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  • The Constitutional Convention Chapter 4
  • The plan was to meet in Philadelphia in 1787 to patch up an ailing government.
  • But when the 55 delegates met, the arguments began.
  • Tempers flared and bargain were made.
  • Tempers flared and bargain were made.
  • Tempers flared and bargain were made.
  • Tempers flared and bargain were made.
  • The Result?
  • Only the Beginning...
  • Only the Beginning...
  • Only the Beginning...
  • Only the Beginning...
  • Timeline 1781 1787 1788 1789 1790
  • Timeline 1781 1787 1788 1789 1790 Articles of Confederation
  • Timeline 1781 1787 1788 1789 1790 Articles of Confederation
  • Timeline 1781 1787 1788 1789 1790 Articles of Confederation
  • Timeline 1781 1787 1788 1789 1790
  • Timeline 1781 1787 1788 1789 1790
  • Timeline 1781 1787 1788 1789 1790 The Constitutional Convention
  • Timeline 1781 1787 1788 1789 1790 The Constitutional Convention •Pennsylvania
  • Timeline 1781 1787 1788 1789 1790 The Constitutional Convention •Pennsylvania •Independence Hall
  • Timeline 1781 1787 1788 1789 1790 The Constitutional Convention •Pennsylvania •Independence Hall
  • Timeline 1781 1787 1788 1789 1790 The Constitutional Convention •Pennsylvania •Independence Hall
  • Timeline May-September 1781 1787 1788 1789 1790 The Constitutional Convention •Pennsylvania •Independence Hall
  • The Constitutional Convention Chapter 4, Lesson 1
  • Federal The Constitutional Convention Chapter 4, Lesson 1
  • Why?
  • Homework
  • Homework Scan the text and all visuals in chapter 4, Lesson 1
  • Homework Scan the text and all visuals in chapter 4, Lesson 1 1) Write down how many times the word compromise is used
  • Homework Scan the text and all visuals in chapter 4, Lesson 1 1) Write down how many times the word compromise is used 2) Write down a concise definition of compromise.
  • Homework Scan the text and all visuals in chapter 4, Lesson 1 1) Write down how many times the word compromise is used 2) Write down a concise definition of compromise. 3) List all the words in the text that could be associate with arriving at a compromise.
  • Conventional Plans
  • Virginia Plan
  • Virginia Plan
  • Virginia Plan “An individual independence of the States is utterly irreconcilable,”
  • Virginia Plan
  • Virginia Plan “Let national Government be armed with positive and complete authority.”
  • COMPLETE AUTHORITY!!
  • COMPLETE AUTHORITY!!
  • COMPLETE AUTHORITY!!
  • COMPLETE AUTHORITY!!
  • COMPLETE AUTHORITY!!
  • Virginia Plan
  • Virginia Plan • Both were delegates from Virginia
  • Virginia Plan
  • Virginia Plan • 3 Branches
  • Virginia Plan • 3 Branches • A system of checks and balances
  • Virginia Plan • 3 Branches • A system of checks and balances • Each branch would have the power to check other branches.
  • Bicameral Legislature
  • Bicameral Legislature
  • Camera
  • Bicameral Legislature
  • Bicameral Legislature Legislature has two parts.
  • Bicameral Legislature Legislature has two parts. House of Representatives
  • Bicameral Legislature Legislature has two parts. House of Representatives Senate
  • Virginia Plan The more people you have in your state, the more representatives you should have.
  • Virginia Plan The more people you have in your state, the more representatives you should have.
  • Madison
  • Madison • Felt that representation on both sides should be based on population.
  • New Jersey Plan
  • New Jersey Plan “Small State Plan”
  • New Jersey Plan “Small State Plan” Proposed that there should be equal representation.
  • New Jersey Plan “Small State Plan” Proposed that there should be equal representation. ALL states, big or small, get one vote in congress.
  • Compromise!
  • Connecticut Compromise
  • Connecticut Compromise • House of Representatives would be based on population.
  • Connecticut Compromise • House of Representatives would be based on population. • Senate, each state would have two representatives.
  • Homework! • You MUST blog on the site tonight! • Read page 111 in your text. • If you know you cannot use the computer at home tonight. Please get it done before you leave school.
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