The Articles of Confederation Doodle Notes Students Use Emojis for Explanation

The Articles of Confederation Doodle Notes Students Use Emojis for Explanation
The Articles of Confederation Doodle Notes Students Use Emojis for Explanation
The Articles of Confederation Doodle Notes Students Use Emojis for Explanation
The Articles of Confederation Doodle Notes Students Use Emojis for Explanation
The Articles of Confederation Doodle Notes Students Use Emojis for Explanation
The Articles of Confederation Doodle Notes Students Use Emojis for Explanation
The Articles of Confederation Doodle Notes Students Use Emojis for Explanation
The Articles of Confederation Doodle Notes Students Use Emojis for Explanation
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NOTE: This lesson is included in my Shay's Rebellion Inquiry. However, I'm aware that not all of you would prefer to complete the full inquiry, so I've provided this lesson separately.

This lesson has students review the Articles of Confederation through interactive doodle notes. The students will translate each of the problems of the Articles of Confederation into "emoji sentences." Through the process of "translating" each of the problems, the students have to think very carefully about what each of the problems actually meant to the United States.

This takes a topic that can be somewhat dry for students and makes it fun!

This lesson linked with the following NYS Standard. You could also copy and replace it with your own.

7.4b.1 - Students will investigate the successes and failures of the Articles of Confederation, determine why many felt a new plan of government was needed, and explain how the United States Constitution attempted to address the weaknesses of the Articles.

This product includes:
- A 2-page lesson plan tied with NYS standards and common core (PDF)
- A 3-page handout - two pages of doodle notes (where students describe each of the problems of the Articles of Confederation using emojis) and an exit ticket to assess for understanding
- A six slide PowerPoint/ Google Slides presentation

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