Presentation on theme: "Men line up to vote in the presidential election of 1828. The Granger Collection, New York."— Presentation transcript:
Men line up to vote in the presidential election of 1828. The Granger Collection, New York.
Purpose What- We are going to learn about cooperation How- by understanding how democracy grew during the age of Jackson Why- so we understand how it affects my life.
Essential Question: How well did President Andrew Jackson promote democracy? Objectives: In a Visual Discovery activity, students analyze and bring to life images of key events in the presidency of Andrew Jackson to evaluate how well he promoted democracy. Social Studies 1) describe the perspectives of various groups of people in response to Jackson and his key policies. 2) assess the impact of Jackson’s policies on the outcome of events. 3) evaluate how well Jackson promoted democracy, citing both his positive and negative contributions. Language Arts 1) deliver narrative presentations that relate a clear, coherent event by using well-chosen details and employing strategies such as relevant dialogue.
What is Cooperation ? To work together for a common goal. What is Democracy? System of government in which the power belongs to the people What is Visual Discovery? analyze images to find information about a topic.