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1 American Division Jigsaw 1) We will get into three groups that are selected by me! 2) Each group will be given a topic to discuss and resources that should be used to answer the questions associated with your topic 3) After researching the necessary information each group will create a poster and then participate in a class discussion

2 What To Do 1) Research the information associated with your topic 2) Write the information on the poster board provided 3) Be sure to include the title of your group and all parts requested 4) Write the information big enough so it can be read by students a few feet away

3 JIGSAW 1) Elect a teacher from your group 2) The other members of the group need to copy down the information from their research into their notes 3) The class will rotate to the following two groups where they will write down their information being taught by the elected teacher 4) At the end each student should have visited each group and now have notes on all three topics

4 NORTH VS. SOUTH

5 North vs. South Comparison 1) On the back of your information collected for the Jigsaw create a Venn Diagram that detail the differences between north and south 2) Use the website provided to include political, social, economic, geographic any all other differences. 3) You are being graded for both the total and the number correct

6 Compare/Contrast South & North NORTH SOUTH

7 THE AGE OF JACKSON

8 End of Monroe I. By the election of 1824 the nation is slowly pulling apart due to economic, social and political differences between North and South II. The nation needed a new president A. Election of 1824

9 Election of 1824 I. Nationalism is being replaced by sectionalism A. People care more about their region (north or south) instead of the nation II. Sectional candidates: A. John Quincy Adams Massachusetts (North) B. Andrew Jackson Tennessee/North Carolina (South) C. Henry Clay Kentucky (West) D. William Crawford Georgia (South) III. All were Democratic-Republicans IV. Voters selected candidates based on sectional ties

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11 Election of 1824 I. John Quincy Adams faced off against Andrew Jackson. II. Andrew Jackson won the popular vote (43%) but lacked a majority in the electoral college (needed 51%) III. Henry Clay (Speaker of the House) has the power to swing the election in either direction. IV. Clay disliked Jackson and did not believe he would be a good president

12 I. John Quincy Adams elected as our nations 6 th president II. AJACK is furious à he should have won!

13 Corrupt Bargain I. Henry Clay used his influence in the House of Representatives to elect John Quincy Adams II. Henry Clay was appointed Secretary of State under John Q. Adams A. Clay and Adams made a deal that benefited both of them B. Seen as illegal, corrupt and dirty by everyone III. Jackson is incredibly upset that he had been cheated out of the presidency by this corrupt bargain. IV. John Quincy Adams presidency was considered a lie A. 69% of the USA voted against John Q. Adams

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15 JOHN QUINCY ADAMS

16 John Quincy Adam s Presidency I. Never escaped the corrupt bargain A. People see Adams as a cheater & criminal II. States eased the requirements to vote: A. No property requirements B. No literacy tests C. Almost every white-male could vote now III. The Tariff of Abominations (Tariff of 1828) A. High protective tariff (protected northern manufacturing) B. Increased prices for manufactured goods on southerners C. John C. Calhoun argued for the nullification of the tariff i. South Carolina Exposition and Protest

17 The Truth About Adams I. JQA s presidency was short and uneventful. II. Adams was always remembered for his role in the corrupt bargain. A. Ruined his and Henry Clay s political careers III. JQA will run for reelection in 1828 against AJACK I. JQA is unpopular & seen as a criminal II. More people now voting due to ease in voter requirements

18 The Election of 1828 I. AJACK supporters formed the Democratic-Republicans (Democrats) A. Common man, middle class, national support II. John Quincy Adams: National Republicans A. Elitist, rich, wealth support from New England only III. Considered the first modern election A. Mudslinging, slogans, rallies, and buttons introduced to campaigning B. Personal attacks at each other C. Really nasty election

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20 THE PRESIDENCY OF ANDREW JACKSON

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