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Topics: Thomas Jefferson, John Quincy Adams, History of the United States Pages: 2 (976 words) Published: October 21, 2014
STUDY GUIDE FOR UNIT III THE FEDERALIST ERA AMERICAN GOVERNMENT 1789-1828 CHAPTERS 7-9 This unit covers the first six presidents and the years 1789-1828. Over the course of the next three weeks, you can expect to learn about the ways that our government was taken out of the Constitution and put into practice. Among the key concepts are the Bill of Rights, the start of the financial system, the early presidencies, the early Supreme Court, the War of 1812 and many changes in democracy. It is probably the most difficult unit of the first semester and arguably the most important. DAYTOPICHOMEWORK DUEMonday 10/13Finishing DBQs and making sense of the processNone Tuesday 10/14Changing the Constitution and the EconomyRead 192-201Wednesday 10/15Washingtons PresidencyRead 201-210Thursday 10/16Political Parties Adams v JeffersonRead 211-220Friday 10/17Jefferson and the changes that take placeRead 228-239Monday 10/20The Expansion of AmericaRead 239-243Tuesday10/21War of 1812 and Expansion of InfluenceRead 244-256Wednesday 10/22Changes with ExpansionRead 259-272Thursday 10/23Day off Friday 10/24Youre still not hereMonday 10/27More Expansion and Era of Good FeelingsRead 272-289Tuesday 10/28Review/catch up if neededNoneWednesday 10/29Test Unit 3NoneThursday 10/30Essay WritingNoneFriday 10/31Go Over Test MAJOR THEMES Now that we have presidents, for every presidential administration, you should always keep track of major foreign policy issues, major domestic policy issues, etc. (Use the chart I gave youits probably the best way to study for this unit.) How did Alexander Hamiltons plan affect the early nation Rise of Political Parties Problems with other nations How did the Supreme Court develop How did Democracy Change in the 1820s. How does the American Economy Develop CHAPTER SEVEN In general, know all about our early Constitution/ Bill of Rights stuff, the economy and the birth of political parties GEORGE WASHINGTON AS PRESIDENT How did he handle the jobwhat was his...
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