PSA: The Federalists - Were They Power-Hungry or Protective

PSA: The Federalists - Were They Power-Hungry or Protective
PSA: The Federalists - Were They Power-Hungry or Protective
PSA: The Federalists - Were They Power-Hungry or Protective
PSA: The Federalists - Were They Power-Hungry or Protective
PSA: The Federalists - Were They Power-Hungry or Protective
PSA: The Federalists - Were They Power-Hungry or Protective
PSA: The Federalists - Were They Power-Hungry or Protective
PSA: The Federalists - Were They Power-Hungry or Protective
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Primary Resource Analysis: The Federalist Era - Were they Power-Hungry or Protective? This Primary Source Analysis (PSA) takes students through the Federalist era and compares the presidencies of Washington and Adams by looking at 32 primary sources and secondary source narratives from the Proclamation of Neutrality to the Alien and Sedition Acts. This resource is intended to be used as the primary vehicle for instruction for the entire Federalist Era unit. It ends with an essay to measure student learning and engagement by having students choose whether the Federalists were power-Hungry or protective. This PSA includes: - full PSA version with embedded questions - interactive notebook questions - Four-Square Graphic Organizer - Postage Stamp Non-Linguistic Representations - dedicated question packets - abridged PSA version to save copies - writing organizers for 2, 3, and 4 paragraph essays

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Primary Source Analysis Collection (20 Units)

Bundle Includes 20 Units:
Exploration
Colonization
Road to Revolution
American Revolution
Articles of Confederation
The Federalists
The Jeffersonians
Lewis and Clark
Industrial Revolution
Andrew Jackson
Manifest Destiny
Mexican-American War
Westward Expansion
Slave Narratives
Social Reform
Oddball Presidents
Civil War
Reconstruction
The Closing of the West
Florida History
Total Pages
84 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
2 Weeks
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