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Warm-up: What were some events that led to the start of the start of the Mexican American War?

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Warm-up: What were some events that led to the start of the start of the Mexican American War?

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  1. Warm-up: What were some events that led to the start of the start of the Mexican American War?

  2. Film Cornell Notes • While watching the information 15 minute film on the Mexican American War, complete the Cornell Notes. • This information will help you with the next assignment so make sure to take good notes!

  3. Mexican War Acrostic Poem (Pre-AP) Use the information from the video notes, pgs. 326-330 of your book, and your knowledge of the war to complete this acrostic poem on the back of this sheet about the Mexican War. The sentences do not have to rhyme in an acrostic poem, but you want each sentence to contain a true fact about the war. If you get done early, decorate the border of the poem to make it look unique. X= can be in the middle of the first word, for example “Excited, exploited, etc”

  4. Mexican American War Acrostic Poem (Accelerated) Use the information from the video notes, pgs. 326-330 of your book, and your knowledge of the war to complete this acrostic poem on the back of this sheet about the Mexican American War. The sentences do not have to rhyme in an acrostic poem, but you want each sentence to contain a true fact about the war. If you get done early, decorate the border of the poem to make it look unique. X= can be in the middle of the first word, for example “excited, exploited”

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