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Lesson Plan

Early America

Name: Mackenzie Austin, Sandy Carvalho, & Dalaney Kagawa
Early America
Length of Time:
90 Minutes


  1. Students will be able to describe historical events that lead to the development of 19th century, explain in detail the constitution of the United States, name the articles of confederation, name states that joined the union, and the effects on slavery, .

  2. Students will be able to list 3 events impact on slavery.

  3. Students will be able to state the Constitution, Amendments, Articles of Confederation, and Presidents.


  1. By learning the history of America, students will be able to see how the end of slavery had an impact on the early Americans.


  1. How did the end of slavery affect American life?


Self-directed Learner (The ability to be responsible for one’s own learning): To be able to research answers independently.

Community Contributor (Understanding that it essential for human beings to work together): To work and find solutions in groups.

Complex Thinker (The ability to demonstrate critical thinking and problem solving): To use various resources to solve problems.

Quality Producer (The ability to recognize and produce quality performance and quality products): To go above and beyond in the production of quality work that exceeds expectations.

Effective Communicator (The ability to communicate effectively): To effectively communicate with others in a timely manner.

Effective and Ethical User of Technology (The ability to use a variety of technologies effectively and ethically): To research using a variety of technology and other resources (books, magazines, and people).


  1. List the content area: Social Studies

  2. Domain: Early America

  3. Strand:

Standard 3: History: UNITED STATES HISTORY-Understand important historical events in the Post-Revolutionary war through Reconstruction era (including second great awakening and westward expansion)

Benchmark SS.8.3.1

Explain the problems of the national government under the Articles of Confederation that led to the Constitutional Convention of 1787



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