This paperless digital interactive notebook includes everything you need to teach a unit on the Early American Republic in an engaging way! This resource covers the Washington administration through the Era of Good Feelings and the Monroe Doctrine.
The organizers in this resource can be used on their own, or as a supplement to student notes. Interactive notebooks are a great tool to keep students organized and engaged in the lesson!
This digital resource is completely PAPERLESS! It can be used with Google Drive, Google Slides, and Microsoft OneDrive!
In this resource you will find…
• 23 pages of activities
• Suggested answer key
Material Covered1. Key vocabulary – domestic policy foreign policy, neutrality, impressment, factory system, cabinet, internal improvements, John Marshall, nationalism, precedent, Nonintercourse Act, tariff
2. Washington’s administration – inauguration, cabinet, District of Columbia, Northwest Indian War, economic policy, foreign affairs, farewell address
3. Party System – Federalists vs. Democratic-Republicans
4. Whiskey Rebellion – whiskey tax, grievances, resistance, insurrection, federal response
5. Adams administration – election of 1796, presidency, cabinet, quasi-war with France, Alien and Sedition Acts
6. XYZ Affair – commission to France, reaction in the U.S., reaction in France, treaty
7. Jefferson Administration – elections of 1800 and 1804, cabinet, domestic and foreign policies
8. Louisiana Purchase – more land, cost, size, borders, opposition
9. Lewis & Clark Expedition – Lewis & Clark, exploration, Native American encounters, the Great Falls, the Rocky Mountains, Pacific Ocean, accomplishments
10. Marbury v. Madison – Judiciary Acts of 1789, 1801, and 1802, Adams appoints Marbury, Jefferson denies Marbury, decision
11. McCulloch v. Maryland – 1816 Act, case, decision
12. Gibbons v. Ogden – background, case, decision
13. First Industrial Revolution – duration, cultural changes, transportation, working conditions
14. Burr-Hamilton duel – background, Burr’s intentions, Hamilton’s intentions, aftermath, anti-dueling movement
15. War of 1812 – causes, leaders, U.S. attacks Canada, U.S. victories, British fight back, Battle of Baltimore, Battle of New Orleans, peace
16. Era of Good Feelings – post-war nationalism, Great Goodwill Tour, Monroe and political parties
17. Monroe Doctrine – main points, why, long-term effects
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