These 7 resources are a starter for a unit on Andrew Jackson and his presidency. It touches on his issues with banks, nullification, conflict with Native Americans, it discusses how Van Buren became President, the Panic of 1837, William Henry Harrison's one month term, and more!
One activity has students read a primary source account of the Election of 1828 and Jackson's inauguration. Another divides students into campaign committees for the Election of 1828 and that activity culminates in a class vote for president. There is a "Meet Andrew Jackson" resource which has students answer academic questions, complete an image analysis, and complete 3 creative tasks, and a pamphlet activity where students work with Native American removal. There is an Jackson interview activity and lastly, there are two speeches Jackson gave regarding Native American relations and removal which students read, analyze, and compare by answering 20 questions.
To recap, you get:
Jackson Interview Review Activity
Meet Andrew Jackson
Native American Removal Pamphlet
Jackson's Inauguration Primary Source Analysis
Election of 1828 Group Activity
Jacksonian Democracy Power Point
Speech Analysis and Comparison
a bonus writing assignment on Native American removal policies
***there is pertinent information in the presenter's notes of the power point, please make sure you look at them***
This is included in my US History MEGA Bundle 1:
US History Revolutionary War to Reconstruction
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