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  1. Brain StretchIn your Monday Row Make your predictions and create a flow map, showing how you think U.S. History will progress now that they have won their independence in 1783.

  2. Agenda/objectivesObjective(s):*To identify, and examine the strengths and weaknesses of the 1st National government of the U.S.A. • Agenda: • Threshold/Threshold Review • Review the guest teacher experience • Next Unit’s pre-test • Brain Pop video and organizer • T-Chart-Strengths and Weaknesses notes • LANCER notes

  3. Guest Teacher Behavior and Assignments Many positives and some negatives. For those who behaved like you should and made a valid effort on the assignment, your grade is your reward. For those who were specifically listed, you will be assigned a lunch detention and will have to explain to me the reason why you were listed. In that conversation it will be determined if we need to make a call home.

  4. Pre-Test—Purpose and Expectations Remember a pre-test is to measure growth throughout a unit. We will have a real quiz on Friday. Until everyone is finished you need to be at a level 0. Doodle on the blank backside if it helps keep quiet.

  5. Guest Teacher Behavior and Assignments Many positives and some negatives. For those who behaved like you should and made a valid effort on the assignment, your grade is your reward. For those who were specifically listed, you will be assigned a lunch detention and will have to explain to me the reason why you were listed. In that conversation it will be determined if we need to make a call home.

  6. The Articles of Confederation America’s 1st Constitution 1781-1789 Why did the Founding Fathers Choose a Confederation plan of government? Why Did the Founding Fathers believe the Articles needed to be replaced by the US Constitution? Strengths Weaknesses The first system of government designed by the Founding Fathers was a Confederation. Under a Confederate system, the National or Central Government is given only a few powers, while most of the power is reserved for the States.

  7. The Articles of Confederation America’s 1st Constitution 1781-1789 • The Articles had 2 major achievements: • Bringing the Revolutionary War to a successful conclusion • North West Ordinance (plan for governing the western lands)

  8. The Articles of Confederation America’s 1st Constitution 1781-1789 Strengths Weaknesses Congress was given the power to: Declare War & Establish an Army/Navy No Power to Draft Soldiers

  9. The Articles of Confederation America’s 1st Constitution 1781-1789 Strengths Weaknesses Congress was given the power to: Make Peace & Sign Treaties No Power to Enforce Treaties

  10. The Articles of Confederation America’s 1st Constitution 1781-1789 Strengths Weaknesses Congress was given the power to: No Power to Collect Taxes from the States Borrow Money

  11. The Articles of Confederation America’s 1st Constitution 1781-1789 Strengths Weaknesses Congress was given the power to: Organize a Post Office

  12. The Articles of Confederation America’s 1st Constitution 1781-1789 Strengths Weaknesses Congress was given the power to: No Chief Executive No national court system No Power to Regulate Interstate Commerce No National Currency Difficult to Pass laws (2/3 vote)

  13. The Articles of Confederation America’s 1st Constitution 1781-1789 Strengths Weaknesses Congress was given the power to: Difficult to Amend (unanimous vote needed to change the articles)

  14. The Articles of Confederation • No Chief Executive • No National Court System • No Power to Draft Soldiers • No Power to Control Interstate Commerce • No Power to Enforce Treaties • No Power to Collect Taxes from the States • Difficult to Pass Laws (2/3 vote) • No National Currency • Difficult to Amend • (Unanimous Vote Needed to Change Articles) • Congress given the power to: • Declare War • Make Peace • Sign Treaties • Borrow Money • Establish an Army & Navy • Organize a Post Office

  15. Conclusion Why did the Founding Fathers Choose a Confederation plan of government? They feared that a strong central government would create tyranny, and stamp out the peoples natural God given rights.

  16. LANCER NOTES Title/Headline= “Articles of Confederation” • Keypoints- • When and why did the Americans need a govt? • What were the issues with K.G.III that Americans did not want to repeat in their new govt.? • What did James Madison say about the A.O.C.? • What did Alexander Hamilton say about the A.O.C? • What happened in 1787? Where will I get the information? A Video…

  17. Conclusion Why Did the Founding Fathers believe the Articles needed to be replaced by the US Constitution? The nation needed to function as ONE united country & not 13 small unorganized nations. Shay’s rebellion proved the need to strengthen the government.