Federalists vs. Anti-Federalists A Supporter’s View By Lisa Walz
The Argument…. The argument is over ratifying the constitution and over how much control the constitution should give to the Federal Government.
What is Propaganda? Propaganda: information, ideas, opinions or images, often only giving one part of an argument, which are broadcast, published or in some other way spread with the intention of influencing people's opinions. Cambridge Dictionary Examples:
Your task… • Break up into groups of two. • Each group will be making a propaganda poster for either the Federalist or the Anti-Federalists. You will have 20 minutes to create it. • The posters should include… • The name of the side you are supporting. • A catchy slogan for your side. • Who would be on the groups side (i.e. large land owners) • What the group wanted. • And an illustration. • Remember to be creative, colorful, and Original!!! All of the information you need can be found in your textbook on page 271 Your groups have the class period to find and write the information as well as add some creative flair and illustrations During the last 10 minutes of class we will present our posters and take a vote on the most persuasive argument.