4. The Constitution in Action - Lesson 5 of 7: Monroe

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This is a 40 minute lesson, #5 of 7 in the Implementing the New Constitution unit four in US History and Government 11. It is fully comprehensive (no books needed) and contains: a presentation, reading material with correlating graphic organizers (classwork or homework) and timeline. It does not include correlating Regents questions as that is restricted but I use Examgen to generate questions for homework. Will be updated to Common Core standards in the future. Real USABLE US History and Government Lessons

Main Ideas:
John Marshall Court
Marbury v Madison (1803)
McCulloch v Maryland (1819)
Dartmouth College v Woodward (1819)
Gibbons v Ogden (1823)
Monroe Doctrine

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1 – United States History and New York History
2 – World History
3 – Geography
5 - Civics, Citizenship, and Government
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12
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40 Minutes

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4. The Constitution in Action - Lesson 5 of 7: Monroe
4. The Constitution in Action - Lesson 5 of 7: Monroe
4. The Constitution in Action - Lesson 5 of 7: Monroe
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