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US History

Unit 3: A New Nation


Day
1

Activity
-Where We Stand Discussion
-Student completed Guided Reading:
Launching the New Nation
-Pop Quiz over assignment

-Review Launching a New Nation


worksheet
-Guided notes over Hamilton and
Jefferson (Hamilton & Jefferson Notes
ppt)
-Washington & New Government Video
-Comparing Hamilton v Jefferson Chart
-----Video: Hamilton v Jefferson

- (Hamilton & Jefferson Letters ppt)


-Partner Document Analysis- Letters
by Hamilton & Jefferson
--Complete APPARTS analysis for each
--class discussion questions
-Take a Stand Assignment
-Partner/Group Analysis- Washingtons
Farewell Address
-Hamilton & Jefferson Folding Line
Activity

-Guided Notes: Adams & Jefferson


Presidencies
-Review/Discussion Questions

-Lewis and Clark Video

-Finish Lewis and Clark Video (if

Objective
-Be able to explain the
two views on how the
new United States
government should
function.
-Be able to explain
Hamilton and Jeffersons
contrasting views on the
role and size of the
federal government.

-Be able to analyze


primary source
documents from
Alexander Hamilton &
Thomas Jefferson.
-Be able to support your
Hamilton or Jefferson
position with evidence.
-Be able to explain the
main themes of President
Washingtons Farewell
Address .
-Be able to explain major
events & developments in
the U.S. during the
Presidential
administrations of John
Adams & Thomas
Jefferson.
-Be able to explain the
difficulties and
contributions of the Lewis
and Clark expedition
through the Louisiana
Territory.
-Be able to explain major

necessary)
-Guided Notes: Madison and Monroe
Presidencies
8
9

-Unit 3 Review/Preview Assignment


-Introduce Andrew Jackson
-Station Activity

10

-Finish Andrew Jackson Station Activity


-Sort Evidence- King Andrew or Man of
the People
-Introduce Andrew Jackson Writing
Prompt

11

Work on Essay (in class)

13

-Andrew Jackson Writing Prompt (inclass day)


Mobile lab

14

-Andrew Jackson Writing Prompt (inclass day)


Mobile lab

15

**Give Rapid Review


-Andrew Jackson Writing Prompt (inclass day)
Mobile Lab

16

******Assignment due at 11:59


PM*******
Uploaded to One Drive by 11:59 &
SHARED
Hard copy due in class TOMORROW
-Guided Notes: The Market Revolution
-Partner Review Questions

events & developments in


the U.S. during James
Madison and James
Monroes Presidencies.
-Be able to use historical
evidence from primary
and secondary sources to
label Andrew Jackson as
"King Andrew" or "Man of
the People
-Be able to use historical
evidence from primary
and secondary sources to
label Andrew Jackson as
"King Andrew" or "Man of
the People
Be able to use historical
evidence from primary
and secondary sources to
label Andrew Jackson as
"King Andrew" or "Man of
the People
-Be able to use historical
evidence from primary
and secondary sources to
label Andrew Jackson as
"King Andrew" or "Man of
the People
-Be able to use historical
evidence from primary
and secondary sources to
label Andrew Jackson as
"King Andrew" or "Man of
the People
-Be able to use historical
evidence from primary
and secondary sources to
label Andrew Jackson as
"King Andrew" or "Man of
the People

-Be able to explain the


impact of the market

17

-Abolition Movement Station Activity

18
19

Rapid Review/In class Jeopardy


Unit Test

revolution on the
American economy and
American factory workers.
Be able to describe the
characteristics of the
abolition movement and
actions of abolitionists
during the antebellum
period of the mid-1800s.
Review
Assessment