The Constitutional Convention Debate and Compromise Interactive Presentation

The Constitutional Convention Debate and Compromise Interactive Presentation
The Constitutional Convention Debate and Compromise Interactive Presentation
The Constitutional Convention Debate and Compromise Interactive Presentation
The Constitutional Convention Debate and Compromise Interactive Presentation
The Constitutional Convention Debate and Compromise Interactive Presentation
The Constitutional Convention Debate and Compromise Interactive Presentation
The Constitutional Convention Debate and Compromise Interactive Presentation
The Constitutional Convention Debate and Compromise Interactive Presentation
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2 MB|3 pg. handout + 21 slides + 2 pg. lesson plan
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The Constitutional Convention can be very confusing for students. Students struggle with conceptualizing the debates and compromises relating to the formation of the U.S. government. With this lesson, I've created a straightforward presentation that helps students to focus on the basics of the Constitutional Convention - what were the found fathers debating? How did they come to a compromise? I've included both the Connecticut (Great) Compromise and the 3/5's Compromise. 

To make sure that students clearly understand the lesson being presented, I've created a clearly written presentation with formative assessment questions built write in! Students can answer the questions with a web-based program called Pear Deck (tutorial provided) or within class discussion. 

This lesson includes a three-page handout for students will all the information from the presentation, a 21 slide presentation with built-in assessment questions and a 2-page lesson plan. 

You also might enjoy my other lessons from this Unit:

Shays' Rebellion Inquiry  
The Electoral College 

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Total Pages
3 pg. handout + 21 slides + 2 pg. lesson plan
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Does not apply
Teaching Duration
40 minutes
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