Help your students build and retain key vocabulary terms with a visually appealing word wall. This resource include 38 word wall terms related to the Early Presidents, vocabulary review strategies, and a review puzzle to support your students’ learning.
The following terms are included – Alexander Hamilton, the Alien Acts, the Barbary Pirates, the Battle of New Orleans, Democratic-Republicans, Denmark Vesey, the Embargo Act, the Era of Good Feelings, Excise Tax, the Farewell Address, Federalists, the French Revolution, George Washington, the Haitian Revolution, Henry Knox, Impressment, James Madison, James Monroe, John Adams, John Marshall, Judicial Review, the Lewis and Clark Expedition, the Louisiana Purchase, Marbury v. Madison, the Monroe Doctrine, the National Bank, the Neutrality Proclamation, the Non-Intercourse Act, Oney Judge, Sally Hemings, the Sedition Act, Tecumseh, Thomas Jefferson, the Treaty of Ghent, the War of 1812, the Whiskey Rebellion, the XYZ Affair
Included in this resource:
- 38 word wall terms that are specifically correlated with my Early Presidents unit bundle. The definitions are written to access students at the middle school level. (PowerPoint – editable and PDF – not editable)
- A vocabulary review puzzle for students to complete cooperatively or as a full class (PowerPoint, PDF and a Google Slides link)
- Strategies for implementation
- The list of vocabulary terms utilized in both resources (PowerPoint, PDF and a Google Slides link)
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