President John Adams: From Alien and Sedition Acts to XYZ Affair - Free US History I Video This site has many free videos that work great with Tapestry of Grace.

President John Adams: From Alien and Sedition Acts to XYZ Affair - Free US History I Video This site has many free videos that work great with Tapestry of Grace.

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XYZ Affair and Alien and Sedition Acts Mini Unit Middle School Social Studies
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Ask your students: Which is more important national security or personal freedom and rights?   After asking your students which they value most hav...

Ask your students: Which is more important national security or personal freedom and rights? After asking your students which they value most hav...

President John Adams: From Alien and Sedition Acts to XYZ Affair - Video & Lesson Transcript | Education Portal

President John Adams: From Alien and Sedition Acts to XYZ Affair - Video & Lesson Transcript | Education Portal

**Enjoy 28% off during TpT's Back-To-School Sale Sunday and Monday**  The XYZ Affair and The Alien and Sedition Acts:  Two Birds, One Stone!

**Enjoy 28% off during TpT's Back-To-School Sale Sunday and Monday** The XYZ Affair and The Alien and Sedition Acts: Two Birds, One Stone!

The XYZ Affair [1797-98]: In this cartoon, American envoys meet with a French diplomat, depicted as a multi-headed monster holding a dagger. The cartoonist shared the negative view of French diplomacy held by most Americans in the 1790s.  The Granger Collection, New York.

The XYZ Affair [1797-98]: In this cartoon, American envoys meet with a French diplomat, depicted as a multi-headed monster holding a dagger. The cartoonist shared the negative view of French diplomacy held by most Americans in the 1790s. The Granger Collection, New York.

Ask your students: Which is more important national security or personal freedom and rights? After asking your students which they value most have them determine where in the spectrum they feel the United States falls during key points in history.  This pack includes placards to put in your room to set up the spectrum for discussion that you can keep up the entire unit.

Ask your students: Which is more important national security or personal freedom and rights? After asking your students which they value most have them determine where in the spectrum they feel the United States falls during key points in history. This pack includes placards to put in your room to set up the spectrum for discussion that you can keep up the entire unit.

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