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Bell-work 1/27/13. Glue In, Fill out SPC. Update notebooks EQ: What occurred under TJ’s administration TSWBAT evaluate the presidency of TJ 12/17 BOR Chart 61 12/18 Ratification Order/Debate 62 1/21 New Republic LGS 63 1/21 New Republic SPC 64

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Bell work 1 27 13


Glue In, Fill out SPC

Update notebooks

EQ: What occurred under TJ’s administration

TSWBAT evaluate the presidency of TJ

12/17 BOR Chart 61

12/18 Ratification Order/Debate 62

1/21 New Republic LGS63

1/21 New Republic SPC64

1/21 GW Administration 65

1/23 JA Administration 66

1/27 TJ Administration 67


  • The student will be able to evaluate the presidency of Thomas Jefferson, the election of 1800, judicial review and the Louisiana Purchase with 80% accuracy

  • Where does this objective fit into the NEW REPUBLIC learning goal scale?

  • What do you need to be able to do with this objective to SCALE Everest or reach mastery level?

  • Write was is in red today only!

1 time for a change
1. Time for a CHANGE

  • The Federalists had controlled the national government in previous terms, puppeteer-ed by Alexander Hamilton

  • The election of 1800 would change things…Jefferson would base the running of the government on Republican values(Hehated elitism and he wanted to stop Hamilton’s influence in the government)

  • Jefferson referred to the election as the “Revolution of 1800” because things were going to change!!!

2 election of 1800
2. Election of 1800

  • Two parties running a candidate

  • Federalists: John Adams (65), CC Pinckney (64), John Jay (1)

  • Republicans: Thomas Jefferson (73), Aaron Burr (73)

  • Electoral votes were a tie; therefore it went to the HOR to break the tie and choose a president.

  • The men seated in the HOR had been there since 1798 and were all federalists.

  • They all got one vote and voted a tie 35 times, on the 36th vote they finally elected Jefferson as president.

  • Jefferson made a point to the nation by showing up in ordinary clothes and walking to his inauguration instead of riding in a fancy carriage. What was he trying to prove in this action?


3 consequences of election
3. Consequences of Election

  • 12th Amendment: changed how electors voted. Beginning in 1804, electors would vote separately for President and vice president

  • Hamilton meets his end!

  • In 1804, Aaron Burr (VP) challenges Hamilton to a duel.

  • Duel’s were a way to resolve a conflict (just a discharging of weapons) not usually meant to kill

  • Hamilton is shot and killed by the current Vice President of the US and suffers no legal consequences

4 new republican policies
4. New Republican policies

  • Jefferson wanted to stop Hamilton, his influence, and policies.

  • Wanted to limit the federal government’s power over states and citizens

  • Jefferson believed in the idea of laissez faire “let alone” which means that the government should not interfere in the economy

  • Jefferson fired all tax collectors

  • Shrank the military (down to 13 ships)

  • Eliminated all federal taxes

5 judicial review
5. Judicial Review

  • William Marbury was signed at the last minute by Adams as a federal judge

  • Jefferson’s Sec. of State James Madison did not get deliver the employment contract to TJ to be signed..he looses the job

  • Marbury sues Madison

  • Justice John Marshall(federalist), decides to declare the Judiciary Act of 1789 unconstitutional. John Marshall actually wins the case by establishing judicial review.

  • Supreme Court ruled that Congress cannot pass laws that are opposing to the Constitution, and that it is the role of the judicial system to interpret what the Constitution permits, not Congress.

  • The Supreme Court has the authority to strike down unconstitutional laws.

Progress chart and summary
Progress Chart and Summary

  • Complete your progress chart for I and J

  • Circle Map for Jefferson, describe his administration and actions as president