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Activity 35

The Road to Independence and Democracy

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PAGE 76

1
WARM-UP

The FOURTH OF JULY
What do you think when you see these words?

Name people you consider to be HEROIC.
Why are they heroes?

Heroes are people who are much admired because of
courage
nobility
exploits
achievements and qualities
regarded as a role model

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PAGE 77

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2
OBJECTIVES:
  • Describe how Latin American nations won independence from their European rulers.
  • Analyze the ways the American and French Revolutions influenced events in Latin America.
  • Describe the challenges Latin America faced as a result of independence.

3
Read pages 189-192 in your textbook.
 
MAIN IDEA
Inspired by _____ in other countries, Latin American countries _____ _____ and _____ their _____ ffrom European rule.

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Independence and the Spread of Democracy
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 Add the Following Item to Your Glossary (31-32)
 
Criollos
Caudillos