Students are asked to discuss and compare the Constitution with the Articles of Confederation after reading. Remember that 250-500 words that really get at how and why will be worth full points.

This week, we’re taking a look at how the US government coalesced into a functioning, organized body. 
What rights do we give citizens and how can we promise those? What happens if we miss one?
The US Constitution is what we call a living document and was intentionally left (in some ways) open to interpretation.
Our second main reading this week is the annotated US Constitution. Students are asked to discuss and compare the Constitution with the Articles of Confederation after reading. Remember that 250-500 words that really get at how and why will be worth full points. 
https://www.annenbergclassroom.org/constitution/ (Links to an external site.)