This BFU is on James Monroe and the Era of Good Feelings. It focuses on the beginnings of sectionalism, not the Monroe Doctrine. (The Monroe Doctrine is in the next one). It describes the economic and social characteristics of the North, South, and West. It includes vocabulary words such as industrialize, Virginia dynasty, Cotton Gin, and other content and non-content terms. It details the optimism and nationalism of the Era of Good Feelings in the context of growing sectionalism, another paradox of early America.
My BFUs are created for my ELL students WIDAs 2-6, but I also use them for remediation with students with lexiles below grade level--my grade level is 11th grade--and as a general review. They are easy to do, so all you need is to print them out and the students pace themselves. They are optimized for our school's Amplify tablet, so I actually don't print them out. You can use them with Ipad or on computer's with Adobe Reader. These are targeted to keep students reading and answering questions relevant to the standardized tests, so it works well with kids who don't actually read the material.
Please check out my other products! They are under my US History category. I use them in conjunction with the interactive notebook activities on the TPT seller's page Students of History.
OPTIMIZED FOR STANDARDIZED TEST RESULTS! PROVEN SUCCESS WITH VIRGINIA'S SOLS and CC.