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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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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 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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"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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Declaration of Independence Break Up Letter
Free break up letter text and how I use it to trick my class and engage them in the Declaration of Independence. A letter is found on the floor written by hand. The teacher reads it to the class without naming names. The next day it is revealed that this is actually a letter from the American Col
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French and Indian War Skit
A fun and interactive skit to engage students to take on the persona's of different historical figures. This skit is suited for high school U.S. history students. It is also a way to get all students actively involved in U.S. History related activities. It is a short simulation to introduce or revie
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Red Skelton's Pledge of Allegiance
Comedian Red Skelton once explained The Pledge of Allegiance to his audience. The studio’s orchestra provided a slow, quiet background to his words. A recitation of Mr. Skelton’s words is to be presented while the school band plays the (elementary to young middle school) musical backdrop at a sl
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Grammar Mock Trial-  People vs Noun
Noun is on trial for the crime of impersonating other grammar characters (Syntax, Gerund, and Appositive). The defendant’s fingerprints were all over the clothes of each witness. He claims that without him, there is no language. The evidence shows that he must be sentenced.
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