Day 3 wars and revolts

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Day 3 wars and revolts

  1. 1. Day 3 Military Service & War Assignment #1 1. Assuming you just turned 18 in 2001, would you have joined the US military after 9-11? 2. Page 119 – Contrast Ben Franklin with his son. 3. What does Patrick Henry mean by this quote? Hold on to this paper
  2. 2. Page 126 • Show clip
  3. 3. Winning the Revolution • Colonists sent Ben Franklin to Paris • Why no help? • Battle of Saratoga • Spent millions to help colonists • Spain helped too
  4. 4. #4 Compare and contrast Shay’s Rebellion (150) with the Whiskey Rebellion (207) #5. Was the new US government justified in using force?
  5. 5. What do we remember about the French Revolution?
  6. 6. Read pages 209-210 6. 5 reasons US should stay neutral 7. 5 reasons US should help French patriots
  7. 7. Right side: agree Middle: it depends… Left side: disagree The new USA should have helped the French patriots overthrow their king.
  8. 8. Right side: agree Middle: it depends… Left side: disagree A strong US military creates important job opportunities in the United States.
  9. 9. Right side: agree Middle: it depends… Left side: disagree The USA should always support democratic governments in the world rather than monarchies (Saudi Arabia) or dictatorships (Egypt 1980-2011) .
  10. 10. Right side: agree Middle: it depends… Left side: disagree The USA should overthrow the authoritarian government of North Korea.
  11. 11. Right side: agree Middle: it depends… Left side: disagree The USA should always stop genocides around the world.
  12. 12. Page 212 8. Why was the Battle of Fallen Timbers important? 9. Draw a small map showing Americans and their new territory. 10. If you were a Native American living in that area what would you have done after the battle?
  13. 13. Military Assignment #2 1. Which war do you think the National Anthem about? 2. Do you think the US should still have military bases in South Korea, Japan, Australia, Germany, Great Britain and Saudi Arabia? Explain
  14. 14. Flags as symbols
  15. 15. War of 1812 • Page 224 • Star Spangled Banner • Siege of Baltimore
  16. 16. # 3 OPTIC on graphic Source: London Newspaper 1813 John Bull Symbol of England
  17. 17. In your groups • Read pages 225-227 • Create a 3 minute scene based on the war • Everyone must talk in group • Can’t use “burned down the White House”
  18. 18. End of Assignment #2 #4 page 226 movement question at bottom of page #5 Write 3 test questions based on the War of 1812
  19. 19. After 1776 • 1804 – Haiti • 1810 – Mexico • 1812 – Venezuela • 1815 – Colombia • Next Assignment: Texas #1 OPTIC on map
  20. 20. Mexico • Mexican American War
  21. 21. 2. Who were the empresarios? 2. What were they supposed to do when they got to Texas? 3. How can you easily remember what the state of Texas looks like? Texas, Chapter 9
  22. 22. Mexico 1820-1846
  23. 23. 1830 Mexico
  24. 24. #4 In 1832…. • You are the advisors to Mexican President Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna. Santa Anna is also the head military general of Mexico. Stephen F. Austin, angered by your change in border policy and recent ban on slavery, has come to Mexico City to negotiate a settlement on the Northern Frontier (the state of Tejas). Austin has recently written a letter to Tejano leaders asking for independence from Mexico. #4 What will your group suggest the president does?
  25. 25. Texas Rebellion 1834 Stephen F. Austin arrested by Mexican government for treason (1835 released) 1836 Texas raises Rebel Army Houston – General #5 How is it similar to American Revolution? #6 How is it different to American Revolution? Sam Houston
  26. 26. Texas Rebellion March 6, 1836 – Alamo San Antonio Mexican victory
  27. 27. Texas Rebellion March 27, 1836 Battle of Goliad Mexican victory 309 POWs all killed #7 Mistake to kill POWs?
  28. 28. Texas Rebellion April 21, 1836 – San Jacinto Texans victory September 1, 1836 – Texas independent country USA refuses to annex (slavery issue)
  29. 29. #8 They all owned slaves and rebelled against Mexico to continue ownership. Should Texas celebrate them as heroes? #9 How would your state have viewed Texas annexation in 1836?
  30. 30. 10. BIG Texas Assignment 2 battles, 2 dates • Design a postcard, showing 2 battles and 2 dates • Song or rap about Texas rebellion • 3 newspaper headlines + dates in Mexico City paper
  31. 31. Next Assignment Mexican-American War 1. Describe a time someone took something from you. 2. What is on the California state flag?
  32. 32. Brainstorm with your group 2. 5 positive things about life in the United States 3. 3 positive things about life in Mexico
  33. 33. Mexican-American War 1846-1848) James Polk (Pres- 1845-1849) Antonio Santa Ana Pres- (1833-1855)
  34. 34. How much to take?4.Decide at your tables how much to take? 3 pros and cons of your 2nd choice 5. What would your state have wanted?
  35. 35. 3 group “What ifs”? 6. What if the US never annexed Texas? 7. What if Mexico won the war against the US? 8. What would it take to improve relations between the US and Mexico?
  36. 36. King of the Hill
  37. 37. • http://www.roadsideamerica.com/story/1880 8 • http://www.houstonchronicle.com/entertain ment/article/Texas-fighting-for-Santa-Anna-s- leg-5483826.php#/0
  38. 38. Last Assignment 20 points 2 paragraph letter to editor of Houston Chronicle newspaper 1st paragraph – why you are writing and who do you think should have the leg 2nd paragraph – two events that have caused either side to think they should have it (Texas, Mexico, Illinois)

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