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John Adams 2nd President

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Transcript of John Adams 2nd President

John Adams 2nd President
1796-1800

John Adams Takes Office
Problems with France
XYZ Affair
The Alien and Sedition Act (continued)
Peace with France
X
Y
Z
The Alien and Sedition Acts
Say it isn't so!!!
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Add a subtitle "Adams Takes Office", then read the following passage.
Make bullets and answer the following questions in your notes. You may have to write in
complete sentences
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Who was Adams's vice president?
How did he become the vice president?
John Adams was the first president to .......?

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Skip a line and add a subtitle " Problems with France", then read the following passage.
Make bullets and answer the following questions in your notes. You may have to write in
complete sentences
for your facts to make sense
Who is at war in Europe?
What problem is America having with France.
What does Adams try to do to calm things?
What does France suggest to the U.S., to keep them from attacking our ships?
How do we react?
What is the name of this event? (underline this event in your notes)

Use the back arrow key to return to the passage.
Back to your notes on Adams, skip a line and add the subtitle "The Alien and Sedition Acts", then read the following passage.
Underline all subtitles.
Make bullets and answer the following questions in your notes. You may have to write in
complete sentences
for your facts to make sense
Make bullets and answer the following questions in your notes. You may have to write in
complete sentences
for your facts to make sense.

Use 3 bullets to describe what these acts said.



What amendment did this law violate?

Continue reading...
Continue to add to your bullets under the
"Alien and Sedition Act" subtitle.
What did the Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions propose? (This will be BIG later on!)
What happened to these acts?
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Skip a line and add a subtitle "Peace with France", then read the next passage.
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be an open note quiz in your future!!
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Answer this question on the left hand page next to your notes.
Title it "History through Art."
Using bullets under "Peace with France",
answer the following questions.
How did Adams settle the issues with France?
Who won the presidential election of 1800?
...you do not have to write the questions.
It will be faster if you write in complete sentences
or in good understandable phrases. I will check and make you do it over, so don't be sloppy!!
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Just one more thing!
nullify-
to cancel or ignore
.
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