Each group should be an expert in their portion of Federalist 10. Their sectional flow maps of Federalist 10 will be put together with the other groups’ sections so the entire argument is mapped (alternatively, if students are able to, or if you have enough time, you may want each group mapping the entire Federalist 10 essay and comparing their results afterward). Taking the first paragraph as an introduction, the flow chart should start with the second paragraph, which defines “faction,” and branch out from there. It should end with the republican form of government as the solution to faction. Students should not read each paragraph in minute detail. They should keep in mind the key points of each passage and fit that into their flow map.
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