Indiana Academic Standards Resource Guide United States Government Standards Approved March 2014


USG.2.2 Understand the concept of compromise and evaluate its application during the Constitutional Convention. Resources



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USG.2.2 Understand the concept of compromise and evaluate its application during the Constitutional Convention.

Resources

The Great Compromise

The 3/5 Compromise

Constitutional Convention and the Compromises - Your ... PowerPoint



USG.2.3 Analyze and interpret central ideas on government, individual rights, and the common good in founding documents of the United States.

Resources

Civics Resources



Magna Carta

http://www.archives.gov/exhibits/featured_documents/magna_carta/

Magna Carta and its American Legacy

Edsitement: Magna Carta: Cornerstone of the U.S. Constitution




Mayflower Compact

MayflowerHistory.com



English Bill of Rights

English Bill of Rights 1689




Declaration of Independence

Declaration of Independence

Declaration of Independence – An Analytical View

The Declaration of Independence: Created Equal?

Gilder Lehrman: The Declaration of Independence
The Northwest Ordinance
Federalist Papers (1,9,10,39,51,78)

Federalist No. 1

Federalist No. 10

Federalist No. 51


U.S. Constitution

Constitution of the United States

Teaching Six Big Ideas in the Constitution (National Archives)

Constitution Day Activity (Bill of Rights Institute)

The Constitution: Drafting a More Perfect Union (Library of Congress)
Bill of Rights

Bill of Rights

Congress and the Creation of the Bill of Rights (National Archives)

The Bill of Rights: Debating the Amendments (Library of Congress)

The Bill of Rights: Its History and Significance

Bill of Rights Infographic





Indiana Constitution (1816)

Indiana Constitution (1851)


Airport Scanners and the Fourth Amendment

Affirmative Action and the Constitution

Internet Copyright and Piracy Bills


USG.2.4 Explain the history and provide examples of foundational ideas of American government embedded in the Founding-Era documents such as: natural rights philosophy, social contract, popular sovereignty, constitutionalism, representative democracy, political factions, federalism, and individual rights.

Resources

Basic Concepts of American Democracy lesson

Magna Carta and its American Legacy


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