In this activity, your students will use their knowledge of America& first two political parties to decide if the primary source quote was said to support the Federalist Party or the Democratic Republican Party. Each of the 10 quotes come from either
Interactive Notebook Resources: Ready to Use in the Social Studies Classroom
There are so many benefits to using the interactive notebook at the middle school level. Comprehension and retention are increased, students learn key concepts in multiple ways, and creativity and higher-level thinking are incorporated on a daily basis.
Although learning about the Federalist Papers can be a very dry and boring subject, this creative lecture and activity will engage your students in many different ways. Students will be able to analyze quotes from the Federalist Papers 51 and 78
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The Federalist (known as The Federalist Papers later on) is 85 articles written by James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, and John Jay. These articles are encouraging the ratification of the United States Constitution.