What's the best way to get a teenager interested in learning about the Supreme Court? Put 'em on the docket!
This project looks at 10 United States Supreme Court cases that have every teenager's favorite topic: other teenagers. It is a highly motivating topic and gives you the opportunity to hav
Standards for the new Common Core include writing within disciplines. In order to address writing on a weekly basis without relying on a large project or lesson, instead include short writing samples on current events. This is perfect for the social studies classroom, especially those geared towar
BILL OF RIGHTS PRESENTATION RUBRIC
Each of the documents contains instructions and a rubric for doing a presentation on one of the Amendments to the Constitution of the U.S. I’ve included a form for the following amendments (but I also included my template in WORD for easy editing or adding other
With this project, your students will select from some of the world's most prolific and well-known serial killers, and will immerse themselves in the world of forensic behavioral analysis and research. Students are asked to complete a research paper and PowerPoint, and are provided a detailed outli