We found 22 resources with the concept ratification of the united states constitution
If Men Were Angels: Teaching the Constitution With the Federalist Papers
7th - 12th CCSS: Designed
New ReviewMuch like the methods of group work, the writers of the Federalist Papers worked together to advocate for their viewpoints against the anti-federalists. The resource enables learners to break into small groups and conduct research before...
North Carolinians Take a Stand on Ratification of the 19th Amendment
7th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
The fight to pass the 19th Amendment to the US Constitution that guaranteed women the right to vote was contentious and divisive. Many states refused to ratify the amendment, initially proposed in 1878. Class members examine documents...
We the People Focusing on Details: Compare and Contrast
6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Even the most inspiring documents in American history had to go through a few drafts before they were ready for publication. Reinforce the importance of the writing process, as well as the collaborative nature of democracy, with an...
The Brief American Pageant: The Confederation and the Constitution
9th - 11th
Four maps cover the tumultuous period during and after the American Revolution. Especially interesting is the first map, which details the land cessions to the United States after 1782. Think about incorporating these pictures into your...
Debate on Ratification: Should We Ratify the New Constitution?
8th - 11th
Students determine whether the Constitution should be ratified. For this U.S. Constitution lesson, students research the roles of famous Federalists and Antifederalists in order to prepare them to participate in a classroom simulation...
Liberation and Deliberation: The North Carolina Ratification Debates of 1788
8th - 12th
Students explore the major issues dividing the Federalists and Antifederalists prior to ratification of the US Constitution and gain a better understanding of the issues and personalities that characterized the NC constitutional convention.