You Decide! Articles of Confederation or the Constitution?
Why were the Articles of Confederation written and why was this document replaced by the U.S Constitution? The activities in my packet provide a variety of differentiated activities that encourage debates, discussions and research on the Web.
Included in this packet are KWLH charts for both documents, PRO/CON cards for both documents, a complete, partially completed and blank chart for comparisons of the two documents. There are a variety of cards and suggestions of how to use them as class activities or games. Many websites are included for different ability levels. MANY websites for reference are provided as well as teaching suggestions and answers for worksheets.
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