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ESSENTIAL QUESTION: HOW DANGEROUS WERE ELBRIDGE GERRY’S IDEAS? Objectives: SWBAT analyze, evaluate, source and annotate excerpted primary and...
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A midweek, Weekly Text for Independence Day, 2017: An Intellectual Devotional reading on the Declaration of Independence with a comprehension...
Adam Feinberg
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2018
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This handout briefly describes the 13th Amendment and then gives students several scenarios (sharecropping, convict labor, military draft, jury duty...
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This is an 8 page document that asks students to re-write the 15th, 19th, 24th, and 26th Amendments in their own words, then provides charts about...
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  • Social Studies
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New York DOE
ESSENTIAL QUESTION: HOW CAN A RALLY POINT TO IMPLEMENT FOUNDING PRINCIPLES HELP UNITE AMERICA AND REVITALIZE THE AMERICAN DREAM? Objectives: SWBAT...
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This handout had the Declaration of Independence on the left with a translation/summary of each section on the right. Modify it however you'd like,...
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As I was trying to find a map showing mercantilism between Britain and its 13 American colonies, I noticed something - every map showed that rum was...
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This activity has students respond to the 4 major compromises at the Constitutional Convention: strong federal vs. strong state governments, large...
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civics overview webquest, best used for US History 1 classes or review for a Civics class.
Adam Feinberg
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2018
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This handout has students examine the three main clauses of the Eighth Amendment to the Constitution, along with three court cases dealing with...