Bundle of 2 - The Federalist Era & Vocabulary Exercise

Bundle of 2 - The Federalist Era & Vocabulary Exercise
Bundle of 2 - The Federalist Era & Vocabulary Exercise
Bundle of 2 - The Federalist Era & Vocabulary Exercise
Bundle of 2 - The Federalist Era & Vocabulary Exercise
Bundle of 2 - The Federalist Era & Vocabulary Exercise
Bundle of 2 - The Federalist Era & Vocabulary Exercise
Bundle of 2 - The Federalist Era & Vocabulary Exercise
Bundle of 2 - The Federalist Era & Vocabulary Exercise
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This product is a bundle of 2 highly animated, power point presentations on the Federalist Era. The first power point presentation contains 29 slides on the Federalists v. The Anti-Federalists and the second presentation is a 34 slide presentation on the vocabulary of the Federalist Era. The total number of slides is 63. Both presentations are highly editable so you can change them or reorder the slides to fit your individual needs.

Power point #1 is entitled: The Federalists v. The Anti-Federalists and covers the following:

In 1783, the war was over but the country was very week and its ability to survive was questionable. There was no effective government in place to meet the needs of a growing country. The Articles of Confederation were not working and it was clear that change was needed.

At the Philadelphia Constitutional Convention, the Federalists and Anti-Federalists locked horns over the whether it is better to “update” the Articles of Confederation or write a new constitution. The Federalist and the Anti-Federalist debated on the proper way forward for the country.

This power point covers the key differences in the thinking of the Federalists, who wanted a strong federal government and the Anti-federalists who did not. In the end, the United States had a new Constitution that is in effect until this day.

Weaknesses of the US Government (2)
The Government Was Not Functioning
The Philadelphia Convention
Federalists v. Anti-Federalists
“Bill of Rights”
Key Differences: Political Standing
Key Differences: Makeup of People
Key Differences: Leaders
Key Differences: U.S. Constitution
Key Differences: Articles of Confederation
Key Differences: Bill of Rights
Key Differences: Branches of Government
The Articles of Confederation v. The U.S. Constitution
Chief Executive
Government Structure
Passing Laws
Making Amendments
Imposing Taxes
Providing for a Military
Controlling Interstate Commerce
Settling Disputes
Making Treaties
Ratification
End of Presentation

Power point #2 is entitled: The Federalists Era - Vocabulary Exercise. The presentation covers the 29 common vocabulary words introduced in the study of The Federalist Era for the students to master. The slides are presented in alphabetical order but each of the slides are editable so you can modify the slides to the presentation as needed.

The Federalist Era lasted roughly from 1789 to 1801, when the Federalist Party dominated and shaped American politics. This era saw the adoption of the U.S. Constitution and the growth of a strong centralized government. This period created a whole new vocabulary to describe what was happening. In government.

This presentation contains 29 vocabulary words for the student to master. The assignment is to review each of the vocabulary words, to understand what they mean and how they became part of our vocabulary today. Good luck and have fun with the presentation!

This is one of many power point presentations I offer in my store under the heading.... Establishing the US Government.

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