The Great Supreme Court Cases: John Marshall

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This is a four part unit covering important Supreme Court cases that deal with the major issues decided by the John Marshall court. Included in the download are write ups for Barron v. Baltimore, Worcester v. Georgia, Cherokee v. Georgia, and McCulloch v Maryland. The write ups give important background information on the cases as well as explanations for the Court's decisions. The issues in the cases include Indian Removal, states rights, 5th Amendment property rights, public domain, judicial review, and John Adams' Midnight Judges. Each unit also has student activities to accompany the readings. The unit includes four guided reading activities, four sets of true and false questions, four sets of vocabulary activities, four student response essay questions, four sets of multiple choice reading comprehension questions, and a word builder activity to wrap up the unit. There are enough activities to fill around four 30 to 40 minute segments of a history or government class.

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The Great Supreme Court Cases: John Marshall
The Great Supreme Court Cases: John Marshall
The Great Supreme Court Cases: John Marshall
The Great Supreme Court Cases: John Marshall