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This lesson continues the discussion of what was involved in creating our U.S. government as we know it today. In particular, it will explain the Virginia and New Jersey plans. Additionally, it introduces the compromises necessary to get the new
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A primary source activity in which students will read newspaper articles from both the colonies and England, as well as depositions from actual eyewitnesses to the event. Each will give their perspective on the Boston Massacre. Students are then
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This guide accompanies a youtube video (link included). It is a supplemental activity used at the end of Series 2 lesson 4. It is intended to help students follow along and pay attention as the video plays. Thus, helping those who are
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This Powepoint discusses the way the meaning of the Constitution can be changed without actually changing the written words.
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This powerpoint discusses Federalism more specifically, including Exclusive, Reserved and Concurrent power. It also presents Expressed, Implied and Inherent powers. Finally, it introduces the significance of McCulloch v. Maryland.
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Political cartoon analysis with prompt questions
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Help your students learn the steps a bill takes to become law. They will make progress towards the end of the maze as they pass by the proper steps, in order.
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Students are introduced to what government is and it's earliest origins.
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Students are introduced to the difference between direct and indirect democracy. They are also introduced to different types of government, such as dictatorship, oligarchy, theocracy, etc.
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This powerpoint reviews the ideas that began to develop during the Enlightenment era and starts to introduce a foundation for concepts that would be used in forming the American Republic. Be sure to get my activity - "Get To Know the Philosophers"
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Students will read (individually or in groups) about 4 of the more well known Enlightenment philosophers. They will then compare and contrast each philosophers ideas on government and it's role in human society.
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Powerpoint goes over the 5 basic foundations for U.S. Democracy. It also introduces the U.S. mixed economic system and the idea of supply and demand.
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Review / Study guide for Series 1 powerpoints
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This powerpoint explores the idea of ordered, limited and representative government. It also introduces some of the early documents that were the precursors to the ideas that were included in the U.S. Constitution. Finally, it discusses the types
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Discusses the changes in circumstances and historic conflicts that led to an increase in tension between the colonies and England. Be sure to get my primary resource activity that goes with this powerpoint! It's called the "Boston Massacre
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This powerpoint discusses the Articles of Confederation and the weaknesses that ultimately caused it to fail.
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A short powerpoint finishing off Series 2 lessons. Discusses Federalist, Anti-federalists and some of the most famous of the Federalist essays.
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Identify the principles in the Preamble that are guaranteed to U.S. Citizens, then list a modern-day example of each.
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Study guide / Review for Series 2 Lessons
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Powerpoint introduces the 6 basic principles included in the Constitution: Popular Sovereignty, Limited Government, Separation of Power, Checks and Balances, Judicial Review, Federalism.
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