Unit 3--big Ideas--american History I confederation, Constitution and Compromise (1781-1816) Text Reading—Lapsanski, et al
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Students will understand that
Ideas--American History I
Confederation, Constitution and Compromise (1781-1816)
Text Reading—Lapsanski, et. al.
, Chapter 6-The
will understand that
Governments can be structured in order to address the needs and desires of the governed.
Diverse groups of people may have to agree upon shared values and principles in order to form and maintain a viable political and economic system.
A nation may agree on values
and principles philosophically
, but disagree on the practical political and economic application of those same values and principles.
A government founded on the division of power and authority may endure internal and external debates that can lead to conflict and/or compromise.
Governmental policies and actions that promote national growth and expansion can create sectional tension and political debate.
Economic and political interests will guide a nation’s foreign policy.
A nation’s government and its political leaders often assume more authority
during periods of conflict
, rebellion or warfare.
An individual or group’s
perceptions of themselves
, and their place within a society may be influenced by times of prosperity and/or crisis.
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