American Constitution Unit & Federalist Paper No.10 Bundle


Enhance your class with our American History lessons with our Constitution and Federalist Paper No. 10 bundle – including a PowerPoint, Google Slides, student questions, primary source activity for students!

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This Constitution and Federalist Paper No. 10 bundle is the perfect teaching tool for American history and government teachers! This comprehensive and relevant bundle includes a PowerPoint and Google Slides presentation, questions for students, and a primary source activity that can be completed in class or as homework.

This comprehensive teaching resource explores the failure of the Articles of Confederation, the creation and ratification of the American Constitution plus the debates and compromises that accompanied this epoch period in American history. It includes the text from James Madison’s Federalist Paper No. 10 with comprehension and critical thinking questions. Additionally, the primary source activity helps your students gain a deeper understanding of the Federalist point of view during the ratification period.

With our Constitution and Federalist Paper No.10 bundle, you’ll have everything you need to teach your students about this important document in American history. Buy now and give your students a better understanding of the creation and ratification of the Constitution!

This bundle includes the following resources:

American Constitution

1. American Constitution

Students will learn about the creation, debates, and ratification of the American Constitution. This resource includes a PowerPoint, Google Slides, primary sources, and student questions.



Federalist Paper Number 10

2. Federalist Paper Number 10 Primary Resource Activity

Students will read Federalist Paper Number 10 by James Madison. The teacher can assign the full text or an abridged version, then answer some comprehension and critical thinking questions.


How to use this bundle (two suggestions):

  1. Present the PowerPoint (or Google Slides) in one class. While presenting, keep the students active by turning the presentation into a discussion. Then, give the primary source activity as homework. If you have time in class (or need a filler activity), you can start reading the text together.
  2. Turn this into a two class lesson. In class one, present the PowerPoint (or Google Slides) to the class. Then do the go over the primary source homework in the second class.

Also consider giving the students a copy of the American Constitution. If you would like a reference sheet, check out this American Constitution Handout.

Good luck and let us know how it goes!

Additional information

Grade Level

8th, 9th, 10th

Resource Types

Primary Source Activities, DBQs, PowerPoints, Google Slides


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