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U.S. History: Imperialism 1860-1920 | A Gallery Walk Activity

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History: USA


Grade 9, 10, 11, 12



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Immerse your students in a captivating U.S. History lesson with this 40-page Gallery Walk activity on American Imperialism from 1860-1920. This unique, interactive lesson transforms your classroom into an engaging museum-like environment where students can explore nine exhibits featuring primary and secondary sources, political cartoons, and excerpts related to the era of imperialism.

As they delve into each exhibit, students are encouraged to analyze the content by answering comprehension questions and logging their findings on a graphic organizer. To deepen their understanding further, students will read and annotate an insightful article about U.S. Imperialism.

Topics within this comprehensive package include: Purchase of Alaska; Annexation of Hawaii; Acquisition of Guam; Puerto Rico; Philippines & Cuba following the Spanish-American War; Open Door Policy; Matthew Perry’s trade endeavors with Japan, among others.

This all-inclusive packet provides necessary materials for traditional classrooms as well as Google-based learning environments: nine station exhibit materials; an imperialism article; student handouts/graphic organizers; easy-to-follow teacher directions to ensure smooth sailing throughout the entire process.

These resources perfectly align with Common Core Standards while delivering enjoyable learning experiences for young minds!

Brought to you by Learning is a Passion Store - leverage two decades of teaching experience across grades 6-12 in practical hands-on learning activities designed to fully engage today’s curious learners!

What's Included

1 PDF and 1 PowerPoint with 40 pages ready for print or display

1 Google Version

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