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The Convention

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  • 1. There is a party in Probably cause they Philly and we were not heard we were from invited. Rhode Island. THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION The Nation Forms A New Government
  • 2. Warm Up
  • 3. Warm Up What was Shays’ Rebellion What did Shays’ Rebellion prove? What does our nation need? What is a “compromise”?
  • 4. Objectives
  • 5. Objectives Complete the group activity on “The Constitutional Convention” Recognize the background and three compromises of the convention that helped shaped American’s new government Define a “compromise”
  • 6. Main Idea
  • 7. Main Idea Realizing the AOC were too weak to rule the nation, delegates in 1787 met in Philadelphia to reform the new government.
  • 8. Activity
  • 9. Activity Choose a person to read the worksheet at your table out loud Together, decide what THREE POINTS are important to jot down, and do so. Discuss the wrap up question at the end of each worksheet.
  • 10. Wrap Up
  • 11. Wrap Up What is a compromise? Discuss the impact of the following compromises The Great Compromise The Three-fifths Compromise The Slave Trade Compromise

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