A New Nation- Articles of Confederation & Constitution- Learning Goal Chart

A New Nation- Articles of Confederation & Constitution- Learning Goal Chart
A New Nation- Articles of Confederation & Constitution- Learning Goal Chart
A New Nation- Articles of Confederation & Constitution- Learning Goal Chart
A New Nation- Articles of Confederation & Constitution- Learning Goal Chart
A New Nation- Articles of Confederation & Constitution- Learning Goal Chart
A New Nation- Articles of Confederation & Constitution- Learning Goal Chart
A New Nation- Articles of Confederation & Constitution- Learning Goal Chart
A New Nation- Articles of Confederation & Constitution- Learning Goal Chart
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Administrators always say to put the tracking in the student's hands, make sure you are keeping data, and never offer ways to help you do these! Well, that's where I come in! I sat down with the test specs, essential standards, and standard breakdown sheet to create this awesome excel sheet that you could easily print, distribute, or put in a google sheet that your students can track THEMSELVES! Plus this is also a great tracker for PLC's to ensure all students are learning the content & you are on the same page. this has made our team meetings go SO much smoother! This is my favorite tool in my classroom.

Students will track themselves unit by unit & standard by standard with the use of "I can" statements.

Instructions: Step By Step

1. Find the unit we are in right now.

2. Based on the work we have done thus far, please put an x in the box that best describes your knowledge of the "I can" statement.

3. Be sure to revisit this before your test to ensure that You've Got This Down! This is what the US History team is creating your test off of. If you can move yourself to the final column of "Yes, I can." Then you should score 80% or higher on the test. I will be checking on these :)

4. If you get assigned to an intervention. You will need to edit this on the last day of that cycle

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SS.8.A.3.9: Evaluate the structure, strengths, and weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation and its aspects that led to the Constitutional Convention.

SS.8.C.1.4: Identify the evolving forms of civic and political participation from the colonial period through Reconstruction.

SS.8.E.2.2: Explain the economic impact of government policies.

SS.8.A.1.6:Compare interpretations of key events and issues throughout American History.

SS.8.A.3.10: Examine the course and consequences of the Constitutional Convention (New Jersey Plan, Virginia Plan, Great Compromise, Three-Fifths Compromise,

compromises regarding taxation and slave trade, Electoral College, state vs. federal power, empowering a president).

SS.8.A.3.11: Analyze support and opposition (Federalists, Federalist Papers, Antifederalists, Bill of Rights) to ratification of the U.S. Constitution.

SS.8.C.1.5: Apply the rights and principles contained in the Constitution and Bill of Rights to the lives of citizens today.

SS.8.C.2.1: Evaluate and compare the essential ideals and principles of American constitutional government expressed in primary sources from the colonial period to

Reconstruction

SS.8.G.6.2: Illustrate places and events in U.S. history through the use of narratives and graphic representations.

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Learning Goal: Students will know the events and ideas that affected the writing of the Articles of Confederation and the Constitution and be able to describe the problems that the new nation faced.

Essential Question:

Section 1:How did the Articles of Confederation provide a framework for a national government?

Section 2: What problems that the new nation faced, made it clear that a new constitution was needed?

Learning Goals: Students will know the events and ideas that affected the writing of the Articles of Confederation and be able

to explain why ratifying the Constitution was vigorously debated.

Essential Questions:

Section 3: How did a new constitution provide a framework for a stronger national government?

Section 4: Why did Americans carry on a vigorous debate before ratifying the Constitution?

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