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Teach Democracy with Poetry
This lesson helps students understand the principles of democracy using Judith Viorst’s poem, “If I Were In Charge of the World” (included) and music from Tony Bennett, Big Time Rush and The Lion King. Students use the included template to create two poems. One from a "selfish" point of view and
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RNC and DNC Convention Speech Analysis - 2016
In this extended assignment, students will choose speeches from each of the conventions of 2016 in order to analyze their platforms and the rhetorical techniques used in public and persuasive speaking. This product includes daily grades, a quiz grade, and a test/project/presentation assignment. L
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Podcast Project
This is a four day project broken down by day. It is great for the end of the year when you are looking for continuous projects. My Pre-AP students responded well to the project, maturity is important when considering this project. Links to video and websites that are free use. I used this with my L
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Creating a New Government: UNIT (5 days & DBQ ESSAY)
What's included: Five lesson Plans aligned with CCSS and NYS standards for Social Studies Packet: Five days of material that is color coded per day and activity Four Do Now's Two Home Work Assignments One Exit Ticket DBQ Task DBQ Documents DBQ Essay Planning Page Sources ***This Unit is a simulatio
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Moot Court – Teaching Teenagers to Argue ... in court that is
Your students will have the chance to argue 10 actual Supreme Court cases before a panel of three judges. The cases such as the 2005 Roper v. Simmons juvenile death penalty decision, address student speech, gay marriage, reverse discrimination, the right to bear arms, juvenile Miranda rights, the co
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Moot Court – Teaching Teenagers to Argue ... in court that is
Roper v Simmons and JDB v North Carolina are two cases about how juveniles are treated in the criminal justice system. These are actual Supreme Court that your students will have the chance to argue before a panel of three judges. (See the Sample for a list and brief description of all 10 cases.) Th
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Moot Court – Teaching Teenagers to Argue ... in court that is
Maryland v King (DNA evidence) and Utah v Strieff (illegal police stop) are two cases about the 4th Amendment search and seizure. These are actual Supreme Court that your students will have the chance to argue before a panel of three judges. (See the Sample for a list and brief description of all 1
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Morse v Frederick (Student Free Speech ) and Trinity Lutheran Church v Comer (the Religion Clauses--Establishment and Free Exercise) are two cases about the 1st Amendment. These are actual Supreme Court that your students will have the chance to argue before a panel of three judges. (See the Sample
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Ricci v DeStefano (Equal Protection and discrimination) and Obergefell v Hodges (same-sex marriage and equal protections) are two cases about the 14th Amendment. These are actual Supreme Court that your students will have the chance to argue before a panel of three judges. (See the Sample for a lis
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NFIB v Sebelius (Constitutionality of the ACA aka Obamacare) and McCutcheon v FEC (campaign contribution limits) are two cases about the power of Congress. These are actual Supreme Court that your students will have the chance to argue before a panel of three judges. (See the Sample for a list and
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It's Constitutional – 17 Lessons to Celebrate Signing the Constitution
Seventeen lessons to make the Constitution come alive for your students, while also satisfying the legal mandate to study it on September 17. For example, students create poems, flow charts and drawings; have debates and discussions and create plays. Lessons include acting out the amendments, and
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