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  • Discussion Questions:1. How does the image show the difficulty Jackson had politically?2. What creature is used to represent the national bank?3. Who do the heads of the creature represent?4. Why do you think the cartoonist choose this monster to represent the bank?5. What weapon is Andrew Jackson using to fight off the creature?
  • Document AnalysisWhere is Calhoun, who is being addressed as "Cal," in the cartoon? What has happened to the Constitution and national unity in the cartoon? Who is resisting the nullification movement in the cartoon? How?What would happen, according to the cartoon, if the men reaching for the crown got to the step necessary to reach it? What results has the nullification movement had (or may have) on the country, according to the cartoonist? 
  • Document Analysis:  From what you know of Andrew Jackson's political philosophy, what do you think is the main reason he dislikes this bank? How does Jackson include the relationship of the national government to the state governments and the power of the people in his veto message? Do you think the government needed a national bank in 1832? Why or why not?
  • Document Analysis:  From what you know of Andrew Jackson's political philosophy, what do you think is the main reason he dislikes this bank? How does Jackson include the relationship of the national government to the state governments and the power of the people in his veto message? Do you think the government needed a national bank in 1832? Why or why not?
  • Document Analysis:  From what you know of Andrew Jackson's political philosophy, what do you think is the main reason he dislikes this bank? How does Jackson include the relationship of the national government to the state governments and the power of the people in his veto message? Do you think the government needed a national bank in 1832? Why or why not?
  • Document Analysis1. Who are the opponents in this boxing match?2. Martin Van Buren is supporting which opponent?3. Mother bank is supporting which opponent?4. What other key historical figures are noted in the image?
  • What is the fundamental point of the Cartoon’s attack on the Bank of the United States and its supporters?What visual means does the cartoonist use to develop the cartoon’s point?  
  • Directions: Have student write a clear essay defending their argument for or against the war on the bank. Students should pull support for their argument from the documents (investigation).
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    • 1. Economic - Document Based Questions
    • 2. CSI-R Model for Reading -> Writing  Content: What content do you want to teach?  The Age of Jackson: Was Andrew Jackson right to declare war on the Bank of the United States?  Standards/Skills/Strategies: What literacy standards, skills, or strategies will you use help students learn the content.  SS.8.A.4.16 – Identify key ideas and influences of Jacksonian democracy.  Investigate: Immerse the students within a lesson where they investigate to find evidence to answer the question.  Report: Show what you know (DBQ Essay.)
    • 3. Pre-Organizing Using any clues from the EBQ question and the document titles on the cover page, guess the analytical categories and label the money bags or gold bocks.
    • 4. The Age of Jackson: Was Andrew Jackson right to declare war on the Bank of the United States?  Overview: “Old Hickory” Jackson’s belief in a strong presidency paralleled his own strong will. He received the nickname of Old Hickory during the War of 1812. Jackson’s belief in a strong presidency made him both loved and hated. He vetoed as many bills as the six previous presidents together. Jackson also believed in a strong Union.
    • 5. Hook Exercise: Examine the political cartoon.
    • 6. Background Essay
    • 7. Document A Source: An 1833 lithograph entered by Endicott & Swett, New York
    • 8. Document B Source: James D. Richardson, ed., A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents, 1787-1897 (Washington, D.C., 1896), 2: pp. 576-591.
    • 9. Document B- P. 2
    • 10. Document B- P. 3
    • 11. Document C Source: Set to Between Old Hickory and Bully Nick , : Unknown, 1834. Library of Congress: Prints & Photographs, Cartoon Prints, American
    • 12. Document D Source: The Doctors puzzled or the Desperate case of Mother U.S. Bank, New York : Published and for sale wholesale and retail by Anthony Imbert at his Caricature Store, 1833.
    • 13. Thesis Development  On the scales above, write your thesis and weigh your options for your outline. Your thesis is always an opinion and answers the EBQ. The outline is created from your money bag/gold block organizer labels and lists the topic areas you will examine in order to support your thesis.
    • 14. Response… Was Andrew Jackson right to declare war on the Bank of the United States? Which of your arguments has the most support? Have you weighed both arguments?

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