This is a cut and paste foldable for a Social Studies interactive notebook. Students will cut out the correct action for each amendment and glue it under the correct number. Students can draw a picture to represent each amendment.
This is perfect for interactive notebooks! I just created it and used it in my class to introduce rules and laws with a mentor text. It worked out great!
I hope you find this useful in your classroom. :)
• Posters with definitions/ carteles con la definicion
• Rules and laws bubble map / mapa
This activity could be use in an interactive notebook or laminated to be used as a game.
Cards will need to be cut out and then students will match the definitions and examples as either a felony or a misdemeanor. A pocket template is included to be used in the notebook.
Answer key is included
Are you moving to a paperless classroom? Imagine a classroom that no longer has you spending time grading papers but instead- you are creating effective and engaging lessons! Google Classroom is the perfect solution! With this file you will be able to share assignments with your class through your G
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Today's High School students need to appreciate and understand much more relevant issues than what they may find in video games and movies like "Fast and Furious" and "Transporters." "Odor in the Court: Counterfeit Justice and How George Zimmerman Got Away With Murder" a
Card sort with examples and definitions for criminal and civil law. A justice balance template is included for students to glue the examples to in an accordion fashion. Each tab glues to the example above it and then can be folded every other one so that it fits in to the notebook.
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These Civics digital interactive notebook graphic organizers will help students organize information about civil law, criminal law, the history of the U.S. legal system and more on Google Drive! It's a great option for classrooms utilizing technology or off-campus e-learning.Why should you use a Goo
Full unit plan with interactive activities; assessments and evaluations (along with assessment tools for teachers); broken down into three part lesson and built for differentiated instruction. Integration of media component - how to create a news report - broken down into simple steps for students.V
This activity directs students to read the Bill of Rights, then write what the amendments mean in their own words, then draw a picture to represent the meaning of each amendment in the boxes provided.The file is designed to be stand alone notes or cut apart to fit into an interactive notebook. This
Full unit plan with interactive activities; assessments and evaluations (along with assessment tools for teachers); broken down into three part lesson and built for differentiated instruction.Integration of media component - how to create a news report - broken down into simple steps for students.Vi