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Due in 2 weeks.. Flipped Learning: Reminder. Include:. Who was nominated as presidential candidate by each party and why. 1856 campaign. 1856 result (try and get a map of the USA that shows these results). ID: 718387

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Dred

Scott

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Your revision grid needs completing up until Emergence of the Republican Party (we will do the 1856 election next week).

Due in 2 weeks.

Flipped Learning: Reminder

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Include:

Who was nominated as presidential candidate by each party and why

1856 campaign1856 result (try and get a map of the USA that shows these results)Raw votesPercentageElectoral college votesTASK: Compare your findings with your table and add anything you have missed in a green pen

Flipped Learning: Due today

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Self Assessment

GB3 Rewrite

Colour 1

Colour 2

Colour 3

Provenance

Points

(Type, Audience, Date)

Own Knowledge

Links to value/limits

Tone

Point(Mood, emphasis in the source)Own Knowledge(Why is this mood/emphasis used)Links to value/limitsArgumentPoint(What does the source say?)Own Knowledge(is the argument true?)Links to value/limits

Write a paragraph that compares your GB3 rewrite to your first attempt.

What is different about your rewrite?

How does this impact the quality of your answer?

What do you still need to work on?

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KNOW

The outcome of

Dred

Scott vs. Sandford

EXPLAINReactions to the Dred Scott CaseEVALUATEThe significance of the Dred Scott case

Topic:

Dred

Scott

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Competition time!

Who can remember the most about the United States Supreme Court. You have 2 minutes to brainstorm as much as you can remember… GO!

KNOW

The outcome of

Dred

Scott vs. Sandford

ANALYSE

Reactions to the

Dred

Scott case

EVALUATE

The significance of the Dred Scott case

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What would you do?!

You

will

now

be given a pack with 3 documents:

The background of the caseHow the case reached the Supreme CourtWhat you need to consider

TASK: Complete the table by finding argument in favour of

Dred

Scott, and arguments against

Dred

Scott.

Favour of Dred ScottAgainst Dred ScottKNOWThe outcome of Dred Scott vs. SandfordANALYSEReactions to the Dred Scott case

EVALUATE

The significance of the

Dred

Scott case

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Consequences of

Dred

Scott

Using your ‘Impact of the

Dred

Scott case’ handout, come to a decision on the following question.How significant was the Dred Scott decision in the destabilisation of relations between the North and the South?

KNOW

The outcome of

Dred

Scott vs. Sandford

ANALYSE

Reactions to the Dred Scott caseEVALUATEThe significance of the

Dred

Scott case

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With reference to this sources and your understanding of the historical context, is this source to a historian studying the reaction to the

Dred Scott decision?

Adapted from an article in the newspaper, the Charleston Mercury (South Carolina), entitled ‘The Decision of the Supreme Court in the Dred Scott Case, and its Tremendous Consequences’, March 16th 1857 The Dred Scott decision, in a political party view, is the judgement that Congress has no power and can delegate no power over the question of slavery in the Territories. This decision, at a single blow, smashes the anti-slavery platform of the late great Northern Republican Party into atoms. The policy of legislating slavery out of Kansas and the other Territories of the Union by Congress will no longer avail them. Congress has no power in the Territories. That is settled. What was in doubt is in doubt no longer. The supreme law is expounded by the supreme authority and disobedience is rebellion, treason and revolution. The Republican Party henceforth must choose between submission and revolution – loyalty and treason.

KNOW

The outcome of

Dred

Scott vs. Sandford

ANALYSE

Reactions to the

Dred

Scott case

EVALUATEThe significance of the Dred Scott case

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With reference to this sources and your understanding of the historical context, is this source to a historian studying the reaction to the

Dred Scott decision?

KNOW

The outcome of

Dred

Scott vs. Sandford

ANALYSE

Reactions to the

Dred

Scott case

EVALUATE

The significance of the Dred Scott caseAdapted from an article in the newspaper, the Charleston Mercury (South Carolina), entitled ‘The Decision of the Supreme Court in the Dred Scott Case, and its Tremendous Consequences’, March 16th 1857 The Dred Scott decision, in a political party view, is the judgement that Congress has no power and can delegate no power over the question of slavery in the Territories. This decision, at a single blow, smashes the anti-slavery platform of the late great Northern Republican Party into atoms. The policy of legislating slavery out of Kansas and the other Territories of the Union by Congress will no longer avail them. Congress has no power in the Territories. That is settled. What was in doubt is in doubt no longer. The supreme law is expounded by the supreme authority and disobedience is rebellion, treason and revolution. The Republican Party henceforth must choose between submission and revolution – loyalty and treason.Understanding of the SourceProvenanceP:Ev:Ex:ToneP:Ev:

Ex:

Argument 1

P:

Ev

:

Ex:

Argument 2

P:

Ev

:

Ex:

Stick the source at the top of an A3 sheet

Use the first box to jot down your thought on what the source says/anything you don’t understand

Pick out the provenance/tone/arguments and use your knowledge to decide whether they are valuable

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