American Imperialism and Foreign Policy Design Make a Copy

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us history 11 grade history English


Students will interpret, analyze, assess, compare, and contrast the Monroe Doctrine and Roosevelt Corollary based on various primary source documents. Students will articulate their findings based on a choice board of options such as using chart paper, creating a video, using Canva, and other technological tools. 

Students will select one of the following current events – the Invasion of Ukraine, Relations with China, Immigration issues, human rights issues, or another recent issue dealing with American Foreign policy. Once a selection is made students will compose a new American Foreign Policy to address the problem the chose.