Three fifths compromise

1.Constitution 2.Bicameral 3.Confederation 4.Ratify 5.Great Compromise 6.Three-Fifths Compromise 7.Electoral College 8.Federalisms 9.Federalism 10.Anti-Federalists.

Chapter Links Section 1 “The Constitutional Convention” Section 2 “The Struggle for Ratification” Section 3 “The Supreme Law of the Land” Civics: Government and Economics in Action

Three-fifths Compromise

This Song and Lesson Packet includes - An of the song Three-Fifths of a Man - A synopsis/lyric handout with bold key terms - A vocabulary and definitions

Three Fifths Compromise Clause of the U.S. Constitution

Three Fifths Compromise Clause of the U.

This PowerPoint will cover the Constitutional Convention, the Virginia Plan, the New Jersey Plan, the Great Compromise and the Three-Fifths Compromise. Also there is a chart for students to fill out while you go through the slideshow.

Constitutional Convention and Compromises

This PowerPoint will cover the Constitutional Convention, the Virginia Plan, the New Jersey Plan, the Great Compromise and the Three-Fifths Compromise. Also there is a chart for students to fill out while you go through the slideshow.

The Constitutional Convention of 1787 Activity Packet Includes:  -KWL Graphic Organizer   -Reading Comprehension & Questions  - The Great Compromise  - The Three-Fifths Compromise  - James Madison Brainstorming Map and Cinquiain Activity  - Benjamin Franklin Brainstorming Map and Pamphlet Activity

The Consitutional Convention of 1787 (w/ Benjamin Franklin & James Madison)

All you need for an entire lesson on the Constitutional Convention of Includes key topics such as the Great Compromise and Three-Fifths Compromise.

The "Three-Fifths" compromise.   The Constitutional Convention in 1787 compromised the population count of slaves by counting each slave as three-fifths of a person  | African American Registry

The "Three-Fifths" compromise. The Constitutional Convention in 1787 compromised the population count of slaves by counting each slave as three-fifths of a person

This graphic organizer allows students to compare the CT Compromise (Sometimes called the Great Compromise)and the three fifths Compromise when dis...

This graphic organizer allows students to compare the CT Compromise (Sometimes called the Great Compromise)and the three fifths Compromise when dis...

America's Critical Period ! Lesson #6 - The Three-Fifths Compromise  A Constitutional Compromise

Articles of Confederation Three-Fifths Compromise

Lesson - The Three-Fifths Compromise A Constitutional Compromise

This graphic organizer allows students to compare the CT Compromise (Sometimes called the Great Compromise)and the three fifths Compromise when discussing the United States Constitution.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

This graphic organizer allows students to compare the CT Compromise (Sometimes called the Great Compromise)and the three fifths Compromise when discussing the United States Constitution.

Articles of Confederation Three-Fifths Compromise • Students will research and analyze the Constitutional Compromises: Three-fifths Compromise & the Slave Trade

Articles of Confederation Three-Fifths Compromise

Articles of Confederation Three-Fifths Compromise • Students will research and analyze the Constitutional Compromises: Three-fifths Compromise & the Slave Trade

These graphic organizers and diagrams are so helpful in teaching students the background and goals of the 3/5 compromise made during the Constitutional Convention of 1787.  Students research and analyze the compromises - the three fifths compromise and the compromise on the slave trade.  I love seeing their "aha" moments during this lesson!  Great for middle school Social Studies.

Articles of Confederation Three-Fifths Compromise

Articles of Confederation and the Constitutional Convention Articles of Confederation - The Three-Fifths Compromise Aim: What did the Founding Fathers do about

COMPROMISED by Mathalicious -How were free states and slave states represented in Congress?  In this lesson, students use census data and fraction multiplication to explore the effects of the Three-Fifths Compromise on the balance of power between free and slave states in early America. #governmentinmath #commoncoremath

Constitution Day, - On September 1787 forty-two of the 55 delegates to Constitutional Convention held their final meeting. Only one item of business occupied the agenda that day, to sign The Constitution of the United States of America.

This activity will help spice up your social studies interactive notebooks and the kids will love the organization and hands on activities.  $

Interactive Notebook Flippables: Constitutional Convention

This activity will help spice up your social studies interactive notebooks and the kids will love the organization and hands on activities.

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