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1 Teachers: In this assessment (except for the first two slides), the students will get instant answer feedback for each question. In order to activate the answer feedback, you need to: 1.Click on “Tools” 2.Click on “Macro” 3.Click on “Security” 4.Click on “Low” 5.Click “Okay” 6.Exit Powerpoint; then open up Powerpoint again. Researched by Delia Bisgyer/multiple choice template designed by Joyce Wainwright, SBTS, Camelot Elementary School

2 Which Founding Father Am I? They are called our Founding Fathers because they worked long and hard at the Convention in Philadelphia in the summer of 1787 to debate, discuss and write a Constitution for the new United States. I wrote the Bill of Rights and made sure it was added to the Constitution. I was the leader at the Constitutional Convention.

3 Which Founding Father Am I? They are called our Founding Fathers because they worked long and hard at the Convention in Philadelphia in the summer of 1787 to debate, discuss and write a Constitution for the new United States. I wrote the VA Declaration of Rights, which gave us rights such as freedom of religion and freedom of the press. I wrote the VA Statute for Religious Freedom, which gave us the right to worship as we choose.

4 4. The VA Statute for Religious Freedom, 1786, was later used to write the First Amendment to the Constitution. The VA Statute was written by James Madison George Mason Thomas Jefferson. 3. The primary writer of the Declaration of Independence, 1776, was Thomas Jefferson. George Washington. George Mason. James Madison. George Washington

5 6.The President of the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, 1787, was George Washington. James Madison. Thomas Jefferson. George Mason. 5. The man who took continuous notes at the Constitutional Convention, 1787, and was later known as “the Father of the Constitution,” was James Madison. George Washington. George Mason. Thomas Jefferson.

6 2. The writer of the Bill of Rights was known as “the Father of the Bill of Rights.” Who? James Madison George Washington Thomas Jefferson George Mason 1. The Virginia Declaration of Rights, 1776, was later used to write the Bill of Rights. The VA Declaration of Rights was written by George Mason George Washington James Madison Thomas Jefferson

7 8. This man became a good role model for future presidents and was known as “the Father of Our Country.” Who? George Mason. James Madison. Thomas Jefferson. George Washington. 7.Who would not sign the Constitution because it did not have a Bill of Rights? George Mason. Thomas Jefferson. George Washington. James Madison. On August 31 a weary ? bitterly exclaimed that he... “... would sooner chop off my right hand than put it to the Constitution as it now stands."

8 Sources Mason, G. & Lee, T. L. (1776). The Virginia Declaration of Rights (page 1). Library of Congress: Exhibitions, American Treasures of the Library of Congress.The Virginia Declaration of Rights (page 1). Robinson, H.R. ( ). Thomas Jefferson--Third president of the United States / lithographed and published by H. Robinson, N.Y. & Washington, D.C. Library of Congress: Prints & Photographs, Popular Graphic Arts.Thomas Jefferson--Third president of the United States / lithographed and published by H. Robinson, N.Y. & Washington, D.C. Rosenthal, A. (1888). George Mason. nat-1726-ob-1792 : from the painting in the possession of the family. Library of Congress: American Memory, The First American West: The Ohio River Valley, George Mason. nat-1726-ob-1792 : from the painting in the possession of the family. Unknown. (n.d.). James Madison. Library of Congress: Prints & Photographs, Popular Graphic Arts.James Madison.

9 Congress of the United States. (1789). Congress of the United States. In the House of representatives. Monday, 24th August, Resolved, by the Senate and House of representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, two thirds of both houses deeming it necessary, that the following articles be proposed to the legislatures of the several states, as amendments to the Constitution of the United States... [17 articles] In Senate, August 25, Read and ordered to be printed... New York. Printed by T. Greenleaf, near the Coffee-House, [1789]. (Image 1). Library of Congress: American Memory, An American Time Capsule: Three Centuries of Broadsides and Other Printed Ephemera.Congress of the United States. In the House of representatives. Monday, 24th August, Resolved, by the Senate and House of representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, two thirds of both houses deeming it necessary, that the following articles be proposed to the legislatures of the several states, as amendments to the Constitution of the United States... [17 articles] In Senate, August 25, Read and ordered to be printed... New York. Printed by T. Greenleaf, near the Coffee-House, [1789]. (Image 1). Hintermeister, H. (c1925). The foundation of American government / Hy. Hintermeister. Library of Congress: Prints & Photographs.The foundation of American government / Hy. Hintermeister. Horydczak, T. (ca.1920-ca.1950). U.S. Capitol paintings. Signing of the Declaration of Independence, painting by John Trumbull in U.S. Capitol, detail II. Library of Congress: Prints & Photographs, Horydczak Collection.U.S. Capitol paintings. Signing of the Declaration of Independence, painting by John Trumbull in U.S. Capitol, detail II. Madison, J. (1787). Notes on the Federal Convention. Library of Congress: Exhibitions, Madison's Treasures.Notes on the Federal Convention.

10 . A Bill for Establishing Religious Freedom. Library of Congress: Exhibitions, Thomas Jefferson.A Bill for Establishing Religious Freedom.. George Mason objections to Constitution. Other.George Mason objections to Constitution. Christy, H. C. (ca. 1960). Scene at Signing of the Constitution of the United States. Library of Congress: Prints & Photographs.Scene at Signing of the Constitution of the United States. Cogniet, L. (c1839). Washington / painted by Cogniet, 1836 ; engraved by Laugier, Library of Congress: Prints & Photographs, Popular Graphic Arts.Washington / painted by Cogniet, 1836 ; engraved by Laugier, 1839.


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