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Essential Question: What events lead to the War of 1812?Assessment Prompt 1: Describe how Americans and Native Americans w...
Essential Question: What events leadto the War of 1812?
Activating Strategy:     How    do wars     start?
Read pages 279-289              Definition:                                          Picture Representing the term:Vocabul...
The Road to War  Chapter 10   Section 4Pages 279 - 283
Neutral -uninvolved                                      in the war                                      between          ...
Has our nationever remained  Neutral?Give an example
Have you ever beenneutral? Explain Friends     Parents       Siblings
Nationalism  Pride or devotion toone’s country
Do people in the   United Statesexpress Nationalism      today?      How?
Have you ever felt asense of pride in theUnited States?Give an example.
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War Hawk A person looks to the military to solve problems
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Hawk       Dove
Are youa Hawk  ora Dove?
Can you name a modernday Hawk or Dove?
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Leader of             QuickTime™ and a  TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor     are needed to see this picture.   the War    ...
Assessment Prompt 1:    Describe howAmericans and Native   Americans wereclashing in the West.
Growing Conflict with Native Americans         Map        Page 280Land Lost by Indians
Growing Conflict with Native Americans     Treaties result in        the Indians     losing more and        more land.
Tecumseh and the ProphetTecumseh and his brother “the Prophet” united                    confederationthe Indians into a _...
American Influence on N. Americans                           TRADE              QuickTime™ and a                     Quick...
Battle of Tippecanoe  The Prophet led anattack against William   Henry Harrison’s        Troops
AT #1:Collaborative Pair Review of G.O.
Assessment Prompt 2:Identify why War Hawks    wanted war with         England.
Graphic organizer    Page 282
Tension with England Increases- impressment - Seizure of Ships- excuse to conquer Canada- Nationalism - War Hawks- British...
James Madison   asks for a declaration of      war
AT #2:5 finger summary why    the War Hawks      wanted war
Summarizing Strategy: Valid =(V) Two Arms Invalid=(I) One Arm
1. The War Hawkswere mostly fromthe east. West   Invalid
2. The anger of theWar Hawks waspartly the result of asense on nationalism.Valid Impressment
3. The War Hawks wereconcerned only aboutstopping British attackson American ships.        ImpressmentInvalid        Expan...
Tension with England Increases- impressment - Seizure of Ships- excuse to conquer Canada- Nationalism - War Hawks- British...
4. The British were themain cause of newfighting between NativeAmericans and settlersInvalid       Land
5. Indian traditionswere not affected bywhite settlers andtraders.        WhiskeyInvalid        Guns
6. The Battle ofTippecanoe helped leadto war between theUnited States and Britain         Indian troublesValid    were bla...
Essential Question:How did the War of 1812 affect the  United States?
The War of 1812  Chapter 10   Section 5Pages 284 - 289
Activating Strategy  Review causes of the war- impressment - Seizure of Ships- excuse to conquer Canada- Nationalism - War...
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Assessment Prompt 1:  Explain the major   events of the    War of 1812
England              navyMost powerful ____ in the worldAble to blockadeAmerican ports        _______Powerful army but fig...
AMERICAU.S. not prepared for warLacked money to carryon the war Small U.S. ____ & _____            Navy   Army
AMERICANation was split over war           New EnglandOpposed in _____________   (”Mr. Madison’s war”) South   West______ ...
James Madison 4th President     of the United States
Guerriere v. USS Constitution
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Who were the Generals who    fought this battle?        (Page 284)     (Fighting at Sea)Issaac Hull - captain ofthe USS Co...
INVASION OF CANADA       (P. 285)Americans thought the     Canadianswould want to become     independent    _________
Battle of Lake Erie (P. 285)Captain Oliver Hazard PerryDefeated the British on theGreat Lakes“We have met the enemy andthe...
Battle of Horseshoe Bend         (Page 286)Andrew Jackson______ __________ defeated theCreek Indians in the south at theBa...
1814 NAPOLEON DEFEATED                    bestBritain sends her _______ troops to AmericaBritish Plan:                nort...
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What were                                       the events                                     that led to the           Q...
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NEW ORLEANS  Jackson defeated the British                        After  Occurred two weeks ________ the  peace treaty was ...
Assessment Task #1: Appointment Clock     partners review major events
Assessment Prompt 2: Explain the results       of the    War of 1812
TREATY OF GHENTreturn to _______          prewar                conditions“Nothing was adjusted,    Nothing was settled”
1817 RUSH-BAGOT AGREEMENTno __________ allowed on the    warshipsGreat Lakes1818 border between U.S. & Canadawas set at___...
RESULTS OF THE WAR          nationalisminspired _____________              respectearned the ______________ of the world  ...
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Star Spangled Banner
Andrew Jackson
Patriotism & Respect
Growth in Technology
HARTFORD CONVENTIONNew England____ _________ statesthreatened to leave theunion to make peace withBritain
Assessment Task #2: Appointment Clock     partners  Results of the war
Summarizing Strategy      3 - events      2 - facts      1 - outcome
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  1. 1. Essential Question: What events lead to the War of 1812?Assessment Prompt 1: Describe how Americans and Native Americans were clashing in the West.Assessment Prompt 2: Identify why War Hawks wanted war with England.Activating Strategy: How do wars start? DiscussionKey Vocabulary to Preview: Nationalism, War Hawks, NeutralTeaching Strategies:Graphic Organizer: Causes of the War of 1812Instruction:• Direct Instruction – Proclamation of 1763. . .Am. Revolution. . .La. Purchase. . .1808• Complete G.O.AT #1: Collaborative Pair - Review of G.O.Instruction:• Direct Instruction – Secession in New England v. War Hawks• Complete G.O.AT #2: 5 finger summary why the War Hawks wanted warSummarizing Strategy: Valid/invalid exercise
  2. 2. Essential Question: What events leadto the War of 1812?
  3. 3. Activating Strategy: How do wars start?
  4. 4. Read pages 279-289 Definition: Picture Representing the term:Vocabulary Neu t ralPreview Has our nation ever remained Have you ever been Neutral? Give an example neutral? Explain Definition: Picture Representing the term:Neutral Do people in the United States express Nationalism today? How? Na t ion alism Have you ever felt a sense of pride in the United States? Give an example.Nationalism Definition: Picture Representing the term: W ar Are you a Hawk or a Dove? Haw k Can you name a Modern day Hawk or Dove ?War Hawk
  5. 5. The Road to War Chapter 10 Section 4Pages 279 - 283
  6. 6. Neutral -uninvolved in the war between QuickTime™ and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture. Britain & France
  7. 7. Has our nationever remained Neutral?Give an example
  8. 8. Have you ever beenneutral? Explain Friends Parents Siblings
  9. 9. Nationalism Pride or devotion toone’s country
  10. 10. Do people in the United Statesexpress Nationalism today? How?
  11. 11. Have you ever felt asense of pride in theUnited States?Give an example.
  12. 12. QuickTime™ and a mpeg4 decompressorare needed to see this picture.
  13. 13. QuickTime™ and a mpeg4 decompressorare needed to see this picture.
  14. 14. War Hawk A person looks to the military to solve problems
  15. 15. QuickTime™ and a decompressorare needed to see this picture.
  16. 16. Hawk Dove
  17. 17. Are youa Hawk ora Dove?
  18. 18. Can you name a modernday Hawk or Dove?
  19. 19. QuickTime™ and aTIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  20. 20. QuickTime™ and a decompressorare needed to see this picture.
  21. 21. Leader of QuickTime™ and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture. the War HawksHenry Clay of Kentucky (west)
  22. 22. Assessment Prompt 1: Describe howAmericans and Native Americans wereclashing in the West.
  23. 23. Growing Conflict with Native Americans Map Page 280Land Lost by Indians
  24. 24. Growing Conflict with Native Americans Treaties result in the Indians losing more and more land.
  25. 25. Tecumseh and the ProphetTecumseh and his brother “the Prophet” united confederationthe Indians into a ________________
  26. 26. American Influence on N. Americans TRADE QuickTime™ and a QuickTime™ and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture. are needed to see this picture. WHISKEY GUNS
  27. 27. Battle of Tippecanoe The Prophet led anattack against William Henry Harrison’s Troops
  28. 28. AT #1:Collaborative Pair Review of G.O.
  29. 29. Assessment Prompt 2:Identify why War Hawks wanted war with England.
  30. 30. Graphic organizer Page 282
  31. 31. Tension with England Increases- impressment - Seizure of Ships- excuse to conquer Canada- Nationalism - War Hawks- British were arming the Indians- Take Florida From Spain
  32. 32. James Madison asks for a declaration of war
  33. 33. AT #2:5 finger summary why the War Hawks wanted war
  34. 34. Summarizing Strategy: Valid =(V) Two Arms Invalid=(I) One Arm
  35. 35. 1. The War Hawkswere mostly fromthe east. West Invalid
  36. 36. 2. The anger of theWar Hawks waspartly the result of asense on nationalism.Valid Impressment
  37. 37. 3. The War Hawks wereconcerned only aboutstopping British attackson American ships. ImpressmentInvalid Expansion
  38. 38. Tension with England Increases- impressment - Seizure of Ships- excuse to conquer Canada- Nationalism - War Hawks- British were arming the Indians- Take Florida From Spain
  39. 39. 4. The British were themain cause of newfighting between NativeAmericans and settlersInvalid Land
  40. 40. 5. Indian traditionswere not affected bywhite settlers andtraders. WhiskeyInvalid Guns
  41. 41. 6. The Battle ofTippecanoe helped leadto war between theUnited States and Britain Indian troublesValid were blamed on the British
  42. 42. Essential Question:How did the War of 1812 affect the United States?
  43. 43. The War of 1812 Chapter 10 Section 5Pages 284 - 289
  44. 44. Activating Strategy Review causes of the war- impressment - Seizure of Ships- excuse to conquer Canada- Nationalism - War Hawks- British were arming the Indians- Take Florida From Spain
  45. 45. QuickTime™ and a mpeg4 decompressorare needed to see this picture.
  46. 46. Assessment Prompt 1: Explain the major events of the War of 1812
  47. 47. England navyMost powerful ____ in the worldAble to blockadeAmerican ports _______Powerful army but fightingNapoleon_______ as well
  48. 48. AMERICAU.S. not prepared for warLacked money to carryon the war Small U.S. ____ & _____ Navy Army
  49. 49. AMERICANation was split over war New EnglandOpposed in _____________ (”Mr. Madison’s war”) South West______ & _____ supportedthe war
  50. 50. James Madison 4th President of the United States
  51. 51. Guerriere v. USS Constitution
  52. 52. QuickTime™ and aTIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  53. 53. Who were the Generals who fought this battle? (Page 284) (Fighting at Sea)Issaac Hull - captain ofthe USS Constitution “Old Ironsides”
  54. 54. INVASION OF CANADA (P. 285)Americans thought the Canadianswould want to become independent _________
  55. 55. Battle of Lake Erie (P. 285)Captain Oliver Hazard PerryDefeated the British on theGreat Lakes“We have met the enemy andthey are ours”
  56. 56. Battle of Horseshoe Bend (Page 286)Andrew Jackson______ __________ defeated theCreek Indians in the south at theBattle of Horseshoe BendIndians had to give up more land
  57. 57. 1814 NAPOLEON DEFEATED bestBritain sends her _______ troops to AmericaBritish Plan: north invade ____________ from Canada south invade ____________ from New OrleansBritish land troops and burn Washington D.C. ___________ BaltimoreBritish could not capture ___________________
  58. 58. QuickTime™ and aTIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  59. 59. What were the events that led to the QuickTime™ and aTIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor writing of the are needed to see this picture. Star Spangled Banner? Page 287-288
  60. 60. QuickTime™ and aTIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  61. 61. QuickTime™ and aTIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  62. 62. QuickTime™ and aTIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  63. 63. QuickTime™ and a mpeg4 decompressorare needed to see this picture.
  64. 64. NEW ORLEANS Jackson defeated the British After Occurred two weeks ________ the peace treaty was signed Made Jackson very popular
  65. 65. Assessment Task #1: Appointment Clock partners review major events
  66. 66. Assessment Prompt 2: Explain the results of the War of 1812
  67. 67. TREATY OF GHENTreturn to _______ prewar conditions“Nothing was adjusted, Nothing was settled”
  68. 68. 1817 RUSH-BAGOT AGREEMENTno __________ allowed on the warshipsGreat Lakes1818 border between U.S. & Canadawas set at_________ 49n. Lat.
  69. 69. RESULTS OF THE WAR nationalisminspired _____________ respectearned the ______________ of the world growth industryencouraged ______________ and ___________ westwardstimulated ____________________expansion
  70. 70. QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. Outcomes of the War of 1812Star Span g led Banner Andrew Jackson Patriotism & Respe c t Growth in Technolo g y
  71. 71. Star Spangled Banner
  72. 72. Andrew Jackson
  73. 73. Patriotism & Respect
  74. 74. Growth in Technology
  75. 75. HARTFORD CONVENTIONNew England____ _________ statesthreatened to leave theunion to make peace withBritain
  76. 76. Assessment Task #2: Appointment Clock partners Results of the war
  77. 77. Summarizing Strategy 3 - events 2 - facts 1 - outcome

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