Period 6 (1865 - 1898) [Days 8 - 10] - Weebly

Period 6 (1865 - 1898) [Days 8 - 10] - Weebly

PERIOD 6 (1865 1898) [DAYS 8 10] WARM-UP: GILDED AGE POLITICS If someone says it better, let them say it CRASH COURSE #26 While watching, complete the fill-in notes! CARTOON

ANALYSIS: THE VULTURES ROOST 1. Why are the trusts portrayed as vultures? 2. Why did the cartoonist use $ instead of S in the word Senate? 3. How could the trusts purchase a Senate seat?

4. What bias did the Founding Fathers demonstrate in their procedure for electing senators? 5. How does the cartoon demonstrate the survival of the Founding Fathers bias? 6. Explain how the cartoon reflects the cartoonists biases. DOCUMENT ANALYSIS 1. Analyze Document A and Document B

2. Answer the following question in relation to Document A and Document B What conclusions can you draw from the documents about the sympathies of the national government in the late 19th century? COMPARING POLITICAL ERAS How would each of the following present-day democratic features have increased the influence of the masses in government in the

late 19th century? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Secret ballot Direct election of senators Universal suffrage Direct primaries

Initiative, referendum, and recall Write a one sentence explanation for each of the above democratic features; use the textbook if necessary for term definitions SHORT ANSWER QUIZ Briefly answer the questions in paragraph form on a separate piece of loose-leaf paper. A

thesis is not required. WARM-UP: WORD ANALYSIS Populism Third Party What do you think of when you hear this word?

What do you think of when you hear this word? THE POPULIST MOVEMENT: THE VALUE OF THIRD PARTIES The Agricultural Revolution permanently altered the lives and outlook of farmers THE POPULIST

MOVEMENT: THE VALUE OF THIRD PARTIES Like factory workers, farmers tried to various measures to counteract and cope with their changed circumstances Greenback movement Grange movement Farmers

Alliances Populist (Party) Movement THE POPULIST MOVEMENT: THE VALUE OF THIRD PARTIES Search and Find Use the textbook, Crash Course notes, and/or own technology to answer the

given questions CARTOON ANALYSIS 1. Why did these groups come together in a single party? 2. How does the cartoon explain the weaknesses of the Populist coalition? 3. Why would a party with numerous issues agree to focus on the single issue of inflation?

4. Despite the Populist Partys ultimate failure, what Populist proposals later found their way into the mainstream of American political thought? DOCUMENT ANALYSIS: CONTRASTING VIEWPOINTS OF POPULISM Read and analyze the given interpretations of Populism and answer the following questions 1. How do the following interpretations of the Populists characterize

the movement differently? 2. To what extent does each interpretation have merit? 3. What conclusions can you draw from this lesson on the role of third political parties in politics? TEST PREPARATION Period 6 Test 1. Document-Based Question 2. Long-Essay Question (Choose 1 of 2 given prompts) To prepare you may complete an outline for the document-based

question and long-essay question You must use the given preparation paper!!! TESTING PROCEDURES Clear desksexcept test and pencil/pen No talkingsee policy on cheating in syllabus No peeking anywhere see policy on cheating in syllabus

No cell phones, iPods, tablets, laptops, etc.see policy on cheating in syllabus PERIOD 6: (1865 1898) TEST DO NOT WRITE ON THE TEST QUESTION SHEETonly write on the test answer sheet Read the given rubrics to make sure all components are being met to earn the highest possible grade!

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