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Who were the Founding Fathers of the United States?


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1. Word cloud
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Who were the Founding Fathers of the United States?
2. Slide
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The Founding Fathers were a group of influential political leaders that fought for American independence. They wrote the Constitution to establish the United States as a democracy. The Founding Fathers were also responsible for proposing the Bill of Rights.
The Founding Fathers of the United States
3. Slide
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independence: The state or quality of being free from outside control or support. democracy: A system of government by the whole population or all the eligible members of a state, typically through elected representatives. Bill of Rights: A formal statement of the fundamental rights of the people of a country, recognized and guaranteed by the government.
4. Poll
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Who do you think is the most important founder of the United States?
  • George Washington
  • Thomas Jefferson
  • John Adams
  • Benjamin Franklin
5. Slide
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The Founding Fathers were an incredibly diverse group, including many different backgrounds and occupations such as farmers, lawyers, merchants, doctors, and soldiers. George Washington was not only the first President of the United States, but he was also one of the Founding Fathers. Thomas Jefferson wrote the original draft of the Declaration of Independence and is considered one of the most important Founding Fathers.
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6. Drawings
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Draw / write: What were the main reasons that the Founders wanted to create the United States of America?
7. Drawings
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Draw / write: How did the Founders want to create a government that was different from other governments at the time?
8. Open question
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Would the Founders be pleased with how the government of the United States has changed over time?
9. Open question
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What do you think the Founders would think of the United States today?

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