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Marbury v Madison Reader's Theater
Learning about a major landmark Supreme Court case has never been more engaging! The Marbury v Madison Reader's Theater is a perfect addition to the Civics curriculum in middle school or high school. Included in this resource: 1. 3 page script for 5-6 students (estimated time: 4-6 minutes) 2. 5 dis
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Reader's theater scripts: The Three Bears vs. Goldilocks + 2 more
Need a fun, fast way to make judicial proceedings come alive? Want students to be motivated to do cross curricular writing? Try this set of three scripts based on familiar childhood fairy tales that teach about the judicial system. The Three Bears vs. Goldilocks reader's theater script is written
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Declaration of Independence Reader's Theater FREEBIE
In this short play, students will learn about the history of the writing of the Declaration of Independence. The Declaration of Independence Reader's Theater is a perfect addition to the Civics or U.S. History curriculum in middle school or high school. Included in this resource: 1. 3 page script f
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Courtroom Mock Trial Reader's Theatre
Teaching 5th and 6th Grade students about the judicial system can be engaging when every child has a role to play in a mock trial. “The Trial of Dayan” drama script allows students to participate in various courtroom roles as a character is brought to the criminal justice system in a trial, and the
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FREE Debate Outline Handout
A debate outline handout for any English or History class, covering how to write and give a debate speech.
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Mock Trial:  People vs. Woodstock
I searched and searched for a good Mock Trial to use with my govt. students. After not finding what I wanted, I created my own. This document contains everything you need. It includes all witness statements, handouts, info on presenting the different aspects of the trial. The project takes about
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Tinker v Des Moines Reader's Theater
Learning about a major landmark Supreme Court case has never been more engaging! The Tinker v Des Moines Reader's Theater is a perfect addition to the Civics curriculum in middle school or high school. Included in this resource: 1. 3 page script for 6-7 students (estimated time: 4-6 minutes) 2. 5 d
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Civics bundle for secondary students
Save time and 30% of individual pricing ($10) with this Civics bundle for secondary students. It contains 19 reader’s theater scripts, lesson plans, 3 Power Points, rubrics, 31 piece bulletin board/writing prompt packet with instructions on how to use the resources within. Reader’s theater bring
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Rosa Parks Slide Show
This slide show on Rosa Parks can be used anywhere from 1st through 8th grade, depending on the amount of information the teacher wishes to utilize from the accompanying script. As a teacher, I know how hard it is to find a slide show that features great visuals without overwhelming students with
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Civil Rights Activitists Partner Plays for two readers
Five different partner plays recognizing the contributions of African American civil rights activities do double duty by sharing historical information with students while developing comprehension, fluency, and the joy of reading!Civil Rights activists make up a huge part of those we remember during
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Checks and Balances: Writing Template
The writing template is designed to help students write a 5 sentence paragraph explaining the system of Checks and Balances outlined in the United States Constitution.
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Civics bundle for elementary students
Save time and 50% of individual pricing ($15) with this Civics bundle for elementary students. It contains 11 reader’s theater scripts, lesson plans, 2 Power Points, rubrics, extension activities and instructions on how to use the resources within. Reader’s theater brings a here and now feel to
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Hazelwood v Kuhlmeier Reader's Theater
In this short play, students will learn about a major landmark Supreme Court case! The Hazelwood v Kuhlmeier Reader's Theater is a perfect addition to the Civics curriculum in middle school or high school. Included in this resource: 1. 4 page script for 9 students (estimated time: 7-10 minutes) 2.
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Federalism Paragraph Writing Template
The writing template is designed to help students write a 5 sentence paragraph explaining the system of Federalism outlined in the United States Constitution.
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Mock Trial Script
I use this mock trial in my classroom to teach the Bill of Rights and Due Process of Law. I have modified a previous version to cater to my school.
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Constitutional Convention Readers Theater
This is a good review readers theater or dramatic reading for students who recently learned about the Constitutional Convention. It talks about the three branches of government, the great compromise, the 3/5 compromise, and the need for a stronger central government following the Revolutionary War.
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SOME PRESIDENTS DISCUSS THE CONSTITUTION
Presidents George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, William Howard Taft, and John F Kennedy use a roundtable discussion to explain the Constitution to other children. Designed as an in-class reading for social studies, it could also be presented as a brief play for Parent-T
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Yertle The Turtle Mock Trial
Students will read the story 'Yertle the Turtle' and then participate in this mock trial for their Social Studies class. Each student will be provided with a part (can accommodate entire classes as many students will be assigned to the jury) and a script to read from. Practicing parts is recommended
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U.S. Constitution:Reader's Theater Script(James Madison"Father of Constitution")
Constitution Day is September 17th each year, except if the date falls on a Sunday. This play would be a great addition to your lessons about the U.S. Constitution and/or for Constitution Day! Part of my Ms. Bie Ografee series of plays, this Reader's Theater Script is on the "Father of the Constit

Also included in: Civics! Learn About Our Government: A Bundle of Resources!

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Readers' Theater: Athens_The Birthplace of Democracy
Bring the history of Ancient Greece alive with this lively play set in Athens!The play has enough roles for all the students in your class. Students will re-enact the ideas of ancient lawmaker Solon and the reactions of aristocrats, poor Athenians, slaves and the women of Athens. Who gets to take pa
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Teach the Bill of Rights through memorizing a paraphrased version
Memorizing the Bill of Rights through a rap allows students to be able to identify the amendment with its content. Students enjoy being able to recite the amendments with wording they understand. Coupled with the Bill of Rights Memory Game, students will have a clear concept of what each amendment i
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John Adams and the XYZ Affair Skit
This interactive skit is designed for high school U.S. History students and strives to reenforce the events of the XYZ Affair. This skit allows students to take on the roles of key historical figures such as John Adams and John Marshall.
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Andrew Jackson: Nullification and the "Tariff of Abominations"/Tariff of 1828
This interactive skit is designed for high school U.S. History students to better understand the events of Nullification and the 1828 Tariff of Abominations. The skit engages students to put themselves in the time period of the 19th century. Students can also take on the roles of key historical figu
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"Autocracy: It's the Bees Knees" Play
My students often struggle when I introduce government so I was looking for a fun and creative way to explain the concept of an oligarchy to them. I wrote "Oligarchy: It's the Bees Knees" as a play with that goal in mind. The definition of oligarchy and examples of citizen participation are brought
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