Ridgway US History Ep 21: Jacksonian America: Tariff of Abominations & Bank War

Ridgway US History Ep 21: Jacksonian America: Tariff of Abominations & Bank War
Ridgway US History Ep 21: Jacksonian America: Tariff of Abominations & Bank War
Ridgway US History Ep 21: Jacksonian America: Tariff of Abominations & Bank War
Ridgway US History Ep 21: Jacksonian America: Tariff of Abominations & Bank War
Ridgway US History Ep 21: Jacksonian America: Tariff of Abominations & Bank War
Ridgway US History Ep 21: Jacksonian America: Tariff of Abominations & Bank War
Ridgway US History Ep 21: Jacksonian America: Tariff of Abominations & Bank War
Ridgway US History Ep 21: Jacksonian America: Tariff of Abominations & Bank War
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Welcome to Mr. Ridgway's US History Series!

This episode is part of a larger series of interactive, and engaging lessons for students in US History.
If you find you enjoy this episode, please check out the rest at my store!


Ridgway US History Episode 21: Jacksonian America: The Tariff of Abominations & The Bank War

This lesson summarizes the culture of Jacksonian America & explains the events of the Tariff of Abominations & Bank War.

Includes:
- Mini-Lesson with scaffolded Cornell-style notes: free-form, and digital.
- Warmup/Exit Ticket questions
- Ordering activity that helps students summarize and logically order the events of the Tariff of Abominations and South Carolina secession crisis.
- Comic activity that gives students the opportunity to demonstrate their learning.


Formats: Google Apps, Word, PowerPoint, PDF.

As always, make a world of difference!

Mr. Ridgway


Creative Commons Notice: SlidesCarnival was utilized to create the base template for this product.

Tags: Jacksonian America, US History, American History, Culture, Democracy, Andrew Jackson, Tariff of Abominations, Democrats, Tariff of 1828, US Bank, Congress, John Quincy Adams, South Carolina, Nullification, South Carolina Exposition and Protest, John C. Calhoun, Jefferson & Madison, Kentucky & Virginia Resolutions, Secession, Force Bill, State versus Federal Power, Whigs, Jackson's Bank War.
Total Pages
15 pages
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N/A
Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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