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Unit #4: George Washington As President
Learning Target: I can EVALUATE how George Washington handled the many challenges he faced during his presidency.

Please complete the steps below to prepare for this assignment:

 Follow the directions below.  You will be creating a tab for this assignment after you have added this lesson's learning target to your LiveBinder.

1.  Open the "Learning Targets" tab in your LiveBinder.  Copy the learning target above into your LiveBinder.  Be sure to include today's date. 

2.  Create a new tab in your LiveBinder titled "George Washington As President". 

3.  Now click on "content" > "text" > "text-media" option. 



Red Activity:

Assignments to Complete:

 Part I: Grading The Presidency of George Washington

 
1.  It is the end of the term and it is time to give George Washington a grade for his presidency!  How successful George Washington was as our first president will be up to you and your grading.  Follow the
      directions below to complete your evaluation of George Washington time in office.  Some of the material in this lesson will be review from previous lessons.  Other parts of this lesson will be new information. 
      Be sure to use all of the resources provided to complete the activity.  Some of this activity will be done in your LiveBinder textbox while other portions will be completed in a word document titled
      "George Washington's Report Card."  You will be uploading the George Washington's Report Card to your LiveBinder when it is completed.

 
2.  Download a copy of the George Washington's Report Card.  Open the file in Microsoft Word.

 
3.  Take a few moments to look over the George Washington's Report Card.  You will be completing the majority of your work in this file.  Follow the directions on the George Washington's Report Card as well as
      the directions on this webpage.  Use the resources provided to complete the activity correctly.  Please do NOT attempt to take short cuts.  You must complete the assignment correctly to accurately grade
      George Washington's presidency.  Be sure to save your work frequently as you go. 



 
4.  Next, begin working on George Washington's first three assignments.  These include: Cabinet Selection, Establishing Presidential Precedents, and Compromise and a New Capital.  If these topics sounds familiar
      they should.  We have already gone over each of these assignments.  Complete the "description box" for each assignment by Composing a well written paragraph (7-9 sentences) summarizing each of George
      Washington’s assignments.  Be sure to focus on the Who, What Where, When, and Why of each activity.  A reader should be able to understand the events surrounding each assignment by reading your
      description.


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Be sure to use the following resources to review each of George Washington's Assignments below in order to complete the descriptions or check your answers:

      Cabinet Selection: Mount Vernon Cabinet Members webpage  |  watch the following historical drama  |  video

      Presidential Precedents:  Boxes 10-12 of George Washington As President Materials  |  passage about George Washington's precedents
     
      Compromise and a New Capital: Compromise and A New Capital Infographic #1  | Compromise and New Capital Infographic #2   |   Great website to look over   |   Read About a Famous Dinner Party    |

                                                         Read About The Compromise that Created Our Capital 
|  watch the following video



5.  In the next box, take a moment to reflect on or think about how George Washington handled this "assignment."  Ask yourself if you think he did a good job or a poor job in dealing with these challenges.  You
     may want to reread the completed description to help you.  Once you have decided, give George Washington a grade for each assignment (#/10 points) in the grade column.  The grade should reflect on your
     evaluation of the decisions Washington made.  For example, if he did an outstanding job you may wish to give him a 10/10.  If he did a poor job a lower score should be place in the box.

6.  Finally, you must complete the "comments" box for each assignment.  Think about the reasons why you assigned George Washington the grade you chose for each assignment.  In the
     comments box, write a well written paragraph (7-9 sentences) explaining why you gave him that grade for the assignment.  Feel free to use the information in the descriptions to help explain your
     answer. 

 

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 Part II: The Whisky Rebellion

1.  The next assignment you will see on the George Washington's Report Card is known as the Whisky Rebellion.  Take a few moments to learn about the Whisky Rebellion by exploring the resources below:

     George Washington: Forging a Nation Whisky Rebellion Scene  |  Boxes 14-19 of George Washington As President Materials   
 
2.   Complete the "description box" for The Whisky Rebllion assignment by composing a well written paragraph (7-9 sentences) summarizing each of George Washington’s assignments.  Be sure to focus on
      the Who, What Where, When, and Why of each activity.  A reader should be able to understand the events surrounding each assignment by reading your description.


3.  In the next box, take a moment to reflect on or think about how George Washington handled The Whisky Rebellion.  Ask yourself if you think he did a good job or a poor job in dealing with the Whisky Rebellion
     or did he do a poor job.  You may want to reread the completed description or explore additional resources to help you.  Once you have decided, give George Washington a grade for the Whisky Rebellion (#/10
     points) in the grade column.  The grade should reflect on your evaluation of the decisions Washington made during the Whisky Rebellion.  For example, if he did an outstanding job you may wish to give him a
     10/10.  If he did a poor job a lower score should be place in the box.

4.  Finally, you must complete the "comments" box for each assignment.  Think about the reasons why you assigned George Washington the grade you chose for each assignment.  In the
     comments box, write a well written paragraph (7-9 sentences) explaining why you gave him that grade for the assignment.  Feel free to use the information in the descriptions to help explain your
     answer. 

5.  Check and save your work.  Move on to the next assignment below.

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 Part III: George Washington's Neutrality Proclamation

1.  The next assignment you will see on the George Washington's Report Card is known as the Neutrality Proclamation.  Take a few moments to learn about the Neutrality Proclamation by exploring the resources
     below:

     George Washington: Forging a Nation Neutrality Proclamation Scene  |  Boxes 20-26 of George Washington As President Materials   

2.   Complete the "description box" for George Washington's Neutrality Proclamation assignment by composing a well written paragraph (7-9 sentences) summarizing each of George Washington’s
      assignments.  Be sure to focus on the Who, What Where, When, and Why of each activity.  A reader should be able to understand the events surrounding each assignment by reading your description.


3.  In the next box, take a moment to reflect on or think about how George Washington handled The Neutrality Proclamation.  Ask yourself if you think he did a good job or a poor job in dealing with the Neutrality
     Proclamation or did he do a poor job.  You may want to reread the completed description or explore additional resources to help you.  Once you have decided, give George Washington a grade for the Neutrality
     Proclamation (#/10 points) in the grade column.  The grade should reflect on your evaluation of the decisions Washington made during the Neutrality Proclamation.  For example, if he did an outstanding job
     you may wish to give him a 10/10.  If he did a poor job a lower score should be place in the box.

4.  Finally, you must complete the "comments" box for each assignment.  Think about the reasons why you assigned George Washington the grade you chose for each assignment.  In the
     comments box, write a well written paragraph (7-9 sentences) explaining why you gave him that grade for the assignment.  Feel free to use the information in the descriptions to help explain your
     answer. 

5.  Check and save your work.  Move on to the next assignment below.

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 Part IV: The Jay Treaty

1.  The next assignment you will see on the George Washington's Report Card is known as the Neutrality Proclamation.  Take a few moments to learn about the Jay Treaty by exploring the resources
     below:

     George Washington: Forging a Nation Neutrality Proclamation Scene  |  Boxes 27-35 of George Washington As President Materials   

2.   Complete the "description box" for The Jay Treaty assignment by composing a well written paragraph (7-9 sentences) summarizing each of George Washington’s assignments.  Be sure to focus on
      the Who, What Where, When, and Why of each activity.  A reader should be able to understand the events surrounding each assignment by reading your description.


3.  In the next box, take a moment to reflect on or think about how George Washington handled The Jay Treaty.  Ask yourself if you think he did a good job or a poor job in dealing with The Jay Treaty or did he
     do a poor job.  You may want to reread the completed description or explore additional resources to help you.  Once you have decided, give George Washington a grade for The Jay Treaty (#/10 points) in
     the grade column.  The grade should reflect on your evaluation of the decisions Washington made during the The Jay Treaty.  For example, if he did an outstanding job
     you may wish to give him a 10/10.  If he did a poor job a lower score should be place in the box.

4.  Finally, you must complete the "comments" box for each assignment.  Think about the reasons why you assigned George Washington the grade you chose for each assignment.  In the
     comments box, write a well written paragraph (7-9 sentences) explaining why you gave him that grade for the assignment.  Feel free to use the information in the descriptions to help explain your
     answer. 

5.  Check and save your work.  Move on to the next assignment below.

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Part V: Washington's Farewell Address

1.  The next assignment you will see on the George Washington's Report Card is known as the Neutrality Proclamation.  Take a few moments to learn about the Washington's Farewell Address by exploring the
    resources below:

     George Washington: Forging a Nation Washington's Farewell Address Scene  |  Boxes 36-44 of George Washington As President Materials   

2.  Complete the "description box" for Washington's Farewell Address assignment by composing a well written paragraph (7-9 sentences) summarizing each of George Washington’s assignments.  Be sure to
     focus on the Who, What Where, When, and Why of each activity.  A reader should be able to understand the events surrounding each assignment by reading your description.


3.  In the next box, take a moment to reflect on or think about how George Washington handled The Washington's Farewell Address.  Ask yourself if you think he did a good job or a poor job in dealing with his
     Farewell Address or did he do a poor job.  You may want to reread the completed description or explore additional resources to help you.  Once you have decided, give George Washington a grade for the
     Washington's Farewell Address (#/10 points) in the grade column.  The grade should reflect on your evaluation of the decisions Washington made during the The Washington's Farewell Address.  For example,
     if he did an outstanding job you may wish to give him a 10/10.  If he did a poor job a lower score should be place in the box.

4.  Finally, you must complete the "comments" box for each assignment.  Think about the reasons why you assigned George Washington the grade you chose for each assignment.  In the
     comments box, write a well written paragraph (7-9 sentences) explaining why you gave him that grade for the assignment.  Feel free to use the information in the descriptions to help explain your
     answer.   

5.  Check and save your work.  UPLOAD YOUR George Washington's Report Card TO YOUR LIVEBINDER MEDIA BOX. Move on to the next assignment below.

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Part VI: Assigning George Washington A Final  Grade

1.  Take a few moments to explore boxes 45-50 in the George Washington As President Materials to learn about how George Washington died.

2.  Add up all of the points on the George Washington's Report Card to assign George Washington his final grade out of 70 total points. 

     The grading scale for George Washington's presidency is as follows:

      63 - 70 A

      56 - 62 B

      49 - 55 C

      42 - 48 D

      41 - Below F


3.  Finally, in your LiveBinder textbox, use your comments and assignment descriptions to compose a well written paragraph (5-7 sentences) explaining why you assigned George Washington his grade for his
     presidency.  Be sure to write in complete sentences and to use the information on the George Washington's Report Card to support the grade. 


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White Activity:

Assignments to Complete:

 Part I: Grading The Presidency of George Washington

 
1.  It is the end of the term and it is time to give George Washington a grade for his presidency!  How successful George Washington was as our first president will be up to you and your grading.  Follow the
      directions below to complete your evaluation of
George Washington time in office.  Some of the material in this lesson will be review from previous lessons.  Other parts of this lesson will be new information. 
      Be sure to use all of the resources provided to complete the activity.  Some of this activity will be done in your LiveBinder textbox while other portions will be completed in a word document titled
      "George Washington's Report Card."  You will be uploading the George Washington's Report Card to your LiveBinder when it is completed.

 
2.  Download a copy of the George Washington's Report Card.  Open the file in Microsoft Word.

 
3.  Take a few moments to look over the George Washington's Report Card.  You will be completing the majority of your work in this file.  Follow the directions on the George Washington's Report Card as well as
      the directions on this webpage.  Use the resources provided to complete the activity correctly.  Please do NOT attempt to take short cuts.  You must complete the assignment correctly to accurately grade
      George Washington's presidency.  Be sure to save your work frequently as you go. 



 
4.  Next, begin working on George Washington's first three assignments.  These include: Cabinet Selection, Establishing Presidential Precedents, and Compromise and a New Capital.  If these topics sounds familiar
      they should.  We have already gone over each of these assignments.  Complete the "description box" for each assignment by filling in the blanks with the correct terms.  You can type on each
      line by clicking on the text box and replacing the "type here" text with the correct term to complete the description. 

      **
Be sure to use the following resources to review each of George Washington's Assignments below in order to complete the descriptions or check your answers:

      Cabinet Selection: Mount Vernon Cabinet Members webpage  |  watch the following historical drama  |  video

      Presidential Precedents:  Boxes 10-12 of George Washington As President Materials  |  passage about George Washington's precedents
     
      Compromise and a New Capital: Compromise and A New Capital Infographic #1  | Compromise and New Capital Infographic #2   |   Great website to look over   |   Read About a Famous Dinner Party    |

                                                         Read About The Compromise that Created Our Capital 
|  watch the following video



5.  In the next box, take a moment to reflect on or think about how George Washington handled this "assignment."  Ask yourself if you think he did a good job or a poor job in dealing with these challenges.  You
     may want to reread the completed description to help you.  Once you have decided, give George Washington a grade for each assignment (#/10 points) in the grade column.  The grade should reflect on your
     evaluation of the decisions Washington made.  For example, if he did an outstanding job you may wish to give him a 10/10.  If he did a poor job a lower score should be place in the box.

6.  Finally, you must complete the "comments" box for each assignment.  Think about the reasons why you assigned George Washington the grade you chose for each assignment.  In the
    comments box, write a MINIMUM of 3 SENTENCES explaining why you gave him that grade for the assignment.  Feel free to use the information in the descriptions to help explain your answer. 

 
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 Part II: The Whisky Rebellion


 2. 
Download a copy of the George Washington's Report Card.  Open the file in Microsoft Word.
 

1.  The next assignment you will see on the George Washington's Report Card is known as the Whisky Rebellion.  Take a few moments to learn about the Whisky Rebellion by exploring the resources below:

      Boxes 14-19 of George Washington As President Materials   

     

       George Washington: Forging a Nation Whisky Rebellion Scene 
 
2.  Use the information you learned from the resources above to complete the "description box" for the Whisky Rebellion assignment by filling in the blanks with the correct terms.  You can type on each line by
     clicking on the text box and replacing the "type here" text with the correct term to complete the description. 

3.  In the next box, take a moment to reflect on or think about how George Washington handled The Whisky Rebellion.  Ask yourself if you think he did a good job or a poor job in dealing with the Whisky Rebellion
     or did he do a poor job.  You may want to reread the completed description or explore additional resources to help you.  Once you have decided, give George Washington a grade for the Whisky Rebellion (#/10
     points) in the grade column.  The grade should reflect on your evaluation of the decisions Washington made during the Whisky Rebellion.  For example, if he did an outstanding job you may wish to give him a
     10/10.  If he did a poor job a lower score should be place in the box.

4.  Finally, you must complete the "comments" box for the Whisky Rebellion.  Think about the reasons why you assigned George Washington the grade you chose for the Whisky Rebellion.  In the
    comments box, write a MINIMUM of 3 SENTENCES explaining why you gave him that grade for the assignment.  Feel free to use the information in the descriptions to help explain your answer. 

5.  Check and save your work.  Move on to the next assignment below.


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 Part III: George Washington's Neutrality Proclamation

1.  The next assignment you will see on the George Washington's Report Card is known as the Neutrality Proclamation.  Take a few moments to learn about the Neutrality Proclamation by exploring the resources
     below:

     Boxes 20-26 of George Washington As President Materials   

    

      George Washington: Forging a Nation Neutrality Proclamation Scene 


2.  Use the information you learned from the resources above to complete the "description box" for the Neutrality Proclamation assignment by filling in the blanks with the correct terms.  You can type on each line
     by clicking on the text box and replacing the "type here" text with the correct term to complete the description. 

3.  In the next box, take a moment to reflect on or think about how George Washington handled The Neutrality Proclamation.  Ask yourself if you think he did a good job or a poor job in dealing with the Neutrality
     Proclamation or did he do a poor job.  You may want to reread the completed description or explore additional resources to help you.  Once you have decided, give George Washington a grade for the Neutrality
     Proclamation (#/10 points) in the grade column.  The grade should reflect on your evaluation of the decisions Washington made during the Neutrality Proclamation.  For example, if he did an outstanding job
     you may wish to give him a 10/10.  If he did a poor job a lower score should be place in the box.

4.  Finally, you must complete the "comments" box for the Neutrality Proclamation.  Think about the reasons why you assigned George Washington the grade you chose for the Neutrality Proclamation.  In the
    comments box, write a MINIMUM of 3 SENTENCES explaining why you gave him that grade for the assignment.  Feel free to use the information in the descriptions to help explain your answer. 

5.  Check and save your work.  Move on to the next assignment below.


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 Part IV: The Jay Treaty

1.  The next assignment you will see on the George Washington's Report Card is known as the Neutrality Proclamation.  Take a few moments to learn about the Jay Treaty by exploring the resources
     below:

     Boxes 27-35 of George Washington As President Materials   

2.  Use the information you learned from the resources above to complete the "description box" for the The Jay Treaty assignment by filling in the blanks with the correct terms.  You can type on each line
     by clicking on the text box and replacing the "type here" text with the correct term to complete the description. 

3.  In the next box, take a moment to reflect on or think about how George Washington handled The Jay Treaty.  Ask yourself if you think he did a good job or a poor job in dealing with The Jay Treaty or did he
     do a poor job.  You may want to reread the completed description or explore additional resources to help you.  Once you have decided, give George Washington a grade for The Jay Treaty (#/10 points) in
     the grade column.  The grade should reflect on your evaluation of the decisions Washington made during the The Jay Treaty.  For example, if he did an outstanding job
     you may wish to give him a 10/10.  If he did a poor job a lower score should be place in the box.

4.  Finally, you must complete the "comments" box for the The Jay Treaty.  Think about the reasons why you assigned George Washington the grade you chose for the The Jay Treaty.  In the
    comments box, write a MINIMUM of 3 SENTENCES explaining why you gave him that grade for the assignment.  Feel free to use the information in the descriptions to help explain your answer. 

5.  Check and save your work.  Move on to the next assignment below.

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Part V: Washington's Farewell Address

1.  The next assignment you will see on the George Washington's Report Card is known as the Neutrality Proclamation.  Take a few moments to learn about the Washington's Farewell Address by exploring the
    resources below:

      Boxes 36-44 of George Washington As President Materials   

2.  Use the information you learned from the resources above to complete the "description box" for the The Washington's Farewell Address assignment by filling in the blanks with the correct terms.  You can type
     on each line by clicking on the text box and replacing the "type here" text with the correct term to complete the description. 

3.  In the next box, take a moment to reflect on or think about how George Washington handled The Washington's Farewell Address.  Ask yourself if you think he did a good job or a poor job in dealing with his
     Farewell Address or did he do a poor job.  You may want to reread the completed description or explore additional resources to help you.  Once you have decided, give George Washington a grade for the
     Washington's Farewell Address (#/10 points) in the grade column.  The grade should reflect on your evaluation of the decisions Washington made during the The Washington's Farewell Address.  For example,
     if he did an outstanding job you may wish to give him a 10/10.  If he did a poor job a lower score should be place in the box.

4.  Finally, you must complete the "comments" box for the The Washington's Farewell Address  Think about the reasons why you assigned George Washington the grade you chose for the Washington's Farewell
     Address.  In the comments box, write a MINIMUM of 3 SENTENCES explaining why you gave him that grade for the assignment.  Feel free to use the information in the descriptions to help explain your answer. 

5.  Check and save your work.  UPLOAD YOUR George Washington's Report Card TO YOUR LIVEBINDER MEDIA BOX.  Move on to the next assignment below.

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Part VI: Assigning George Washington A Final Grade

1.  Take a few moments to explore boxes 45-50 in the George Washington As President Materials to learn about how George Washington died.

2.  Add up all of the points on the George Washington's Report Card to assign George Washington his final grade out of 70 total points. 

     The grading scale for George Washington's presidency is as follows:

      63 - 70 A

      56 - 62 B

      49 - 55 C

      42 - 48 D

      41 - Below F


3.  Finally, in your LiveBinder textbox, use your comments and assignment descriptions to compose a well written paragraph (5-7 sentences) explaining why you assigned George Washington his grade for his
     presidency.  Be sure to write in complete sentences and to use the information on the George Washington's Report Card to support the grade. 


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Blue Activity:

Assignments to Complete:

 Part I: Grading The Presidency of George Washington

 
1.  It is the end of the term and it is time to give George Washington a grade for his presidency!  How successful George Washington was as our first president will be up to you and your grading.  Follow the
      directions below to complete your evaluation of George Washington time in office.  Some of the material in this lesson will be review from previous lessons.  Other parts of this lesson will be new information. 
      Be sure to use all of the resources provided to complete the activity.  Some of this activity will be done in your LiveBinder textbox while other portions will be completed in a word document titled
      "George Washington's Report Card."  You will be uploading the George Washington's Report Card to your LiveBinder when it is completed.

 
2.  Download a copy of the George Washington's Report Card.  Open the file in Microsoft Word.

 
3.  Take a few moments to look over the George Washington's Report Card.  You will be completing the majority of your work in this file.  Follow the directions on the George Washington's Report Card as well as
      the directions on this webpage.  Use the resources provided to complete the activity correctly.  Please do NOT attempt to take short cuts.  You must complete the assignment correctly to accurately grade
      George Washington's presidency.  Be sure to save your work frequently as you go. 



 
4.  Next, begin working on George Washington's first three assignments.  These include: Cabinet Selection, Establishing Presidential Precedents, and Compromise and a New Capital.  If these topics sounds familiar
      they should.  We have already gone over each of these assignments.  Complete the "description box" for each assignment by dragging and dropping the correct terms from the word bank onto each blank
      line.

      **Be sure to use the following resources to review each of George Washington's Assignments below in order to complete the descriptions or check your answers:


      Cabinet Selection: Mount Vernon Cabinet Members webpage  |  watch the following historical drama  |  video

      Presidential Precedents:  Boxes 10-12 of George Washington As President Materials  |  passage about George Washington's precedents
     
      Compromise and a New Capital: Compromise and A New Capital Infographic #1  | Compromise and New Capital Infographic #2   |   Great website to look over   |   Read About a Famous Dinner Party    |

                                                         Read About The Compromise that Created Our Capital  |  watch the following video



5.  In the next box, take a moment to reflect on or think about how George Washington handled this "assignment."  Ask yourself if you think he did a good job or a poor job in dealing with these challenges.  You
     may want to reread the completed description to help you.  Once you have decided, give George Washington a grade for each assignment (#/10 points) in the grade column.  The grade should reflect on your
     evaluation of the decisions Washington made.  For example, if he did an outstanding job you may wish to give him a 10/10.  If he did a poor job a lower score should be place in the box.

6.  Finally, you must complete the "comments" box for each assignment.  Think about the reasons why you assigned George Washington the grade you chose for each assignment.  In the
    comments box, write a MINIMUM of 1 SENTENCES explaining why you gave him that grade for the assignment.  Feel free to use the information in the descriptions to help explain your answer. 

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 Part II: The Whisky Rebellion

1.  The next assignment you will see on the George Washington's Report Card is known as the Whisky Rebellion.  Take a few moments to learn about the Whisky Rebellion by exploring the resources below:

     George Washington: Forging a Nation Whisky Rebellion Scene  |  Boxes 14-19 of George Washington As President Materials   
 
2.  Use the information you learned from the resources above to complete the "description box" for the Whisky Rebellion by dragging and dropping the correct terms from the word bank onto each blank
      line.

3.  In the next box, take a moment to reflect on or think about how George Washington handled The Whisky Rebellion.  Ask yourself if you think he did a good job or a poor job in dealing with the Whisky Rebellion
     or did he do a poor job.  You may want to reread the completed description or explore additional resources to help you.  Once you have decided, give George Washington a grade for the Whisky Rebellion (#/10
     points) in the grade column.  The grade should reflect on your evaluation of the decisions Washington made during the Whisky Rebellion.  For example, if he did an outstanding job you may wish to give him a
     10/10.  If he did a poor job a lower score should be place in the box.

4.  Finally, you must complete the "comments" box for the Whisky Rebellion.  Think about the reasons why you assigned George Washington the grade you chose for the Whisky Rebellion.  In the
    comments box, write a MINIMUM of 1 SENTENCES explaining why you gave him that grade for the assignment.  Feel free to use the information in the descriptions to help explain your answer. 

5.  Check and save your work.  Move on to the next assignment below.

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 Part III: George Washington's Neutrality Proclamation

1.  The next assignment you will see on the George Washington's Report Card is known as the Neutrality Proclamation.  Take a few moments to learn about the Neutrality Proclamation by exploring the resources
     below:

     George Washington: Forging a Nation Neutrality Proclamation Scene  |  Boxes 20-26 of George Washington As President Materials   

2.  Use the information you learned from the resources above to complete the "description box" for the Neutrality Proclamation by dragging and dropping the correct terms from the word bank onto each blank
     line.

3.  In the next box, take a moment to reflect on or think about how George Washington handled The Neutrality Proclamation.  Ask yourself if you think he did a good job or a poor job in dealing with the Neutrality
     Proclamation or did he do a poor job.  You may want to reread the completed description or explore additional resources to help you.  Once you have decided, give George Washington a grade for the Neutrality
     Proclamation (#/10 points) in the grade column.  The grade should reflect on your evaluation of the decisions Washington made during the Neutrality Proclamation.  For example, if he did an outstanding job
     you may wish to give him a 10/10.  If he did a poor job a lower score should be place in the box.

4.  Finally, you must complete the "comments" box for the Neutrality Proclamation.  Think about the reasons why you assigned George Washington the grade you chose for the Neutrality Proclamation.  In the
    comments box, write a MINIMUM of 1 SENTENCES explaining why you gave him that grade for the assignment.  Feel free to use the information in the descriptions to help explain your answer. 

5.  Check and save your work.  Move on to the next assignment below.

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 Part IV: The Jay Treaty

1.  The next assignment you will see on the George Washington's Report Card is known as the Neutrality Proclamation.  Take a few moments to learn about the Jay Treaty by exploring the resources
     below:

     George Washington: Forging a Nation Neutrality Proclamation Scene
  |  Boxes 27-35 of George Washington As President Materials   

2.  Use the information you learned from the resources above to complete the "description box" for the Jay Treaty by dragging and dropping the correct terms from the word bank onto each blank
      line.

3.  In the next box, take a moment to reflect on or think about how George Washington handled The Jay Treaty.  Ask yourself if you think he did a good job or a poor job in dealing with The Jay Treaty or did he
     do a poor job.  You may want to reread the completed description or explore additional resources to help you.  Once you have decided, give George Washington a grade for The Jay Treaty (#/10 points) in
     the grade column.  The grade should reflect on your evaluation of the decisions Washington made during the The Jay Treaty.  For example, if he did an outstanding job
     you may wish to give him a 10/10.  If he did a poor job a lower score should be place in the box.

4.  Finally, you must complete the "comments" box for the The Jay Treaty.  Think about the reasons why you assigned George Washington the grade you chose for the The Jay Treaty.  In the
    comments box, write a MINIMUM of 1 SENTENCES explaining why you gave him that grade for the assignment.  Feel free to use the information in the descriptions to help explain your answer. 

5.  Check and save your work.  Move on to the next assignment below.

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Part V: Washington's Farewell Address

1.  The next assignment you will see on the George Washington's Report Card is known as the Neutrality Proclamation.  Take a few moments to learn about the Washington's Farewell Address by exploring the
    resources below:

     George Washington: Forging a Nation Washington's Farewell Address Scene  |  Boxes 36-44 of George Washington As President Materials   

2.  Use the information you learned from the resources above to complete the "description box" for the Washington's Farewell Address by dragging and dropping the correct terms from the word bank onto each
     blank line.

3.  In the next box, take a moment to reflect on or think about how George Washington handled The Washington's Farewell Address.  Ask yourself if you think he did a good job or a poor job in dealing with his
     Farewell Address or did he do a poor job.  You may want to reread the completed description or explore additional resources to help you.  Once you have decided, give George Washington a grade for the
     Washington's Farewell Address (#/10 points) in the grade column.  The grade should reflect on your evaluation of the decisions Washington made during the The Washington's Farewell Address.  For example,
     if he did an outstanding job you may wish to give him a 10/10.  If he did a poor job a lower score should be place in the box.

4.  Finally, you must complete the "comments" box for the The Washington's Farewell Address  Think about the reasons why you assigned George Washington the grade you chose for the Washington's Farewell
     Address.  In the comments box, write a MINIMUM of 1 SENTENCE explaining why you gave him that grade for the assignment.  Feel free to use the information in the descriptions to help explain your answer. 

5.  Check and save your work.  UPLOAD YOUR George Washington's Report Card TO YOUR LIVEBINDER MEDIA BOX. Move on to the next assignment below.

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Part VI: Assigning George Washington A Final Grade 

1.  Take a few moments to explore boxes 45-50 in the George Washington As President Materials to learn about how George Washington died.

2.  Add up all of the points on the George Washington's Report Card to assign George Washington his final grade out of 70 total points. 

     The grading scale for George Washington's presidency is as follows:

      63 - 70 A

      56 - 62 B

      49 - 55 C

      42 - 48 D

      41 - Below F


3.  Finally, in your LiveBinder textbox, use your comments and assignment descriptions to compose a well written paragraph (4-5 sentences) explaining why you assigned George Washington his grade for his
     presidency.  Be sure to write in complete sentences and to use the information on the George Washington's Report Card to support the grade.  

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