Teacher-prepared notes show students what is important and how ideas relate, and offer a model for how students should take notes themselves (Marzano et al., 2001). These notes begin by giving the students an overview of the elections of 1824 and 1828. They discuss the expansion of the voting population in 1828 as one of the keys to Jackson's landslide victory. These notes then look at Jackson's presidential style (his spoils system, problems with Native Americans, etc.). Lastly, these notes give students an overview of the Nullification Crisis of 1832 and Jackson's veto of the Bank of the United States.
Key Words: Andrew Jackson, Graphic Organizer, teacher created notes, Nullification Crisis, Bank of the United States, Election of 1824, Election of 1828.
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