Age of Jackson Bundle | Trail of Tears, Bank War, Nullification

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In this Age of Jackson Bundle Unit resource bundle, you receive three engaging activities to teach the Age of Jackson in early American History.

The Age of Jackson activity bundle includes:

✔ 1.) Age of Jackson Unit: 4 Common-Core focused lessons to teach President Jackson!

The first resource is a mini unit used to teach President Jackson. This unit includes focused readings and graphic organizers to introduce Jackson as a Man of the People, Jackson's Bank War, his treatment of native people, and the Nullification Crisis. This lesson has both a paper, in-class AND Google 1:1 compatible version included!

✔ 2.) Andrew Jackson & the Cherokee: What was their relationship like?

The second resource is a focused activity on Jackson and his treatment of the Cherokee people, specifically the Cherokee and the Trail of Tears. Students investigate how Jackson viewed the Cherokee by examining several documents. This lesson has both a paper, in-class AND Google 1:1 compatible version included!

✔ 3.) Age of Andrew Jackson Review! Play Review Game on Jackson, Trail of Tears, More!

The third resource is a Trivia Challenge review activity! Students play Trivia Challenge, a game that plays like Jeopardy, to review the major concepts and themes of Jackson's presidency!

Looking for a guiding set of notes and a PowerPoint on the Age of Jackson? Check out that here:

Age of Jackson Guiding Unit PowerPoint!

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