Most Interesting Aspect
Cullop's work is specifically aimed at placing a legal document of critical significance in American history into an understandable perspective for high school students. Class members are to consider the aspect of the work they view as most unique or interesting. They will then provide a brief description of their views before the class.
Students will be assuming the role of a delegate to the Constitutional Convention whose biography they will be briefly researching. In that role before the class, as though the conference is initially convening, they are to introduce themselves to the other "delegates" having arrived in Philadelphia in 1787 to address the problems with the Articles of Confederation.
A Letter Home
Students are to assume the role of a delegate of their choice. They are then to write a letter to a family member or friend outside Philadelphia explaining what they...
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