Virginia Plan, New Jersey Plan, 3/5th Compromise "Compromises Chart" (High School Government)

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Government: Compromises Chart (Virginia Plan, New Jersey Plan, 3/5th Compromise). This Chart is a great resource for teaching the various issues, varying options and results from the Virginia Plan, New Jersey Plan, 3/5ths Comprom...

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This Constitution and the Bill of Rights Activity Bundle Includes: Government Compromises Chart (Virginia Plan, New Jersey Plan, 3/5th Compromise ... $4

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Review the Constitutional Convention and Constitution by playing Bingo! Terms: Articles of Confederation, Shay’s Rebellion, Northwest Ordinance of 1787, Virginia Plan, New Jersey Plan, unicameral, Philadelphia, Roger Sherman, slavery, electoral college, Federalist Papers, Bill of Rights, 1st Amendment, 2nd Amendment, 3rd Amendment, 4th Amendment, 5th Amendment, 6th Amendment, 7th Amendment, 8th Amendment, Supremacy Clause, Elastic Clause, states, Federalists Game includes: 30 unique ...

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The Great Compromise, the Virginia Plan, and the New Jersey Plan were all important parts of the formation of the United States government. This lesson explores all three topics, as well as related people and vocabulary. The lesson comes complete with an

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The debate over how to organize Congress can be challenging to teach students. This activity is designed to help students think about what they know about the debate in a new way.After learning about the debate over Congress at the Constitutional Convention, students will use critical thinking to identify visual representations of the New Jersey and Virginia Plans.

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This activity set includes a one page Common Core reading about the US Constitutional Convention with excerpts from the Constitution. Students complete a graphic organizer outlining key points about who was involved and what they set out to do. Students analyze the New Jersey Plan,Virginia Plan and the Connecticut Compromise.

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