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- This two-pack allows your students to use primary source documents to help them become better students of history. Students will analyze the 7 articles of the U.S. Constitution as well as segments from Washington's Farewell Address. Descriptions of both resources are below:Constitutional Conventio$6.45$7.50Save $1.05
- This three-pack allows your students to use primary source documents to help them become better students of history. Students will analyze the Articles of Confederation, the 7 articles of the U.S. Constitution, and segments from Washington's Farewell Address. Descriptions of all three resources ar$10.75$12.50Save $1.75
- This two-pack allows your students to use primary source documents to help them become better students of history. Students will analyze the 7 articles of the U.S. Constitution as well as break down the Preamble to the U.S. Constitution to better understand the meaning behind it. Descriptions of b$4.50$5.50Save $1.00
- This two-pack allows your students to use primary source documents to help them become better students of history. Students will analyze the Articles of Confederation and the 7 articles of the U.S. Constitution. Descriptions of each resource below:The Articles of ConfederationUsed in over 1,400 cl$7.50$9.00Save $1.50
- This bundle of U.S. History primary sources provides you with a way to help your students better understand the ideas and meanings behind some of the most famous documents from America's past and how they connect to today's world. Each resource comes in both paper and digital formats.Click on the l$18.00$21.00Save $3.00
This resource will help your students understand why the Continental Congress moved away from the Articles of Confederation and created the U.S. Constitution. Provided is a PowerPoint (and Google Slides) presentation about the Constitutional Convention that I use with my 8th grade U.S. History students which explains why the Constitutional Convention was created followed with an investigation assignment of all seven articles of the U.S. Constitution. Details of how power was divided between the federal government and state governments, how representation in Congress was agreed upon, and how the three-fifths compromise was established regarding population and tax purposes will be understood by your students upon completion.
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Breaking Down the U.S. Constitution Assignment
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