Students will analyze how history is a series of connected events shaped by multiple cause and effect relationships, tying past to present.
I can discuss the social, political, & economic challenges facing the new nation; & I can evaluate the government’s success in dealing with each.
Critical Vocabulary: George Washington, John Adams, Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, Bill of Rights, “The First Report on the Public Credit,” “Elastic Clause,” Strict Interpretation, Loose Interpretation, Bank of the United States, Excise Tax, Whiskey Rebellion, Federalists, Democratic-Republicans, Neutrality Proclamation, Citizen Edmond Genêt, Jay’s Treaty, Pinckney’s Treaty, Little Turtle, Blue Jacket, General ‘Mad Anthony’ Wayne, Battle of the Fallen Timbers, Treaty of Greenville, Farewell Address, “The XYZ Affair,” Alien and Sedition Acts, Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions, Election of 1800, Twelfth Amendment
- Background Question: Create a Trading Card for John Adams.
- Citizenship Question: What did the Emancipation Proclamation do?
A. called for an end to the Civil War
B. called for the creation of state borders
C. called for an end to Southern Secession
D. called for the freeing of slaves in the Confederate States
- Guided Instruction - The Federalist Era
- Reflection Question: What are the consequences of allowing a state to nullify federal laws?
Homework: The Federalist Era