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Quarter 2 – Humanities 3 Notebook Entry #43 Monday, December 1, 2008 Today’s Topic : US Involvement in WWI Objective : YWBAT state why the US entered WWI YWBAT understand the US influence on WWI What you need to know today: Woodrow Wilson was the President of the USA during WWI. Kaiser Wilhelm II – King of Germany during WWI Homework Tonight --- Monday 12/1 – Complete US foreign policy worksheet and read pp.14-20 (handout) Agenda : Do-Now Lecture review HW assignment 3-2-1 Exit Slip DO-NOW Analyze the following political cartoon: What caricatures are used in this cartoon? What message is communicated based on the caricatures used? What symbolism is used in this cartoon? What is the “deeper meaning or purpose of the symbols used? What historical information did you need to know in order to understand this cartoon?
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Today’s Lecture Notes: In your own words, state why the US joined the war: American Foreign Affairs Policy: Write the definition below
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Unformatted text preview: 1. Isolationism: 2. Collective Security: 3. Internationalism: 4. Imperialism: Wilson’s Notable Quotable: “We are about to accept the gage of battle with this natural foe to liberty…the world must be made safe for democracy. Its peace must be planted upon the tested foundation of political liberty. We have no selfish ends to serve…”-April 1917 Gage : wage; a pledge; a guarantee of good faith Describe the US’s Foreign Policy before joining WWI Describe the US foreign policy after joining WWI Homework : Draw a picture describing each one of the foreign policies learned in class today. In addition give at least one example from history or current events when the US adopted a particular policy. Isolationism “Loner” Collective Security “Team Player” Internationalism “World Policeman” Imperialism “World Bully”...
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