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The Articles of Confederation, Federalists & Antifederalists, & the Constitution
Articles of Confederation and Constitution. Teaching about the Articles of Confederation, Federalists and Antifederalists, and the Constitution is often the duty of a U.S. History teacher. Having students walk away understanding these topics is the goal, but not always easy to ascertain. The prod
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Federalists and Antifederalists:  Short Reading and Questions
This is a one-page reading with comprehension questions about Federalists and Antifederalists that discusses their beliefs and struggles with the new Constitution. This is a topic that I do not spend a tremendous amount of time on, but want my students to be aware of the challenges with ratifying
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High School Task Cards: Federalists and Antifederalists BATTLE
These 22 task cards are divided into two different types. The first 13 task cards contain a short description of the political perspectives of a Federalists or an Antifederalists. Students will identify from the descriptions if it best represents either an Antifederalists or a Federalists. The
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Identifying Federalist and Antifederalist Ideas - US History/APUSH
Identifying Federalist and Antifederalist Ideas Students are given 15 statements and are required to determine whether or not it is a Federalist or an Antifederalist position. This is a perfect assignment (either in class or at home) to give to students after introducing them to Federalist and Anti
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Primary Source DBQs on the Bill of Rights - Federalist-Antifederalist Debates
If you've been wanting to teach from primary sources, but haven't been able to find the time to select what's relevant for your students, this is for you! This is an in-depth and challenging assignment featuring readings from 3 different documents. Patrick Henry and George Mason are representing A
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Primary Source DBQs on the Federalist-Antifederalist Debate - Brutus I
If you've been wanting to teach from primary sources, but haven't been able to find the time to select what's relevant for your students, this is for you! This is an in-depth and challenging assignment. Students will need to read, and demonstrate their understanding of one of the most important wri
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Federalist-Antifederalist Debates - Primary Sources with DBQs
I've edited a book! Check it out on Amazon, but you'll want this version as it's a regular PDF that you can print and give to your students. This book is filled with some of the primary sources I have for sale in other parts of my store, along with many more. It's an easy way for teachers to have
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Handout for Government: Federalists and Antifederalists, Creative Project
This is a handout that can be used for Government or History Class. It outlines a project on the Federalists and AntiFederalists - in which students can be creative while demonstrating their understanding of these two concepts. There are five choices for students to make. They can create propaganda
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Federalist Antifederalist Response
Review of the Constitution and Articles of Confederation to determine if the Constitution should be ratified.
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GOVERNMENT UNIT: Branches of Government, US Government, Constitution
Government This comprehensive unit is loaded with informational text, activities, booklets, projects, study guide, and assessment. New Product! Our Social Studies Units have been best sellers on TPT! Check out the preview! What is included in this Government unit? Informational text and stud

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Creating a New Government: Late 1700s {TN 4th Grade Social Studies Standards}
The War for Independence was won, but the states were not united. The Articles of Confederation was still being followed 10 years after the war, to the detriment of the nation. Delegates met in Pennsylvania to discuss the ratification of the governing document. However, opposing views on how the nat

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Project: Ratifying the Constitution
Building upon a discussion of the Federalist Papers and the Antifederalist Papers, students will create a poster that either supports of opposes ratification or the Constitution. Ideally, the project uses a sheet of 11 x 17 paper. A suggested design for how the students should format their poster i

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The United States Constitution Power Point
This is a Power Point presentation on the Constitution of the United States. It includes information on The Articles of Confederation, Richard Allen, Free African Society, Shays' Rebellion, The Northwest Ordinance, territory, The Northwest Territory, statehood, The Constitutional Convention, Alexan
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Ratification of the U.S. Constitution: Federalists vs. Anti-Federalists
This DBQ provides several documents, including numerous primary sources (Federalist Papers, Brutus), and relevant background information on the battle between federalists and antifederalists to ratify the U.S. Constitution. Students should work with a partner or in small groups to work through the d
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Federalists vs. Antifederalists
Transform your classroom into a live Philadelphia Convention. Your students will take on the roles of delegates to the Constitutional Convention. Some will be Federalists and some will be Antifederalists. It is the job of each delegate to meet other delegates and decide which group they belong us
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Constitution Interactive Notebook
Constitution - Articles of Confederation - Constitutional Convention This product contains interactive cut and paste learning material for students to create an organized social studies interactive notebook on the Constitution 5th Grade United States History Series This resource is designed for a

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Federalist or Anti-Federalist - You Decide! - US History/APUSH
Federalist or Anti-Federalist – You Decide! Students are given descriptions of seven fictional characters and they must determine if the character is a Federalist, Anti-Federalist, or undecided and why. This worksheet works perfectly as an in-class activity or has a homework assignment. Note: Most
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Constitution Primary Source DBQ - Federalist Papers #10 & 51 DBQs
This is an in-depth and challenging assignment. Students will need to read, and demonstrate their understanding of two of the most significant Federalist essays in the Federalist Papers collection. I've taken several hours to go through the primary source document to excerpt it to make it more acces
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Road to the Constitution Graphic Organizer
This graphic organizer will help your students lay out the basic concepts of the road to the Constitution, starting from the Declaration of Independence. It addresses the reason for the Declaration, moves onto the Articles of Confederation (room for one success and three problems), to the Constitu
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Key Leaders of the Constitutional Convention and Ratification Debates
This is a perfect way to organize the specific information that students need to know about our Founding Fathers and the Constitutional Convention! This chart is designed for a Virginia and United States History course, so it matches our Standards of Learning (SOL) essential knowledge. But it can be
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America’s New Government Bundle – Upper Elementary – No Prep, Print & Go Unit
This complete unit includes everything you need to teach America’s New Government. It focuses on the formation of three branches of government, introduction of the Articles of Confederation, creation of the Bill of Rights, and signing of the Constitution. *******************************************
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Primary Source DBQs on the Judicial Branch - Anti-Federalist Brutus XI
If you've been wanting to teach from primary sources, but haven't been able to find the time to select what's relevant for your students, this is for you! This is an in-depth and challenging assignment. Students will need to read, and demonstrate their understanding of one of the most important wri
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The Constitution: Guided power point lesson about creating the constitution
21 slide powerpoint and 2 pages of guided notes discusses the decisions the founding fathers made about how to begin a new country. This lesson also includes a quick review activity to help your students learn the difference between Federalists and Antifederalists. This lesson includes: Slides Cre
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Crash Course US History #9  Where US Politics Came From Worksheet
This is a worksheet I have my students do as they watch the popular youtube series Crash Course US History. This worksheet is for the video that deals with the birth of US political parties from the Federalists and Antifederalists to the creation of the Democratic Republicans and the conflict betwe
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