Teaching American Diplomacy Using Primary Sources: Cuba After the Cold War
University of Denver, CTIR, 2000 - 168 pages
This title is the latest addition to our Teaching American Diplomacy series.The purpose of this book is to allow high school students to examine the relationship between Cuba and the United States by studying a rich collection of primary materials and classroom-ready lessons which incorporate those materials. This book contains materials from 27 primary sources, including texts of speeches before the House and Senate, articles, legislation, and presidential speeches. Teaching American Diplomacy: Cuba is especially helpful in preparing students for Advanced Placement document-based questions. The sections of the book are: Section 1: U.S.-Cuba Relations A Brief History; Section 2: History Activities with Lesson 1: Historical Background of U.S.-Cuba Relations, Lesson 2: Re-writing History Missed Opportunities or Disaster Averted?, Lesson 3: Cuba, Castro, and the Cold War, Lesson 4: Using Economic Pressure to Influence Other Nations, Lesson 5: What is Next for U.S. Policy Toward Cuba?, Lesson 6: Shifting Foreign Policy: Carter vs. Bush; Section 3: Civics Activities with Lesson 1: Defining Foreign Policy Interests, Lesson 2: Domestic Influences on Foreign Policy Decision-making, Lesson 3: The Role of human Rights in Foreign Policy, Lesson 4: Regional and Special Interest Influences on Foreign Policy; Section 4: Primary Source Documents with Document Index. Read more at http://www.du.edu/ctir/pubs_why.html.
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