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Social Studies Strands Project Democracy in the Age of Jackson Grade 8 Joshua Mears

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Table of Contents Websites American Heritage People in Societies World Interactions Decision Making and Resources Democratic Processes Citizenship Rights and Responsibilities Science, Technology, and Society

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Websites http://www.nv.cc.va.us/home/nvsageh/Hist121/Part3/AgeofJackson.htm The Age of Jacksonian Democracy http://www.nv.cc.va.us/home/nvsageh/Hist121/Part3/AgeofJackson.htm Jacksonian Democracy http://www.nv.cc.va.us/home/nvsageh/Hist121/Part3/AgeofJackson.htm "Jacksonian Democracy"

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Websites http://www.nv.cc.va.us/home/nvsageh/Hist121/Part3/AgeofJackson.htm Jackson, Andrew: Jacksonian Democracy http://www.nv.cc.va.us/home/nvsageh/Hist121/Part3/AgeofJackson.htm "Jacksonian Democracy"

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American Heritage Activity 1 : Create a timetable of significant occasions characterizing Jackson\'s administration. Add delineations suitable to the character of the time. Incorporate an individual clarification of characteristics characterizing a "noteworthy" occasion. Investigate your clarification with that of a kindred understudy. Accommodate the two into a joint course of events for presentation.

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American Heritage Activity 2: Conduct a class dialog on the likely explanations of patterns and improvements normal for Jacksonian vote based system. Action 3: Generate a short survey of a Jackson history, being sure to incorporate its principle disputes about Jackson\'s own qualities and political demeanor.

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American Heritage Activity 4: Read passages from Tocqueville\'s Democracy in America as a way to investigate verifiable establishments of contemporary social practices. Movement 5: Discuss John Jacob Astor in connection to the new "independent man" ethos.

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People in Societies Activity 1: Carry out, in gatherings of four, Internet research on the condition of humanities, science, and religion in Jacksonian America, with respect to the condition of these tries in two different contemporaneous social orders. Utilizing blurb board, printouts, outlines, and other proper material, make a visual guide to a class presentation of this similar investigation.

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People in Societies Activity 2: Discuss the Indian Removal Act as passage into the more extensive discourse of white-Indian relations amid the Age of Jackson. Action 3: Study maps of contemporary Indian settlement designs in connection to the authentic strengths that produced them.

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People in Societies Activity 4: Discuss the development of an American social vanguard (Emerson, Irving, Cooper, and so on.) resolved to produce a national character autonomous of European medicines. Action 5: Ask understudies to expect, in a short paper, the persona of a wedded lady in 1830s America.

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World Interactions Activity 1: Examine political maps from the Jacksonian period. Concentrate on the westbound pattern. Request that understudies conduct Internet research on the Oregon and Santa Fe trails. Present the idea of Manifest Destiny and request that understudies consider its impact on the American mentality. Review understudies to their investigation of Tocqueville. Perused extra extracts from his fundamental work.

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World Interactions Activity 2: Discuss Jackson\'s restriction to duties as far as the divergent financial effects of the control on North and South. Talk about states\' rights and invalidation. Action 3: Present an expansive survey of post-Napoleonic Europe. Contrast political patterns in Western Europe and those of Jacksonian America.

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World Interactions Activity 4: Discuss the Mexican War and Texas\' accomplishment of freedom. Attract regard for the settlement designs that encouraged this move for independence. Action 5: Discuss the Spanish impact on the way of life and demography of New Mexico Territory.

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Decision Making and Resources Activity 1: Role play the adventure over the Bank of the United States. The verbal confrontation\'s principals—Jackson, Clay, Webster, Biddle, Taney, and the American electorate—will square off over the appropriateness and lawfulness of the Bank. It will resolve with the electorate giving Jackson a triumph in 1832, the ensuing production of pet banks, and the fast end of the Bank of the United States.

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Decision Making and Resources Activity 2: Discuss the differentiating way of the Northern and Southern economies and how this difference showed as strategy debate. Action 3: Discuss the rationale of protectionism. Outline the 1830s duty wrangle as far as the contemporary civil argument over exchange progression.

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Decision Making and Resources Activity 4: Organize a field outing to a neighborhood bank. Enroll an accomplished investor to clarify the part of banks in the economy. Movement 5: Review the noteworthiness of federalism to the distribution of basic leadership power. Seek after a comprehension of states\' rights as a belief system got from federalist standards.

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Democratic Processes Activity 1: Study the equitable soul of Jacksonianism in connection to protected standards of individual flexibility and strengthening. What exactly degree does the development of suffrage and the rebellion against government power constitute a satisfaction of these standards. Whatever degree do certain other Jacksonian arrangements constitute infringement of these standards?

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Democratic Processes Activity 2: Reference Tocqueville for knowledge into the establishments roused by the soul of American majority rule government. Movement 3: Ask understudies to play out a noiseless perusing of the area inside the class content talking about the effect of the 1824 decision on the ascent of the Democrats and the fall of the Whigs.

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Democratic Processes Activity 4: Offer a brief prologue to the social affair organization together of ladies\' suffrage and abolitionist interests. Concentrate on real identities (Stanton, Grimke, Whittier, and so forth.). Movement 5: Review corrections to the Constitution as outlines of the dynamic way of liberal majority rule government.

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Citizenship Rights and Responsibilities Activity 1: Oversee a class talk of the very common relationship of right and obligation. Demonstrate topically proper portions from the American Promise arrangement. Produce contextual analyses of this commonality from the nearby political scene. Investigate the ideas of arrangement, bargain, and common talk.

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Citizenship Rights and Responsibilities Activity 2: Examine race measurements from the 1824, 1828, and 1832 decisions. Distinguish patterns in cooperation, proclivities, and so on. Movement 3: Review the Bank of the U.S. pretend activity to comprehend the decision of 1832 as a submission on the Bank.

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Citizenship Rights and Responsibilities Activity 4: Organize a false city gathering session. Acclimate understudies with the nearby administration. Urge them to go to a live chamber session and to address a self-scrutinized issue in open gathering. Action 5: Organize a class discourse on the topic of Jackson\'s bona fide responsibility to mainstream popular government.

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Science, Technology, and Society Activity 1: Ask understudies to perform Internet research on noticeable designers of the early and center nineteenth century. Appoint innovators and require a presentation that makes utilization of innovation (e.g. overhead projector). Quickly expand on the relationship of liberal governmental issues to free logical request.

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Science, Technology, and Society Activity 2: Ask understudies to clasp periodical stories about convergences of legislative issues and innovation (electronic voting machines, movement light cameras, embryonic foundational microorganism research). Action 3: Discuss the essentialness of steam and coal energy to populace versatility and inside exchange the nineteenth century.

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Science, Technology, and Society Activity 4: Explain the evacuation of Indians to western regions as an element of the prevalent military force utilized by whites. Create contemporary analogs. Movement 5: Oversee banter on the degree to which government ought to control investigative examination. Endeavor to characterize "the general population great." Position inquiries of direction inside a federalist system.