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Warm up 2/2/15 Check your notebook grade, not very good? ? Fix your missing assignments and resubmit for more points. Read the “Faces of History” on Pres. Theodore Roosevelt on p. 538. What are the qualities that will make him a good president?
President Theodore (Teddy) Roosevelt Vocabulary – write a definition and include a memory cue (picture) Panama Canal Conservationism National Parks John Muir – what did he protect? ? Trust Busting
TR quiz 1. Where did T. Roosevelt send workers to improve trade to the west? 2. Name one national park. 3. What do conservationists want to save? 4. Did T. Roosevelt like or hate trusts?
foldable directions • fold your paper in ½, hot dog length, with an inch showing at the bottom top fold cut her e 1 inch showing at the bottom • fold your paper in ¼’s to make 4 sections • cut up along each crease to make 4 flaps • label along the bottom “Progressive”, “trust buster”, conservationist, “panama canal”
Under top flap -believed big business -Believed each “Bully Pulpit” was good for the generation had a duty to -willing to use his economy but felt & gaurantee protect position to push companies should resources for natural progressive reforms behave responsibly future generations through Congress • 42 yrs. old -broke up monopolies & -wanted lands saved for the public wilderness and other -wanted the govt to control economic uses -promote safety railroads to ensure fair -created the US Forest -limit trusts competition Service, 1905 -promote public health -responded to *“busted” 44 trusts 150 million acres to Upton -added national forests Sinclair’s “The Jungle” *the next president, Taft, bottom -wanted drug companies to-added 18 national monuments actually busted more but -often protecting N. American be safe & honest w/drugsmost credit TR gets the -Pure Food & Drug Act ruins under top • “Square Deal” trusts if bad flap -fair to workers & business PROGRESSIVE TRUST BUSTER CONSERVATIONIST PANAMA CANAL
warm up 2/3/15 • Why is it important to have national parks, monuments and forests?
-started in 1904, opened in 1914 -Panama is located in Central America -helped Panama gain it’s independence from Columbia -US built the canal -easier once we found a way to get rid of yellow fever so workers didn’t die as quickly -wanted a strong navy all thi s goes in the la st colum n Homework tonight: Panama Canal wkst
Closure Tues 2/3/15 “Speak softly and carry a big stick” -T. Roosevelt • Write this quote & then glue in foldable under it • below the foldable, explain why TR is remembered as a great president. • Homework is glued in on back of one page and the front of another so that you see both pages.
warm up 2/4/15 • What do you think “Speak softly and carry a big stick” means? • TR knew that if he talked loudly and demanded other countries wouldn’t be as willing to go along. He also knew that he needed to be able to back up his threat or warning with a strong military/navy. He did this.
• Counselors discussing your senior year schedule • Partner definition of imperialism read p. 552 – 553 about imperialism, write a definition on your note sheet by the word “imperialism” • 4 square to share
warm up 2/5/15 • Look at the map on p. 568. • answer the 2 questions
read p. 552 – 553 about imperialism, write a definition on your note sheet by the word “imperialism” • with the person next to you, make a list of the benefits of imperialism and write them in the space on your note sheet next to P-A War. • Read p. 559 -560 & 562 about the Spanish. American war and take notes on the form provided. Read p. 563 -564 about our involvement in the Philippines. I will give you the information for the other 2 boxes.
benefits • • new markets to buy my products new sources for raw materials nationalism military bases spread Christianity places to invest new customers
ANNEXATION OF TERRITORIES THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR 1 Alaska 2 Hawaii 3 Puerto Rico 4 Guam 5 Philippines 6 Samoa Cuban war for Independence Definition: annex = add THE PANAMA CANAL Causes: yellow journalism, sinking of the Maine, -America got Cuba (gave it its freedom), Puerto Rico, Guam and the Philippines -organized a unit called the IMPERIALISM Rough Riders; became a hero; AND THE SPANISHBattle of San Juan Hill AMERICAN PHILIPPINE-AMERICAN WAR -annex or not? ? -want it for quicker trade, go thru the canal in Central America instead of going around South America; also cheaper than going over land -workers died of malaria or yellow fever -today Panama controls the canal 3 year battle w/US military by independence fighters -rebel leader was captured and forced from power -put US appointed governor in charge -allowed Filipinos to gradually have a voice in govt & become ind. in 1946
Imperialism 1. Write a definition & add a picture to explain “dollar diplomacy”. p. 569 2. Label/color the areas of influence by the United States during this time period. 3. Use a variety of symbols to illustrate the role of U. S. in each particular part of world. Make a key. 4. Write a short explanation of our role for each area of influence, attach it to the map. 5. Include all of the following regions: Hawaii p. 554 China p. 556 Cuba p. 566 Japan/Russia p. 557 Puerto Rico p. 567 Philippines p. 564 Panama p. 567
• if you missed this class activity, you need to do it on your own. do the assignment as described on a map • OR • write it up in essay form
Dollar Diplomacy Cuba China Panama China Guam Japan/Russia Puerto Rico Philippines Hawaii Philippines Mexico
Map Key Map Key
warm up 2/6/12 • 1 st – if you are wearing pjs, you get extra credit today! • List 2 places where the US was imperialistic for trade purposes. • As a class, we are completing a reading. Glue the answers in your notebook. After that, you will finish your map project.
warm up 2/7/12 • Define the following words 1. Union 2. Conservation 3. monopoly 4. 19 th Amendment 5. Jim Crow Laws
work for 2/6/12 • reviewing for tomorrow’s test • 1 st, silent reading as everyone reads through his/her notebook • 2 nd, complete p. 548 reviewing key terms and people: write a shortened version of each definition and the answer (just # and letter will not count for pts) – ex/ a. women’s right to vote – 19 th Amendment don’t write: “a law that gave American women the right to vote” • 3 rd, p. 514 do a, d-h • 4 th, p. 515 do 11 a – c and 14 a • 5 th, p. 585 do 15 a – c and 17 b