Focus: Shortly after the Constitutional Convention adjourned, Robert Morris said to George Washington, “No Constitution is the same on Paper and in Life.” What did he mean be this statement? Student Objectives



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7th Grade Social Studies

Canada, Mexico, & U.S. History from the Revolution to Reconstruction

Class 57— Ratifying the Constitution

December 21, 2015
Focus: Shortly after the Constitutional Convention adjourned, Robert Morris said to George Washington, “No Constitution is the same on Paper and in Life.” What did he mean be this statement?

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Student Objectives:

1. I will recognize the difference between the Federalists and the Anti-Federalists.

2. I will recognize some of my basic rights as outlined in the Bill of Rights.

3. I will demonstrate an understanding of the process to amend the Constitution.


Homework:

-Chapter 5 Test Wednesday 11/19

-Current Events due 11/24

-Preamble Quiz Monday 11/24
Handouts:

None
I. Ratification

A. Federalists

B. Anti-Federalists

II. Bill of Rights

III. Amending the Constitution





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