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American Imperialism - Full Unit Bundle of Resources

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Grade Levels
7th, 8th, 9th, 10th
Subjects
Social Studies – History, U.S. History
Resource Type
Unit Plans, Activities, Assessment
Formats Included
Zip,

Pages
100+

Product Quantity
Introduction to Imperialism

An Introduction to Imperialism - Students Analyze Cartoons and Label Map

Students learn about the reasons behind the Era of Imperialism through cartoon analysis. Students will also label the major territories acquired during the era.

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The Annexation of Hawaii

The Annexation of Hawaii - Students Assess the Reasons Why Hawaii was Annexed

Students will analyze three different points of view discussing the annexation of Hawaii and draw conclusions.

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The Spanish-American War Cover

The Spanish American War, Yellow Journalism, the Maine Explosion, Newsie Strike

With this interactive lesson, students will learn about the major events of the Spanish-American War, examine the influence of yellow journalism on newspapers, and experience the newsie strike by becoming a newsie in 1899.

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The Annexation of the Philippines Primary Source Analysis Critical Thinking

Students sort primary resources about the annexation of the Philippines and assess their reliability.

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U.S. Imperialism - The Open Door Policy, the Panama Canal, and the Roosevelt Corollary

The Open Door Policy, the Panama Canal, and the Roosevelt Corollary Imperialism

This lesson offers a basic of some of the major events of the era of U.S. Imperialism. The Open Door Policy, the Boxer Rebellion, the development of the Panama Canal, and the Roosevelt Corollary are all included.

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Imperialism Word Wall Cover

The Era of Imperialism - Word Wall - Vocabulary Puzzle - U.S. Imperialism

Help your students build and retain key vocabulary terms with a visually appealing word wall. This resource includes 21 word wall terms related to the Era of Imperialism, vocabulary review strategies, and a review puzzle to support your students' learning.

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Imperialism Review and Exam

American Imperialism - Review and Test - Critical Thinking - Historical Thinking

This includes two different versions of an assessment for the 5 lessons in my Era of Imperialism unit and a review worksheet for the entire unit.

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Introduction to Imperialism

An Introduction to Imperialism - Students Analyze Cartoons and Label Map

Students learn about the reasons behind the Era of Imperialism through cartoon analysis. Students will also label the major territories acquired during the era.

1
The Annexation of Hawaii

The Annexation of Hawaii - Students Assess the Reasons Why Hawaii was Annexed

Students will analyze three different points of view discussing the annexation of Hawaii and draw conclusions.

1
The Spanish-American War Cover

The Spanish American War, Yellow Journalism, the Maine Explosion, Newsie Strike

With this interactive lesson, students will learn about the major events of the Spanish-American War, examine the influence of yellow journalism on newspapers, and experience the newsie strike by becoming a newsie in 1899.

1

The Annexation of the Philippines Primary Source Analysis Critical Thinking

Students sort primary resources about the annexation of the Philippines and assess their reliability.

1
U.S. Imperialism - The Open Door Policy, the Panama Canal, and the Roosevelt Corollary

The Open Door Policy, the Panama Canal, and the Roosevelt Corollary Imperialism

This lesson offers a basic of some of the major events of the era of U.S. Imperialism. The Open Door Policy, the Boxer Rebellion, the development of the Panama Canal, and the Roosevelt Corollary are all included.

1
Imperialism Word Wall Cover

The Era of Imperialism - Word Wall - Vocabulary Puzzle - U.S. Imperialism

Help your students build and retain key vocabulary terms with a visually appealing word wall. This resource includes 21 word wall terms related to the Era of Imperialism, vocabulary review strategies, and a review puzzle to support your students' learning.

1
Imperialism Review and Exam

American Imperialism - Review and Test - Critical Thinking - Historical Thinking

This includes two different versions of an assessment for the 5 lessons in my Era of Imperialism unit and a review worksheet for the entire unit.

1

Description

This unit plan contains standards-aligned and engaging student-centered lessons relating to The Era of Imperialism. Students will learn about the major reasons justifying U.S Imperialism and the consequences of that point of view. Major topics include the Spanish-American War, the annexation of Hawaii and the Philippines, the Open Door Policy, and the Panama Canal.

Each event is explained with options for critical analysis regarding the event that is accessible at a middle school level. New materials and topics are discussed without overwhelming students with vocabulary. Skills are strengthened and introduced as students learn to analyze political cartoons of the era and the media bias of the time. You can view more in the preview here. PREVIEW – The Era of American Imperialism – Full Unit Bundle

Within each product:

  • Classroom handouts for each lesson and the Unit assessment (PDF, PowerPoint, and Google Slides link)
  • A Google Slides version of the lesson that can be assigned in Google Classroom (Google Slides link). (The Annexation of the Philippines assignment has digital links, but the lesson much be used in an in-person classroom.)

This bundle also included a pacing guide to help you plan out the full unit!

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