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DESCRIPTIONSpooky Review. Chapters 8-9. Test Review. You and your groups will see a series of questions. When you group knows the correct answer they must write it on a sheet of paper and stand up with the correct answer. The first group to stand up and get the correct answer get a prize. . - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
Spooky ReviewChapters 8-9Test ReviewYou and your groups will see a series of questions. When you group knows the correct answer they must write it on a sheet of paper and stand up with the correct answer. The first group to stand up and get the correct answer get a prize. Test ReviewWhy did the United States Need to Build a Canal?
A: So the Navy could move more quickly between the Atlantic and Pacific OceansTest ReviewWhich U.S. President was responsible for the building of the Panama Canal?
A: Theodore Roosevelt Test ReviewWhy was the way the U.S. got the Panama Canal built controversial?
A: They wrongfully started a revolution in Panama.Test ReviewWhat was the purpose of the Open Door Policy?
A: to protect U.S. trade in China.Test ReviewWhat was the main area that the U.S. had territorial expansion during and after the Spanish American War?
A: The Pacific OceanTest ReviewWhat was the main reason the U.S. got involved in Latin America during the late 19th and early 20th Centuries?
A: To protect economic interestsTest ReviewWhat Geographic problem did the U.S. face in the building of the Panama Canal?
A: Mudslides from rain. Test ReviewWhat area of the world was Roosevelt's Big Stick Policy mostly used in?
A: Latin AmericaTest ReviewHow did the Spanish American war change the United States Foreign Policy?
A: The United States became a World Power because they began to expand through Imperialism. Test ReviewWhat is yellow Journalism?
A: Propaganda, or the sensationalizing of a story.
Test ReviewWhat did yellow journalism encourage congress to do after the event the USS Main was involved in?
A: Cause them to declare war on SpainTest ReviewWhat policy was used by the United States in order to further American interests in Latin America by using the financial power of American businesses?
A: Dollar DiplomacyTest ReviewWho wanted to build a canal in panama and increase Naval power with fueling stations in the Pacific. (hint: not Roosevelt)
A: Alfred ThayerTest ReviewWho helped overthrow Hawaii and served as governor there?
A: Sandford Dole Test ReviewWhat was the Roosevelt Corollary Used for in enforcing the Monroe Doctrine?
Collecting Debts in Latin America Test ReviewWhat was the main event that caused the United States to enter WWI?
A: Unrestricted Submarine Warfare Test ReviewWhat was the type of warfare used in WWI?
A: Trench Warfare Test ReviewWhy didnt congress want to join the league of Nations?
A: They feared that it would obligate them to be involved in future wars.Test ReviewWhat was the main purpose of Wilsons Fourteen Points?
A: To set goals in achieving peace in EuropeTest ReviewWhy did Woodrow Wilson originally pledge to stay out of WWI?
He felt that to U.S. progress from the progressive movement would best be served by peace. Test ReviewWhy was it difficult for the United States to remain neutral in WWI? (Think of unrestricted sub warfare and the British blockade. How did these cause problems for the U.S.?)
A: there was not freedom of the seas making it difficult to trade with Europe.
Test ReviewWhat Geographic feature helped to keep the American Mainland fairly safe from war during WWI?(Where was the war mainly fought and who were the primary participants?)
A: The Atlantic OceanTest ReviewWhat document imposed punishment on Germany after WWI?
A: Treaty of Versailles. Test ReviewPlace the following in the correct chronological order: A. WWI BeginsB. Lusitania is sunk C. Archduke of Austria Hungary Assassinated D. U.S. Declares War On Germany
A: C-A-B-DTest ReviewWhat was the main argument Woodrow Wilson would use to get Congress to enter WWI?
A: Freedom of the SeasTest ReviewWho made sure American Soldiers were well trained before entering the battle field in WWI?
A: John Jay PershingNow a prize for everyone!TEST Wednesday and Thursday