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JOURNAL: Interpreting Political Cartoons Activity. What symbol represents the colonies in this 1779 political cartoon? Who do you think the rider is? What is the message of this cartoon?. Chapter Assessment 13. ORIGINS OF AMERICAN GOVERNMENT:. SECTIONS 4 & 5 Creating the Constitution

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Chapter assessment 13

JOURNAL: Interpreting Political Cartoons Activity

  • What symbol represents the colonies in this 1779 political cartoon?

  • Who do you think the rider is?

  • What is the message of this cartoon?

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C h a p t e r 2 origins of american government

ORIGINS OF AMERICAN GOVERNMENT:

SECTIONS 4 & 5Creating the Constitution

Ratifying the Constitution

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Chapter 2

C H A P T E R 2Origins of American Government


Section 4 introduction 2

The Constitutional Convention

  • ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS:

  • Describe the Organization of the Convention. {leaders}

  • Discuss the 2 Plans.

  • Discuss the 5-Compromises made to the VA Plan and the NJ Plan.

  • Contrast the Federalist to the Anti-Federalists.

Section 4 Introduction-2


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CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION


Section 4 2

EQI.The Convention Begins

  • The delegates included

  • The delegates decided

Section 4-2


Framers of the constitution

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5

Chapter 2, Section 4

Framers of the Constitution


Framers of the constitution1

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Chapter 2, Section 4

Framers of the Constitution


Section 4 21

EQII.The New Jersey Plan vs. Virginia Plan:

Section 4-2


Section 4 4

EQIII.Plans and Compromises

  • The Great Compromise/Connecticut Compromise:

  • Bicameral Legislature with two parts:

    -------a House of Representatives=

    -------a Senate=

Section 4-4


Section 4 41

  • 3/5’s Compromise:

Section 4-4


Section 4 42

C. Commerce & Trade:

Section 4-4


Section 4 43

D. A four-year term for the president

E. An Electoral College rather than a direct election of the president.

Section 4-4


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  • WORKSHEET:

  • Why the constitution was written!


Section 4 9

EQ IV.Ratifying the Constitution

  • Influences into the writing of constitution: William Blackstone “Laws of England.”

  • The Federalists: Larger States

  • Leaders:

  • Leaders published “The Federalists Papers”

  • #10=P. 783

  • #78=P. 787

Section 4-9


Section 4 91

  • B. The Anti-Federalists: Small States

  • Leaders:

  • Paper P. 790

Section 4-9


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Federalist vs. Anti-Federalists


Section 4 10

C. Ratification:

Section 4-10


End of section 4

  • COURSEWORK:

  • Read 2:4 & 2:5

  • Answer #1,3,4,6 on page 54 and p. 58 2,5

  • Worksheet

  • Study for TEST!

End of Section 4


The constitution is ratified

  • Nine States ratified the Constitution by June 21, 1788, but the new government needed the ratification of the large States of New York and Virginia.

  • Great debates were held in both States, with Virginia ratifying the Constitution June 25, 1788.

  • New York’s ratification was hard fought. Supporters of the Constitution published a series of essays known as The Federalist.

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Chapter 2, Section 5

The Constitution is Ratified


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Interpreting Political Cartoons Activity

1.What symbol represents the colonies in this 1779 political cartoon?

The bucking horse represents the colonies.

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Interpreting Political Cartoons Activity

2.Who do you think the rider on the horse is?

The rider could be King George III or other British leaders.

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Interpreting Political Cartoons Activity

3.What is the message of this cartoon?

America is breaking its relationship with Great Britain by getting rid of its master, King George III.

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Section focus 4

1) the New Jersey Plan

2) the Electoral College compromise

3)large states because they had more people to vote for the lower house

Section Focus 4


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