The U.S. and the World: New Times, New Challenges
September 30, 2004
Introduce: Alexander Hamilton, Thomas Jefferson,
Woodrow Wilson and Andrew Jackson.
Divide students into small groups have each group research the policies of one of the above:
Students will make a poster depicting the policies and share them with the class.
Students will be given a foreign polices from past, present and a possible future president. They will try to distinguish which one of the founding ideas these policies relate.
Students will be given a conflict from the past. They will research the conflict and present a short historical sequence of conflict using a timeline.
Student will create an animated cartoon of the Iraqi militia groups and U.S. /British policy on extortion. Students will share with class.
Using a Venn diagram, Compare and contrast the Vietnam Conflict with the Iraqi Conflict. Students will focus on the reason the U.S. got into these conflicts, problems while in them and how we concluded them or should conclude them.