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This episode is part of a larger series of interactive, and engaging lessons for students in US History.
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Ridgway US History Episode 20 | Parties & Machine Politics & The Election of 1824
Time: 60-80 Minutes
Topic & Activities: this episode is designed to help students:
--understand and run a political machine similar to the early model created by Martin Van Buren
--Explain the conflicts leading up to the election of 1824 and summarize its outcome
It includes two mini-lessons, a political machine activity, and a few video clips and higher-order thinking questions.
-Mini-Lesson with scaffolded Cornell-style notes: free-form, and digital.
-Integrated videos and extension activities, as well as higher-order thinking activities.
Formats: Google Apps, Word, PowerPoint, PDF.
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Tags: Political Machines, Election of 1824, Democracy, Political Parties, Suffrage, Jacksonian Democracy, Martin Van Buren, Bucktails, Patronage, John Quincy Adams, Henry Clay, Andrew Jackson, William H. Crawford, American System, the Corrupt Bargain.