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The New RepublicCH 61789-1816
Lackawanna Trail Junior/Senior High SchoolLesson Plan FormatName: Jeffrey MarxSubject American History IDates: Topic: The New Republic Number of Students: Mode: Number of IEPs:Objectives:Describe the steps Washington’s administration took to build the federal government. Analyze Hamilton’s plans for the economy and the opposition to them.Explain how a two-part-system emerged in the new nationExplain how territorial expansion brought Americans into conflict with the British and with Native Americans.Describe American relations with Britain, France, and Spain. Analyze how the political parties’ debates over foreign policy further divided themUnderstand why some saw Jefferson’s election as a “republican revolution”Explain the impact of John Marshall’s tenure as Chief Justice of the United States Identify the importance of the Louisiana PurchaseAnalyze Jefferson’s foreign policiesIdentify the events that led to the Was Hawks’ call for war.Analyze the major battles and conflicts of the War of 1812Explain the significance of the War of 1812. Content/OutlineGovernment and Party Politics The Struggle Over Foreign PolicyThe Age of JeffersonThe War of 1812
ProceduresLecture and questions in which students will have to explore and find the answers. This allows them to discover answers to the questions through personal research. Material/TechnologyTextbookComputer and projectorStudent AssessmentQuizzes TestReinforcement/Follow-Up:As the semester progresses we will have additional reinforcement of skills and growing fund of knowledge.Standards Addressed:HistoryA.8.3.9.B.8.3.9C.8.3.9GeographyA.7.4.9.B.7.4.9
Terms PrecedentCabinetTariffLoose constructionStrict constructionPolitical partyFrench RevolutionXYZ affairAlien and Sedition Act Virginia and Kentucky ResolutionJudicial ReviewWar HawksBattle of TippecanoeTreaty of GhentHartford ConventionNeutrality ActPinckney TreatyJay’s Treaty
President- George Washington Cabinet Thomas Jefferson- secretary of stateHenry Knox- secretary of warAlexander Hamilton secretary of treasuryEdmund Randolph- attorney generalNational Debt$52 Million ( Foreign and States-government bonds)Hamilton’s Proposal1. Pay back all debts 2. Create a National bank- one currency, loans, safe place for money 3. Tax foreign and domestic goods
Secretary of Treasury Alexander HamiltonHis plan- to get the nation out of debt. He proposed taxes, a national bank, and that the federal government would pay off all debts.

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