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Mr. Ojeda – Prescription Sheet – School #22

NAME: ______________________________________


HB/IG: _________________________________

DATE: March 27, 2006 – May 12, 2006

SUBJECT: Social Studies – The Constitution: Novus Ordo Seclorum





Objective-Questions

NJCCCS

Class Activities

Homework

Assessment


  • How did we get from the end of the American Revolution to writing a Constitution?

  • What is the Constitution?

  • Why did the framers write the Constitution?

6.4A,B,E, 3.1G-H, 3.2A-D, 3.3B,D, 9.2

W-Presentation: The End of the Revolutionary War (watch video of the Declaration)

W-Review Game



  1. 10/1/94

  2. 10/2/95




Review Game and Teacher Observation

  • What great issues came up during the Constitutional Convention?

  • Who were the Federalists and Antifederalists?

  • Which side would I have taken in these debates?

  • How were these debates resolved?

  • What can I learn from our previous presentations?

  • How can I effectively communicate what I believe to the class?

6.4A,B,E, 3.1G-H, 3.2A-D, 3.3B,D, 9.2

W-Review format for constitutional debates (I need a topic/thesis.)

W-Observe mock debate (Mr. Ojeda VS. Mr. Ojeda)

I/P-Partners will hold their debates in front of the class

W-Watch and analyze presentation videos




  1. 10/3/96

  2. 10/4/98

Presentation Rubric and Teacher Observation

  • How does the Constitution affect us today?

6.4A,B,E, 3.1G-H, 3.2A-D, 3.3B,D, 9.2

W/I-Watch “The Almost Painless Guide to the Constitution” video and complete video quiz

I/P-Constitution Internet Scavenger Hunt



None

Video Quiz, Internet Scavenger Hunt, and Teacher Observation




W=Whole Group

S=Small Group

P=Peer to Peer

I=Independent

Notes:

*For all homework assignments, the first number indicates a chapter, the second number indicates a lesson, and the third number indicates the corresponding page in the activity book (e.g. 10/1/94 refers to Chapter 10, Lesson 1, and page 94 in the softcover activity book).

I am a Federalist / Antifederalist (circle one).

Topic: ___________________________________________________________

Thesis Statement: I will argue that ___________________________________

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Analyzing Presentation Videos

Strengths

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Weaknesses

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Topic

Federalists say ...

Antifederalists say:

Should the Articles of Confederation be revised or completely rewritten?

Completely rewritten

Just revised

Topic

Federalists say ...

Antifederalists say:

Should the government have just one president or a presidential council?

One President

Presidential council

Topic

Federalists say ...

Antifederalists say:

Should Congress have the power to levy federal taxes?

Yes

No

Topic

Federalists say ...

Antifederalists say:

Which branch of government should be the most powerful?

None, all should be equal

Congress

Topic

Federalists say ...

Antifederalists say:

Should the President be the commander-in-chief of the armed forces?

Yes

No

Topic

Federalists say ...

Antifederalists say:

How should representation be assessed?

Representation should depend on population

Each state should have equal representation

Topic

Federalists say ...

Antifederalists say:

Should the Constitution include a Bill of Rights?

No

Yes

Topic

Federalists say ...

Antifederalists say:

Should there be a limit to the number of times elected officials can serve in office?

No

Yes

Topic

Federalists say ...

Antifederalists say:

Who should appoint Supreme Court justices?

The President

Congress

Topic

Federalists say ...

Antifederalists say:

Should the slave trade be banned?

Yes

No

Topic

Federalists say ...

Antifederalists say:

How powerful should the president be?

Very powerful, a strong leader is necessary to get things done

Not very powerful, most power should stay with Congress

Topic

Federalists say ...

Antifederalists say:

Should slavery be abolished?

Yes

No

Topic

Federalists say ...

Antifederalists say:

Should there be a national bank?

Yes

No



Grade 5


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