Hamilton or Jefferson? - Deer Valley Unified School District
Bell Work We are starting our unit on young America. The focus is on trying to understand and analyze the early American period called the Young Republic (1800 1848). Jot down some of the areas of history we should study to better understand this time period. Examples (What is happening as the U.S. moves West? Economic changes in America)
Question Will America look like Thomas Jeffersons vision for America or Alexander Hamiltons vision for America? What does Jefferson or Hamilton think America should look like? This is the question you will answer. Have specific historical evidence to support your
ideas. Jefferson and Hamilton TWO DIFFERENT VIEWS Work with your Patriot partner Read through the Hamilton or Jefferson packet and answer the questions. Read the additional information and take general notes.
Hamilton and Jefferson Differing Views Thomas Jefferson Nature of human beings View on the Constitution Ideal economy Best type of government Ideas Shared
by Both Alexander Hamilton Discussion Questions 1. How were Jefferson and Hamiltons backgrounds different? 2. How were their views on the nature of human beings different? The nature of government? Their views on the Constitution? On the ideal economy?
3. In what ways were Hamilton and Jefferson similar? 4. Whose 5. Whose ideals do you think were more valid? Why? ideals do you think are more prevalent today? Explain your answer. Your task
Create a Facebook profile for your assigned historical figure (Jefferson or Hamilton). Read the information sheet (Jefferson or Hamilton). Record your answers to the reading questions. Brainstorm ideas for what you will include on the profile. All
ideas and beliefs of your assigned historical figure must be conveyed in your presentation. Create a rough draft sketch. Create the profile and be prepared to share with the class. about description List of friends
Three pictures should relate to beliefs List of pages liked or groups joined Three posts that relate to your figures beliefs about government. Discuss Will Hamilton or Jefferson support the following:
Strong central government or power to the states? Strict Interpretation of the Constitution or Loose Interpretation of the Constitution? National Bank or state banks? Agriculture or manufacturing?
France or Great Britain? Expansion Westward or trade connections Eastward to Europe? Primary Source Jefferson on Manufacturing HAPPY Analyzing Primary Source Documents What is the document saying? What are its
H Historical main ideas, arguments, and supporting details? Content A Audience P Purpose P Point of View Y Wh(Y) written
For whom was this source created? How does this affect the reliability of the source? Where and when was this source produced? Contextualize it. How does this affect the meaning? Who created this source? What do we know about this author? What is this authors background and point of view? Why is this source important? What inferences can we draw from this document? Ask yourself so what? in relation to the prompt, discussion, or time period. Video Clip
https://www.flocabulary.com/jefferson-vs-hamilton/ Hamilton or Jefferson? YOU DECIDE Hamilton or Jefferson Quote 1 All communities divide themselves into the few and the many. The first are the rich and well born; the other, the mass of peopleThe people are turbulent and changing; they seldom judge or
determine right. Give therefore to the first class apermanent share in the governmentthey therefore will ever maintain good government. Hamilton! Hamilton or Jefferson Quote 2 Our country is too large to have all affairs directed by a single government.
Jefferson! Hamilton or Jefferson Quote 3 The small landowners are the most precious part of the state. Jefferson! Hamilton or Jefferson Quote 4 It must be by this time
evident to all menthat (the Articles of confederation) is a system so radically vicious and unsound as to admitan entire change. Hamilton! Hamilton or Jefferson Quote 5 The superiority enjoyed by nations that haveperfected a
branch of industry, constitutes a formidable obstacle. Hamilton! Hamilton or Jefferson Quote 6 I consider the foundation of the Constitution as laid on this groundthat all powers not delegated (given) to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states, or to the people Jefferson!
Hamilton or Jefferson Quote 7 The powers contained in a constitutionought to be construed liberally in advancement of the public good. Hamilton! Hamilton or Jefferson Quote 8 I am not among those who fear the people.
They, not the rich, are our dependence for continued freedom. Jefferson! What do you think? Do you identify more with the views of Thomas Jefferson or Alexander Hamilton? Explain your answer providing at least two specific examples from todays lesson.
Bell Work on Political Parties What is the purpose of a political party? Why do they exist? Central Historical Question Why and for what purpose did political parties form in America,
and what were their political positions? Firstour own party So, you all have a character. On your notes, write down at least five aspects in American society that would be important to your character. Consider: Geographic
location Career/vocation Social Group (rich, poor, etc.) Political ideas (what politically would be important to your character) Find your own Saturday night party.
Move around the room, finding people that are people your character would have things in common with. On your paper, list what common interests you have. Now, as a social group, think politics. Consider what your social group would think about: Strong central government or strong state government
Bill of Rights Taxation policies Europe which nation(s) might you favor Slavery keep it? Extend it? Abolish it? Dont care?
Strong or weak military, and what is the purpose of the military? Pro farming or pro manufacturing? Attitude toward the Constitution? Task: Develop a Party Platform What issues you believe in?
Non-negotiable: You MUST have these in order for your social group to stay together. Negotiable: Things you would like to see happen in America, but you could negotiate over them. Recruiting: Other things you could agree to in order to get more people to agree with what you want.
And a political party name! Central Historical Question Why and for what purpose did political parties form in America, and what were their political positions?
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