This is a lesson that involves four stations on the Constitution. One station is on the Great Compromise, the 2nd is on 3/5th compromise, 3rd is on the Federalist/Antifederalist debate, and the 4th station is on the Bill of Rights. The handout that students carry to each station is also included. This lesson is completely put together and can be adapted for any classroom. The class period goes so fast with stations!
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