Shays' Rebellion: Cause and Effect Graphic Organizer
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Shays' Rebellion was primarily caused by a combination of economic and political factors that created discontent and frustration among farmers and debtors in Massachusetts. These factors combined to create a sense of frustration, economic hardship, and perceived injustice among the farmers and debtors in Massachusetts.
Shays' Rebellion was their response to these challenges and their attempt to address their grievances against the state government and the economic system. Overall, Shays' Rebellion had far-reaching effects on the United States. It played a pivotal role in shaping the movement towards a stronger federal government, the ratification of the Constitution, and the protection of individual rights. It also brought attention to economic grievances and contributed to discussions on economic policies.
Teacher-prepared notes show students what is important and how ideas relate, and offer a model for how students should take notes themselves (Marzano et al., 2001). These teacher-created notes will help your students grasp the major causes and effects of Shays' Rebellion in 1786. The notes come with a student version and a completed teacher version. These notes work well as a supplement to class readings!
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