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In this installment of HISTORY JUDGE, students will analyze seven primary and one secondary source on President Andrew Jackson, the Indian Removal Act, and the subsequent "Trail of Tears" that ensued (albeit mostly after his tenure as President ended, but it was his policy that put it in effect, but I digress).
This 27-slide Power Point Lecture Presentation reviews the major ideas in the “Founding of the Nation”. Reviews the important Enlightenment ideas and philosophers that inspired the American Revolution as well as the reasons why the colonists revolted against Great Britain.
The Judicial Branch Escape Room will take students on a secret mission around the classroom! This escape room has students decode interesting facts about the Judicial Branch and Article III of the Constitution.