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When you first get in:. RIGHT SIDE: ON THE TOP OF PAGE 31 copy down the LO and DQ: LO: 1. Understand Sectionalism & State’s Rights 2. Compare & Contrast different regions DQ: 1. What sectional difference led to the State’s Rights debate?

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When you first get in
When you first get in:

RIGHT SIDE: ON THE TOP OF PAGE 31copy down the LO and DQ:

LO: 1. Understand Sectionalism & State’s Rights

2. Compare & Contrast different regions

DQ: 1. What sectional difference led to the State’s Rights debate?

2. What were the South’s beliefs about State’s Rights?

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Pg. 30 Persuasive Letter 9/11/13

Pg. 31 Sectionalism & State’s Rights 9/11/13

Today We Will Need:

Copy of Reading

Textbook


Copy this on page 31 only on half the page
Copy This On Page 31(ONLY ON HALF THE PAGE)

  • Copy down the table on page 383 in your textbook or refer to the graphic below

Northeast

West

South

Sale of public lands

Internal Improvements

High Tariffs


With your partner/table read section called “Rising Sectional Differences” and fill-in how each section stood on these issues. (pg. 379-381)

Northeast

West

South

Sale of public lands

Internal Improvements

High Tariffs


Northeast Sectional Differences” and fill-in how each section stood on these issues. (pg. 379-381)

West

South

Did not want land to be sold at cheap prices

Wanted low land prices

Sale of public lands

N/A

Did not support because of tariffs

Internal Improvements

Backed gov’t spending on canals and roads

Backed gov’t spending

supported

N/A

Opposed high tariffs

High Tariffs


On the other half of pg 47 copy this t chart
ON THE OTHER HALF OF PG. 47 COPY THIS T-CHART Sectional Differences” and fill-in how each section stood on these issues. (pg. 379-381)

State’s Rights

SOUTH

NORTH


T chart
T-Chart Sectional Differences” and fill-in how each section stood on these issues. (pg. 379-381)

  • We will read “State’s Rights” as a class

  • Afterward, you and your partner will work together to show how the North and South differed on the idea of State’s Rights.

  • On each side there will be multiple bullet points


Rest of right side
Rest of Right Side Sectional Differences” and fill-in how each section stood on these issues. (pg. 379-381)

State’s Rights

SOUTH

NORTH

-laws about high tariffs was unfair

-states have rights to nullify (overturn) any law fed. Government passed

-supported weaker central government

-states have right to leave Union and form own independent country

-nullification and states rights would make country weaker

-supported strong federal government

-People within country make U.S., not states


Reflection activity left side
Reflection Activity- Left Side Sectional Differences” and fill-in how each section stood on these issues. (pg. 379-381)

Directions:

  • You will write a persuasive letter about State’s Rights.

  • You will pick a point of view: North or South

  • You are trying to convince the opposite region, why your beliefs about State’s Rights are correct

  • Your letter must use the reasons we wrote down on our T-Chart and our notes on the different regions and their sectional needs.

  • Your letter should be about 4 sentences long and begin with Dear _______ and end with Sincerely

  • Once you are finished, complete today’s summary.


Example
Example Sectional Differences” and fill-in how each section stood on these issues. (pg. 379-381)

Dear Joe,

I am a _____________who believes ________________ and you should too. Here are reasons why I think that ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Sincerely,

____________

**4 sentences in total


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