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Lesson Topic/Title: Jefferson/
Grade: 7th Grade American History
Date:
Period:
Correlation to NYS Social Studies Learning Standards:
Level Intermediate
Standard 1 Key Idea 1 - •Explore the meaning of American culture by identifying
the key ideas, beliefs, and patterns of behavior, and traditions.
Standard 5 Key Idea 1 – Analyze the sources of a nation’s values as embodied in
its constitution, statutes, and important court cases.
Common Core:
Key Ideas and Details:
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RH.6-8.2
Craft and Structure:
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RH.6-8.4
Integration of Knowledge and Ideas:
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RH.6-8.7
NCSS:
3. People, Places, and Environments
5. Individuals, Groups, and Institutions
6. Power, Authority, and Governance
Objectives:
Students will be able to write about the importance of Marbury vs Madison in
their exit ticket while using judicial review.
Students will be able to define judicial review.
Lesson Plan:
Intro: What does it mean to review?5 min
Main Activity:
Students will be given guided notes to fill out as we as a class review a power
point (25 min)
Concluding Activity:
Exit Ticket:
What is the importance of Marbury vs Madison and what is Judicial Review. 5
min.
Resource Materials:
Worksheet, power point
Instructional Methods:
Lecture, Notes, Critical Read, Analyzing text
Assessment: Classwork, exit ticket
Accommodations:
Segmented Assignments. Copy of Teacher Notes, Directions clarified
Name: ___________________________________________ Date:
________________
Thomas Jefferson
Review:
Thomas Jefferson
 elected 3rd President (1801-1809)
 Vice President is Aaron Burr (later kills Hamilton in a duel)
Inauguration
• Jefferson wanted to be simple, not showy.
• He walked to the Capitol
• Spoke so low for his speech almost no one could hear him.
• Jefferson came from a wealthy family, but he believed that the nation’s
strength came from the ordinary people.
Jefferson’s Democratic Style
Democratic – ensuring that all people have the same rights.
“Educate and inform the whole mass of the people. Enable them to see that it is
their interest to preserve peace and order, and they will preserve them… They
are the only (ones to rely on) for the preserva4tion of our liberty.” – Thomas
Jefferson letter to James Madison, 1787.
Federalists are scared
• Some believed he would support the French Revolution
• He might punish the Federalists for the Alien and Sedition acts. (the acts
had expired before he took office and he pardoned those affected by it)
• “the minority possess their equal rights which equal laws must protect.”
Jefferson –
a smaller government
• Jefferson wanted to lessen government power.
• This would also reduce the federal budget and debt low
• Jefferson believed in an economic idea known as LAISSEZ FAIR
• LAISSEZ FAIR – A FRENCH TERM MEANING “LET ALONE”
• FREE MARKET – WHERE GOODS AND SERVICES ARE EXCHANGED
WITH LITTLE REGULATION.
• Government should play a small role in economic affairs.
John Marshall (1803)
 most powerful and famous Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
 Marbury v. Madison = very famous Supreme Court case
result
 Establishes Supreme Court’s right to determine laws unconstitutional
(judicial review)
Marbury V. Madison
• 1803 – case that increased the Supreme Courts power.
• It gave the Supreme Court the power to decide whether laws passed by
Congress were constitutional and to reject laws that it considered to be
unconstitutional.
• JUDICIAL REVIEW
JEFFERSON DISPLEASED
“THE OPINION WHICH GIVES TO THE JUDGES THE RIGHT TO DECIDE
WHAT LAWS ARE CONSTITUTIONAL AND WHAT NOT, NOT ONLY FOR
THEMSELVES… BUT FOR THE LEGISLATURE AND EXECUTIVE ALSO…
WOULD MAKE THE JUDICIARY A (TYRANNICAL) BRANCH.” – Jefferson to
Abigail Adams 1804
 In the end, the President and Congress accepted the right of the Court to
Overturn laws. Today, judicial review remains one of the most important
powers of the Supreme Court.
Name: ___________________________________________ Date:
________________
What does it mean to review? Have you ever reviewed your essay to make
changes? Did it help?
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
________________________________
Thomas Jefferson
Review:
Thomas _____________________
 elected ____ President (1801-1809)
 Vice President is Aaron _______ (later kills Hamilton in a duel)
Inauguration
• Jefferson wanted to be _______, not showy.
• He walked to the Capitol
• Spoke so low for his speech almost no one could hear him.
• Jefferson came from a ______________ family, but he believed that the
nation’s strength came from the ______________ people.
Jefferson’s Democratic Style
Democratic – ensuring that __________ people have the same
______________.
“Educate and inform the ______________ ______________ of the people.
Enable them to see that it is their interest to preserve peace and order, and they
will preserve them… They are the only (ones to rely on) for the preserva4tion of
our liberty.” – Thomas Jefferson letter to James Madison, 1787.
Federalists are scared
• Some believed he would support the ______________ ______________
• He might ______________ the Federalists for the Alien and Sedition acts.
(the acts had expired before he took office and he pardoned those
affected by it)
• “the minority possess their equal rights which equal laws must protect.”
Jefferson –
a smaller government
• Jefferson wanted to ______________ government power.
• This would also reduce the federal ______________ and keep debt
______________
• Jefferson believed in an economic idea known as ______________ FAIR
• LAISSEZ FAIR – A FRENCH TERM MEANING
“____________________________”
• FREE MARKET – WHERE GOODS AND SERVICES ARE EXCHANGED
WITH ______________ REGULATION.
• Government should play a _________ role in economic affairs.
John Marshall (1803)
 most powerful and famous ______________ ______________ of the
Supreme Court
 ______________ v. Madison = very famous Supreme Court case
result
 Establishes Supreme Court’s right to determine laws unconstitutional
(judicial review)
Marbury V. Madison
• 1803 – case that _________________ the Supreme Courts power.
• It gave the Supreme Court the power to decide whether laws passed by
Congress were ______________ and to reject laws that it considered to
be unconstitutional.
• JUDICIAL REVIEW
JEFFERSON DISPLEASED
“THE OPINION WHICH GIVES TO THE JUDGES THE RIGHT TO DECIDE
WHAT LAWS ARE CONSTITUTIONAL AND WHAT NOT, NOT ONLY FOR
THEMSELVES… BUT FOR THE LEGISLATURE AND EXECUTIVE ALSO…
WOULD MAKE THE JUDICIARY A (TYRANNICAL) BRANCH.” – Jefferson to
Abigail Adams 1804
 In the end, the President and Congress accepted the right of the Court to
______________ laws. Today, ______________ ______________
remains one of the most important powers of the Supreme Court.
Important terms:
LAISSEZ FAIR –
________________________________________________________________
________
Judicial Review –
________________________________________________________________
________
Marbury V. Madison –
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
________________

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Lesson plan 8 jefferson and marshall

  • 1. Lesson Topic/Title: Jefferson/ Grade: 7th Grade American History Date: Period: Correlation to NYS Social Studies Learning Standards: Level Intermediate Standard 1 Key Idea 1 - •Explore the meaning of American culture by identifying the key ideas, beliefs, and patterns of behavior, and traditions. Standard 5 Key Idea 1 – Analyze the sources of a nation’s values as embodied in its constitution, statutes, and important court cases. Common Core: Key Ideas and Details: CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RH.6-8.2 Craft and Structure: CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RH.6-8.4 Integration of Knowledge and Ideas: CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RH.6-8.7 NCSS: 3. People, Places, and Environments 5. Individuals, Groups, and Institutions 6. Power, Authority, and Governance Objectives: Students will be able to write about the importance of Marbury vs Madison in their exit ticket while using judicial review. Students will be able to define judicial review. Lesson Plan: Intro: What does it mean to review?5 min Main Activity: Students will be given guided notes to fill out as we as a class review a power point (25 min) Concluding Activity: Exit Ticket: What is the importance of Marbury vs Madison and what is Judicial Review. 5 min. Resource Materials: Worksheet, power point Instructional Methods:
  • 2. Lecture, Notes, Critical Read, Analyzing text Assessment: Classwork, exit ticket Accommodations: Segmented Assignments. Copy of Teacher Notes, Directions clarified
  • 3. Name: ___________________________________________ Date: ________________ Thomas Jefferson Review: Thomas Jefferson  elected 3rd President (1801-1809)  Vice President is Aaron Burr (later kills Hamilton in a duel) Inauguration • Jefferson wanted to be simple, not showy. • He walked to the Capitol • Spoke so low for his speech almost no one could hear him. • Jefferson came from a wealthy family, but he believed that the nation’s strength came from the ordinary people. Jefferson’s Democratic Style Democratic – ensuring that all people have the same rights. “Educate and inform the whole mass of the people. Enable them to see that it is their interest to preserve peace and order, and they will preserve them… They are the only (ones to rely on) for the preserva4tion of our liberty.” – Thomas Jefferson letter to James Madison, 1787. Federalists are scared • Some believed he would support the French Revolution • He might punish the Federalists for the Alien and Sedition acts. (the acts had expired before he took office and he pardoned those affected by it) • “the minority possess their equal rights which equal laws must protect.” Jefferson – a smaller government • Jefferson wanted to lessen government power. • This would also reduce the federal budget and debt low • Jefferson believed in an economic idea known as LAISSEZ FAIR • LAISSEZ FAIR – A FRENCH TERM MEANING “LET ALONE” • FREE MARKET – WHERE GOODS AND SERVICES ARE EXCHANGED WITH LITTLE REGULATION. • Government should play a small role in economic affairs. John Marshall (1803)  most powerful and famous Chief Justice of the Supreme Court  Marbury v. Madison = very famous Supreme Court case result  Establishes Supreme Court’s right to determine laws unconstitutional (judicial review)
  • 4. Marbury V. Madison • 1803 – case that increased the Supreme Courts power. • It gave the Supreme Court the power to decide whether laws passed by Congress were constitutional and to reject laws that it considered to be unconstitutional. • JUDICIAL REVIEW JEFFERSON DISPLEASED “THE OPINION WHICH GIVES TO THE JUDGES THE RIGHT TO DECIDE WHAT LAWS ARE CONSTITUTIONAL AND WHAT NOT, NOT ONLY FOR THEMSELVES… BUT FOR THE LEGISLATURE AND EXECUTIVE ALSO… WOULD MAKE THE JUDICIARY A (TYRANNICAL) BRANCH.” – Jefferson to Abigail Adams 1804  In the end, the President and Congress accepted the right of the Court to Overturn laws. Today, judicial review remains one of the most important powers of the Supreme Court.
  • 5. Name: ___________________________________________ Date: ________________ What does it mean to review? Have you ever reviewed your essay to make changes? Did it help? ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________ Thomas Jefferson Review: Thomas _____________________  elected ____ President (1801-1809)  Vice President is Aaron _______ (later kills Hamilton in a duel) Inauguration • Jefferson wanted to be _______, not showy. • He walked to the Capitol • Spoke so low for his speech almost no one could hear him. • Jefferson came from a ______________ family, but he believed that the nation’s strength came from the ______________ people. Jefferson’s Democratic Style Democratic – ensuring that __________ people have the same ______________. “Educate and inform the ______________ ______________ of the people. Enable them to see that it is their interest to preserve peace and order, and they will preserve them… They are the only (ones to rely on) for the preserva4tion of our liberty.” – Thomas Jefferson letter to James Madison, 1787. Federalists are scared • Some believed he would support the ______________ ______________ • He might ______________ the Federalists for the Alien and Sedition acts. (the acts had expired before he took office and he pardoned those affected by it) • “the minority possess their equal rights which equal laws must protect.” Jefferson – a smaller government • Jefferson wanted to ______________ government power. • This would also reduce the federal ______________ and keep debt ______________ • Jefferson believed in an economic idea known as ______________ FAIR
  • 6. • LAISSEZ FAIR – A FRENCH TERM MEANING “____________________________” • FREE MARKET – WHERE GOODS AND SERVICES ARE EXCHANGED WITH ______________ REGULATION. • Government should play a _________ role in economic affairs. John Marshall (1803)  most powerful and famous ______________ ______________ of the Supreme Court  ______________ v. Madison = very famous Supreme Court case result  Establishes Supreme Court’s right to determine laws unconstitutional (judicial review) Marbury V. Madison • 1803 – case that _________________ the Supreme Courts power. • It gave the Supreme Court the power to decide whether laws passed by Congress were ______________ and to reject laws that it considered to be unconstitutional. • JUDICIAL REVIEW JEFFERSON DISPLEASED “THE OPINION WHICH GIVES TO THE JUDGES THE RIGHT TO DECIDE WHAT LAWS ARE CONSTITUTIONAL AND WHAT NOT, NOT ONLY FOR THEMSELVES… BUT FOR THE LEGISLATURE AND EXECUTIVE ALSO… WOULD MAKE THE JUDICIARY A (TYRANNICAL) BRANCH.” – Jefferson to Abigail Adams 1804  In the end, the President and Congress accepted the right of the Court to ______________ laws. Today, ______________ ______________ remains one of the most important powers of the Supreme Court. Important terms: LAISSEZ FAIR – ________________________________________________________________ ________ Judicial Review – ________________________________________________________________ ________ Marbury V. Madison – ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________