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
Looking for Constitution activities? This is a fun and engaging way to review Federalists and Anti-Federalists! Students will read a statement and decide if it is a view of Federalists or Anti-Federalists, then glue the box in the correct column. An answer key is included.
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 t
Are you looking for materials aligned to the new 2019-2020 TN Ready SS Standards? This Articles of the Week can be used as a bell ringer to practice a variety of literacy skills, such as using evidence, summarizing, short response writing, and grammar practice. This Article of the Week is an informa
This is a full 2-3 week historical inquiry unit, which focuses mainly on teaching students to think, read, write, and critique others like historians. This inquiry unit encourages students to write their own narratives using primary and secondary sources in authentic ways. It seamlessly connects m
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.
Compare the thoughts of the FEDERALISTS and ANTIFEDERALISTS at the Constitutional Convention in this textual and primary source reading activity (provided as both a PRINTABLE PDF and DIGITAL GOOGLE SLIDE). Students are provided with sentence stems on their handout to help guide their thinking and u
This is a set of five guided annotation and questions worksheets for the Federalist Papers and Brutus, No. 1, of the AP Government and Politics Foundational Documents. Included are worksheets for each of the following: Brutus, No. 1; Federalist, No. 10; Fed., No. 51; Fed., No. 70; and Fed., No. 78.I
Designed for use in the Google Classroom, this Peardeck lesson introduced the students to the Federalists and the Antifederalists. It gives them an overview of their beliefs, fears, and supporters and introduces the Federalist Papers as well as the Bill of Rights and the Amendment Process.This less
Federalists Vs. Anti-federalists Word Search & Crossword Puzzle Civics SS.7.C.1.8 EOC ReviewThe word search and crossword puzzle have the same clues/questions. This is meant to give students the option for which activity they want to complete. Word SearchThere are 2 versions of the word search (
Your students will create a comic strip using StoryBoardThat.com comparing Federalists & Anti-federalists. They will depict an argument between two political leaders. Using their creativity they will be able to show their understanding of these two opposing sides. Additionally, students will wri
This is a bundle of 3 presentations which includes 2 power point presentations on The Federalist Era of 1789-1801 and the Federalists v. the Anti-Federalists. It also includes a Student Study Guide Tutorial with an answer Key on Federalists v. the Anti-Federalists - The Great Debate. The total numbe
The delegates to the Philadelphia convention spent four months drafting and editing the U.S. Constitution. When newspapers printed full text of the new Constitution, many Americans were shocked by the radical changes is proposed. Many Americans simply expected the delegates to revise the Articles of
This resource includes 2 activities: one to address the Federalist arguments for the ratification of the Constitution, and one to address the Anti-Federalist arguments against the ratification of the Constitution. The Federalist assignment is in a letter to the editor format, and the Anti-federalist
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
ARE YOU A FEDERALIST OR AN ANTI-FEDERALIST? This fun and creative project is perfect to assign when discussing the Constitution and Federalists and Anti-Federalists. This project requires students either individually or with a partner to take on the role of a Federalist or Anti-Federalist and create
Documents from Federalists and Anti-Federalists (Hamilton, Madison, Jay, Mason, Henry, and Macon) Also a map showing the disbursement of the Federalist and Anti-Federalists. Questions to the selected quotes (documents) are engaging and require the student to fully understand the texts from the Fed
Your students will learn and apply necessary vocabulary terms such as Federalist Papers, ratify, Elastic Clause, and more. They will compare the similarities and differences between the Federalists and Anti-Federalists and the compromises that led to the Constitution.In the notes, students analyze t
In this classic children's game students will pin the TIES of political ideology on Alexander Hamilton (The Federalist) and Sam Adams (The Anti-Federalist). There are 10 Ties and a full sized piece of copy paper of Hamilton and Adams.
Teacher Instructions and a KEY are included.
Teach your students about the Federalists and Anti-Federalists with this lesson! Great for homework, group work, substitute lessons, individual work and whole class instruction. Enjoy!Included In This Lesson: Original ReadingStudent Note Taking SheetStudent Question SheetPrinter Friendly CopiesAnsw
Federalist and Anti-Federalist Identification Distance Learning Google Forms -Self-grading with answer key -easy to modify and assign in Google Classroom-Google Apps, Google Suites -Great for distance learning, online learning, and remote learning -Can be used as a an assessment or activity