era Legislation

  15. Progressive Era Legislation

  16. Progressive Era Legislation

  17. Table: Progressive Presidents