Use this template to help students keep track of each Constitutional Amendment! One possible use is to assign each student in the class an Amendment to present, and the other students use this to take notes during the presentation.
This document based question worksheet DBQ activity can be done in the classroom or assigned for homework. 4 historical documents with 3 questions each lead students to analyze whether the early U.S. government was very democratic after all.
Great for group work! In groups of 5, you could assign each student a different landmark Supreme Court case regarding the 1st Amendment. Have the students present and take notes on each other's cases, making predictions about each case before
Includes 4 readings (on the Indian Removal Act, the Supreme Court Case “Worcester v. Georgia”, Andrew Jackson's speech “To the Cherokee Tribe of Indians”, and the Trail of Tears, and a graphic organizer to take notes/answer questions about each
Includes 6 readings (in chronological order, like events on a timeline) with 2 questions per reading. Graphic organizer has all the questions from all 6 readings and a place to answer them. Students can either read all 6 readings independently, or
Includes 4 readings, each one describing a different problem caused by American industrialization. For each reading/issue, students are asked to analyze the cause of the problem and solutions the government proposed to fix it. Students can read all
Included are 4 historical documents from the Korean War (a telegram from the U.S. State Department to President Truman regarding an invasion, a transcript of Truman’s radio and television address to the American people on the situation in Korea from