Charting Constitutional History 2

Charting Constitutional History 2
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Storyboard Description

You will create a Constitutional “storyboard” as a way of organizing and reviewing your knowledge of the Constitution. One of the best ways to study and review the complexity of the Constitution is to create a visual representation of the chronology of events and their historical relevance. This is a way to trace the narrative of how our nation got from the Declaration of Independence, to the Constitution.

Storyboard Text

  • To strengthen our government we will add an executive branch. Now the Legislative branch makes laws, the Judicial will interpret laws and the Executive will enforce them.
  • This is the creation of Separation of Powers and Checks and Balances.
  • On to the Creation of the Constitution.
  • I agree, but we will need a system to prevent the government from corruption. We shall call this system Checks and Balances.
  • Federalists
  • There is no need for this Bill of Rights, we should leave the Constitution as it is.
  • We need said Bill of Rights, it will protect the rights of the citizens and the states.
  • Anti- Federalists
  • Federalists
  • (Six people say) "I"
  • Than we shall vote, all not in favor for the Bill of Rights.
  • Federalists and Anti-Federalists in the Bill of Rights debate.
  • Anti- Federalists
  • Federalists
  • And all in favor for the Bill of Rights?
  • (Seven people say) "I"
  • Anti- Federalists
  • Then It is official, the Bill of Rights will be ratified, or in layman's terms, passed.
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