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2 Before we begin, answer the following on your page: You know that Thomas Jefferson was a leader of the Democratic- Republican party. What are some things he believed as a Democratic- Republican? The classical design and rural setting of Monticello, Jefferson’s home outside Charlottesville, Virginia, visually expressed both his aristocratic tastes and his vision of a harmonious agrarian republic.

3 essential question: How did the precedents and other important accomplishments of the Federalist Period (1789-1820) help make the United States what it is today? PART 3: JEFFERSON’S PRESIDENCY (1801-1809)

4 We are going to use skimming to learn about the Age of Jefferson’s impact on shaping the modern U.S. things to look for when skimming: 1. titles 2. bold-faced, italicized, or underlined words (read the sentence to better understand the term; if that doesn’t help to understand the term, look it up in the purple-edged glossary that begins on page 1061) 3. pictures and captions 4. charts and graphs 5. first sentence of each paragraph (if you have time, which you do have time today)

5 Jefferson won the South and West where farming was common. Thomas Jefferson is Elected President in 1800 Because John Adams was so unpopular after his first term, Thomas Jefferson won the election of 1800. You should not be reading this sentence. Stop wasting your time by reading this. Seriously, why are you so stubborn? Many young democratic countries fall apart when one group loses power to another, often resulting in civil war. The election of 1800 is sometimes called the Revolution of 1800 because it proved that the United States could peacefully transfer power from one political party to another. Reading this sentence seems to prove that you should seriously get some help for your addiction to reading. I heard that reading is a gateway drug. It is scary to think what reading might lead to. The election also might be considered a revolution because the way government was run changed a lot. Once again, you have gone beyond skimming to read more than you need to. Jefferson cut taxes and made the government’s bureaucracy smaller. If you seriously cannot stop yourself from reading exposed words, get a U.S. History textbook from me and leave it open. I have many other great books about U.S. History for when you finish the textbook.

6 To note what important information is found when skimming, we are going to use a web diagram. Practice based on what you read in the article above. Add important information about the election of 1800 in the circles connected to it. Each circle gives more detail about the circle it is connected to. Be brief to try to fit the information in the box. election of 1800 called “Revolution of 1800” due to changes

7 Use skimming to fill out the concept web to see what other ways Thomas Jefferson’s presidency changed America. You want to familiarize yourself with the changes associated with: Marbury v. Madison Chief Justice John Marshall’s leadership molded the Supreme Court into an effective instrument of the national government.

8 foreign problems

9 the Louisiana Purchase.

10 ____There were woolly mammoths roaming the West. ____There was a river or series of connected rivers, starting at the Mississippi, that crossed the western mountains and reached the Pacific Ocean. ____The Appalachian Mountains were taller than the Rocky Mountains. ____The West had many erupting volcanoes. ____Unicorns could be found in the West. ____There were mountains in the West made of salt. ____Some beavers in the West were seven feet tall. ____Buffaloes were friendly and had slim waists. The following may or may not be predictions of what people thought Lewis and Clark might find on their way past the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean. Raise your hand if you think people might have believed each about what Lewis and Clark might find.

11 Masterful hunters, the Plains Indians encountered by Lewis and Clark depended on the buffalo for their economic survival.

12 Meriwether Lewis, the leader of the expedition, had been Jefferson’s personal secretary.

13 Trees uprooted by shifting river banks were one of the many hazards faced by the expedition.

14 After wintering in a Mandan village their first winter, the explorers had to build temporary shelters when they reached the Pacific Coast in November 1805.

15 The bountiful wild life was a major source of the expedition’s food supply.

16 include these terms in your concept web: judicial review Lewis and Clark impressment embargo Skim pages 74-79 to fill out the concept web to see what other ways Thomas Jefferson’s presidency changed America. Be sure you understand what the terms used mean (i.e. embargo). Feel free to add circles as necessary. You want to familiarize yourself with the changes associated with: Marbury v. Madison, foreign problems, and the Louisiana Purchase.

17 Thomas Jefferson 4:00

18 Thomas Jefferson 15:37

19 One thing to add to your concept web about Jefferson’s presidency (deals with Louisiana Purchase): Louisian a Purchase Leave this blank to add a note later. buying land as President contradicted Jefferson’s strict interpretation* of the Constitution *strict interpretation = the federal government cannot do anything unless the Constitution specifically says it can

20 Write the term for each significant change associated with Thomas Jefferson’s presidency: This strengthened the Supreme Court by giving it the power to interpret laws, deciding whether they agree with the Constitution. This proved that one political party can take over from another without trouble resulting. This doubled the size of the United States.

21 Federalist Period Pictionary rules: 1.One person from the first team is chosen to draw. 2. The team has one minute to guess what Federalist Period term is being drawn. The person drawing may not: use letters or numbers of any kind. make any sounds. 3. Other teams can, rotating to the next group first, guess the term if the drawing team does not. 4.The same person cannot draw twice.

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