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1 Wednesday, Dec Update your table of contents DateTitleEntry # 12/8New England Farmer worksheet 66 12/12 Ideas Behind the Constitution notes 67 12/13Creating the Constitution packet 68 12/14Seven Principles of the Constitution Get out your packet from yesterday and turn to page 48 so we can finish

2 Guided Reading Section 3: Ratifying the Constitution A.Analyzing Points of View 1. What were Federalists?2. What were the Antifederalists? 3. Who were the leading Federalists?4. Who were the leading Antifederalists? 5. What reasons did the Federalists give to defend their views on the ratification? 6. What reasons did the Antifederalists give to defend their views on the Constitution?

3 Guided Reading Section 3: Ratifying the Constitution A.Analyzing Points of View 1.What were Federalists? People who supported the ratification (approval) of the Constitution 2. What were the Antifederalists? 3. Who were the leading Federalists?4. Who were the leading Antifederalists? 5. What reasons did the Federalists give to defend their views on the ratification? 6. What reasons did the Antifederalists give to defend their views on the Constitution?

4 Guided Reading Section 3: Ratifying the Constitution A.Analyzing Points of View 1.What were Federalists? People who supported the ratification (approval) of the Constitution 2.What were the Antifederalists? People who opposed ratification of the Constitution 3. Who were the leading Federalists?4. Who were the leading Antifederalists? 5. What reasons did the Federalists give to defend their views on the ratification? 6. What reasons did the Antifederalists give to defend their views on the Constitution?

5 Guided Reading Section 3: Ratifying the Constitution A.Analyzing Points of View 1.What were Federalists? People who supported the ratification (approval) of the Constitution 2.What were the Antifederalists? People who opposed ratification of the Constitution 3.Who were the leading Federalists? Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay 4. Who were the leading Antifederalists? 5. What reasons did the Federalists give to defend their views on the ratification? 6. What reasons did the Antifederalists give to defend their views on the Constitution?

6 Guided Reading Section 3: Ratifying the Constitution A.Analyzing Points of View 1.What were Federalists? People who supported the ratification (approval) of the Constitution 2.What were the Antifederalists? People who opposed ratification of the Constitution 3.Who were the leading Federalists? Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay 4.Who were the leading Antifederalists? George Mason and Patrick Henry (I smell a rat!!!) 5. What reasons did the Federalists give to defend their views on the ratification? 6. What reasons did the Antifederalists give to defend their views on the Constitution?

7 Guided Reading Section 3: Ratifying the Constitution A.Analyzing Points of View 1.What were Federalists? People who supported the ratification (approval) of the Constitution 2.What were the Antifederalists? People who opposed ratification of the Constitution 3.Who were the leading Federalists? Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay 4.Who were the leading Antifederalists? George Mason and Patrick Henry (I smell a rat!!!) 5.What reasons did the Federalists give to defend their views on the ratification? a.More power to the federal government b.Dividing power among branches c.One person lead executive branch 6. What reasons did the Antifederalists give to defend their views on the Constitution?

8 Guided Reading Section 3: Ratifying the Constitution A.Analyzing Points of View 1.What were Federalists? People who supported the ratification (approval) of the Constitution 2.What were the Antifederalists? People who opposed ratification of the Constitution 3.Who were the leading Federalists? Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay 4.Who were the leading Antifederalists? George Mason and Patrick Henry (I smell a rat!!!) 5.What reasons did the Federalists give to defend their views on the ratification? a.More power to the federal government b.Dividing power among branches c.One person lead executive branch 6.What reasons did the Antifederalists give to defend their views on the Constitution? a.Power to be with the states b.Legislative Branch be most powerful c.Bill of Rights to protect the people

9 B.Summarize the arguments in favor of adding a bill of rights. It was needed because the Constitution did not list the peoples rights

10 Seven Principles of the Constitution Use pages What do I do? 1. Describe each 2. Draw a picture for each Popular SovereigntyRepublicanismFederalism Separation of PowersChecks and Balances Limited GovernmentIndividual Rights

11 Building Vocabulary - Homework A.Completion Use the following words for part A Republic Shay’s Rebellion Bill of Rights Federalism James Madison B.Matching C.Do NOT do


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