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14 Points of Peace

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14 Points of Peace

Students will analyze the text of the 14 Points of Peace.

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African Americans respond to American Imperialism

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African Americans respond to American Imperialism

Students will analyze three documents from leaders amongst the African American community and their response to American Imperialism abroad. 

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Annexation of Hawaii

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Annexation of Hawaii

Students analyze a number of primary source documents related to the annexation of Hawaii and reflect on the historical circumstances surrounding the annexation. 

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A World Safe for Democracy

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A World Safe for Democracy

Students analyze President Woodrow Wilson's speech asking US congress for a declaration of war in 1917.  

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Causes of the Spanish American War

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Causes of the Spanish American War

Students will use evidence from the documents to analyze why America invaded Cuba in 1898. 

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DBQ: Ratifying the Treaty of Versailles

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DBQ: Ratifying the Treaty of Versailles

NYS Regents Style DBQ analyzing the following question and associated documents: 

Explain how a treaty is ratified in the United States.

Explain why Woodrow Wilson believed the League of Nations was critical to future peace.  

Explain two arguments made against ratifying the Treaty of Versailles and League of Nations.  

Describe what ultimately happened to the Treaty of Versailles.  

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Graphic Organizer: Causes and Effects of World War 1

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Graphic Organizer: Causes and Effects of World War 1

Students will analyze the social, political, and economic effects of World War 1 and describe the five main causes of US participation in World War 1. 

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Graphic Organizer: On the Homefront

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Graphic Organizer: On the Homefront

An activity to characterize the impact of World War I on women, immigrants, African Americans; as well as the impact of World War 1 on American society including the issuance of bonds, rations, limits on Civil Liberties, the Red Scare, and the Military Draft. 

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Great Migration

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Great Migration

Students will analyze a poem, a map, and two primary source documents to understand the causes and effects of the Great Migration.  

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Historical Context: United States and World War 1

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Historical Context: United States and World War 1

Students will review content from Global History and Geography to contextualize US involvement in World War 1. 

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Panama Canal

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Panama Canal

What motivated the United States to build the Panama Canal? 

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Part 2 Unit 6 Framework

U.S. History
Unit 6: Rise of American Power
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Part 2 Unit 6 Framework

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