Event or Idea Republic Definitions & Significance Definition: government which citizens rule through elected representatives Significance: everyone makes rules articles of confederation Definition: set laws Significance: gave every state an opportunity to vote Northwest ordinance Of 1787 Definition: divided land into no fewer than three and no more than fete States SSH say’s rebellion Definition: farmers protest Significance: gave the ability to keep everything under control Significance: federalism Detention: power Is leave Detente notational government Ana several state overspent Significance: let states give certain rules to better their state Part II: Based on the reading, create 3 questions (one at each level) relating to things you would like to know more about or investigate further. Level 1 – Who, What, Where, When? (there is a single answer) Level 2 – How or Why? (these questions seek explanations) Level 3 – Divergent questions (these have a variety of possible answers) When was a stronger central government needed? Why did shay’s rebellion occur? What would have happened if the government did no give state the ability to give certain laws in that state? Part Ill: In the space below, write a few sentences explaining your reaction to one specific event or idea AND one specific individual or group, but not one of the 5 which you selected in Part l.
Reaction to one specific event or idea (Different than above) Reaction to one specific individual or group ratification was the official approval of the constitution or of an amendment by the states. I agree with James Madison because Just because of states population doesn’t mean they should get more votes. Every one should vote evenly. Part IV: Choose TWO (2) specific phrases, quotes, or sentences which you think are Important to remember Ana write teem In ten space Delve. Nine In ten next Dog, explain why you selected them and why they are significant. Phrase/Quote/Sentence Phrase/Quote/Sentence #2 Quote/Sentence: Part V: Use this space to record anything else you think is important or any other questions you might have. Anything Else?
Part VI: Select one image from the reading which most interests you and write a paragraph where you address the following things. 1 – What you see in the image (describe it in detail) #2 – Analyze how the image is connected to the period being discussed and more specifically the information you have identified on this sheet #3 – Explain why you selected the specific image and what about it interests you. James Picture/Painting/Graph/Chart/Map or other Image Analysis James Madison sitting in a chair with a book and pen on the table. James Madison does a lot during this time period including things involving the constitution. It is the only picture