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11. electoral college What two main concerns were reflected in the procedure for electing the president? What did each state do instead of the people directly voting for the president? What is the electoral college? Objective: Students will use the guided reading and class discussions to understand the need for a new governing document. N.J. Core Curriculum Standards 6.1 & 6.3 ( )
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Name: ____________________ US History 1 – 25 Points Chapter 5: Section 2, pgs.140-144 Drafting the Constitution Part II ( Main Ideas ): In your own words, use complete sentences to answer the following questions. 1. Why do you think news of Shay’s Rebellion made states decide to participate in the Philadelphia convention? 2. Why was Sherman’s compromise a success? 3. Which powers were granted to the national government and to the state governments? Objective: Students will use the guided reading and class discussions to understand the need for a new governing document. N.J. Core Curriculum Standards 6.1 & 6.3 ( )
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  • Fall '12
  • Mr.Micicarb
  • US History, Separation of Powers, new governing document, N.J. Core Curriculum, Core Curriculum Standards

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