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Lesson Plans on the Constitutional Convention

For the past three years, John Moser, Associate Professor of History at Ashland University, and the Ashbrook Center have been working with the National Endowment for the Humanities to produce lesson plans for their EDSITEment web site. Today the NEH is launching three of those lesson plans on the Constitutional Convention. Written by Christopher Burkett, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Ashland University, and Patricia Dillon, an AP US History teacher at Tug Valley High School in Williamson, West Virginia, the three lessons cover The Road to the Constitutional Convention, The Question of Representation at the 1787 Convention, and Creating the Office of the Presidency. You can also view all of the lesson plans created by the Ashbrook Center as a part of this project.
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Isn't it ironic that if we were actually following the Constitution there would be no National Endowment for the Humanities?

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