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Social Experiments in the Jacksonian Era Note-Taking Exercise

Social Experiments in the Jacksonian Era Note-Taking Exercise
Product Description
In this note-taking exercise, students explore social developments that occurred during the Age of Andrew Jackson. Students will examine how communities such as New Harmony, the North American Phalanx, Brook Farm, and Nashoba developed during the nineteenth century as they take notes regarding the leaders, chronology, geography, and goals for each of these social experiments. At the bottom of the exercise is a list of sources (i.e., textbooks) that are commonly used in high school history courses.
Total Pages
1 page
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
1 hour
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