Review on The Progressive Era (1890 – 1920) was a time when Americans were: Opposed corruption and waste in government, Concerned with social injustice, Interested in government reform at all levels, Civil Service Reform, Anti-trust acts, Populism, Interested in government reform at all levels, Muckrakers, Conservation, Reform, 16th, 17th, 18th and 19th Amendments, Suffrage, Prohibition, Pure Food and Drug Act, Federal Reserve, and Social Gospel Movement.
Exam over the Progressive Unit.
After this unit is over, WE WILL be able to identify the Rise of World Power as a Major Era, apply absolute and relative chronology, and explain the significance of the following dates as turning points in U.S. History:
By completing this unit, WE WILL be able to explain why significant events, policies, and individuals such as the Spanish American War, US expansionism, Henry Cabot Lodge, Alfred Thayer Mahan, Theodore Roosevelt, Sanford B. Dole, and missionaries moved the United States into the position of a world power.
I Will statement
I WILL complete the foldable during group activities which discusses the significance of 1898 and 1914-1918.
I WILL compare and contrast Henry Cabot Lodge and Alfred Thayer Mahan’s ideas and policies.
I WILL write a half-page assessing the importance of the missionaries in the United States’ quest for a position of world power.
SQ1 – Which side can you best identify with in the Spanish American War?
SQ2 – Does World War I seem far, far away in time, or not that far back?
SQ1 – Teddy Roosevelt had a children’s toy named after him. What was it?
SQ2 – How was expansionism like the manifest destiny of the Progressive Era?
SQ1 – What if you had been a missionary?
SQ2 – How would you have responded to Sanford B. Dole?