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Bill of Rights Interactive Notebook, Activities for Every Amendment!
This resource includes one page for each of the first ten Amendments to the Bill of Rights, with a clear explanation of the bill and several critical thinking follow-up activities. I've also included a handout with Amendments 11-27 and a "Bill of Rights" vocabulary list. This is an excellent way to

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Bill of Rights (All 10 Amendments) ~ Quick Pack
Help students understand the major purpose of the Bill of Rights as well as the rights of American citizens as stated in the Bill of Rights.REVISED!! 1/20/2017I have revised this product to better match the new standards recently issued in my state. Since many people had wish listed the original pro

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Voting Rights Amendments - 13th, 14th, 15th, 19th, 24th, & 26th
This lesson teaches how constitutional amendments as well as the Voting Rights Act of 1965 extended access to the political process to the majority of Americans left out throughout much of America's history. Students will get in in-depth look at the Civil War Amendments (13, 14, & 15) the 19th A
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Women's History: Alice Paul and the 19th Amendment PowerPoint
My students love this PowerPoint on the Women's Suffrage Movement. The following topics are covered: Early Suffrage Movement in the United States Seneca Falls Suffrage Movement in England Alice Paul Protests and Imprisonment of Suffragettes Women and WWI Passage of 19th Amendment The PowerPoint is
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Alice Paul and the 19th Amendment Worksheet: Great Reading
This worksheet allows students learn about the protests in front of the White House by Alice Paul and other suffragettes. I use this worksheet to give students a stronger understanding of politics and people behind the 19th Amendment. My students love this worksheet and many students want to learn m
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Reconstruction Amendments
This lesson plan includes a do-now, two activities, a brief video clip, and a closure activity all centered around the three Reconstruction amendments. Students will be exposed to the three amendments multiple times through multiple modalities to reach all students and reinforce the content. They
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1st Amendment Freedoms & 14th Due Process and Equal Protection - Civics SOL
1st Amendment Freedoms & 14th Due Process and Equal Protection - Civics SOL This lesson teaches students about the important protections of the 1st & 14th Amendments. Students will learn about the five basic freedoms of Amendment I – freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of the p
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Bill of Rights:  CREATING the first 10 amendments!
I am a sucker for giving kids options on how to present the material that is to be learned. When learning about the ratification of the Constitution and the addition of the Bill of Rights there is so much material that is covered that sometimes the first 10 amendments can lose class time. This pr
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First Amendment - Expression Lesson Plan and Simulation
This lesson plan introduces your students to the Expression Clause of the First Amendment. Your students will be laughing and hooked with the lesson opener which includes a clip from The Office. Additionally, there is a Supreme Court Simulation in which your students can apply their knowledge that t
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2nd Amendment- Gun Control Agree/Disagree Activity
In light of recent events regarding gun control, my students find this to be an incredibly thought-provoking activity. Students will read twelve different opinions related to the 2nd amendment. They will then be forced to think about, and circle where they fall on the continuum of “strongly agree”
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Guns Legislation- 2nd Amendment: Can Gun Control laws reduce violence?- Project!
Guns Legislation Assignment Can Gun Control laws reduce violence? “A well-regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a Free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed…” - Second Amendment to the US Constitution (1791) Background: After 45 school s
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Amendment Process: U.S. & Virginia Constitutions - Civics S.O.L.
Constitutional Amendment Process - U.S. & Virginia - Civics SOL This is the third in our series for students taking the Virginia Civics SOL State Exam. While this was designed for students taking this exam, this lesson will work for any students taking Civics, US Government or US History classe
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1st Amendment Student Rights Articles and Graphic Organizer/Questions
In this stations activity, students read six articles related to students and their first amendment rights. Students find the articles to be engaging and controversial, which results in lots of good conversation related to the first amendment. Topics discussed include the wearing of the confederat
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4th Amendment Current Events Articles Assignment
In this assignment, students read two current events articles related directly to the 4th amendment. One case questions whether cellphone evidence (text messages read indicating a murder took place) should be allowed in court, if it was obtained prior to a warrant. Another deals with police taking
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The First Amendment Unit
In today's world, it is highly important for students to gain knowledge of their rights as found in the First Amendment, and I believe you will find this government unit to be instrumental in teaching your students. I designed this unit with an emphasis on research, current events, and critical thin
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Prohibition and the 18th Amendment
This PowerPoint explains the temperance movement that caused 18th Amendment to be passed in America. The PowerPoint also explains the rise of organized crime in America during the 1920s and the repeal of the 18th Amendment in 1933. The lesson will take 30 to 50 minutes to cover and includes 30 slid
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Bill of Rights Amendments 1-10 Simple Hypothetical situations Worksheet
One page (2 sided) worksheet based on the Bill of Rights. After studying the Bill of Rights students will apply the amendments to real life, simple situations. Students will be required to list the amendment & the "catch phrase" that goes with the amendment. This lesson works greats as an ind
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The 19th Amendment - Women's Suffrage
This Warm Up/Review lesson for the 19th Amendment is based on images found on a 1995 first day cover (an envelope containing a commemorative stamp, appropriate postmark and artwork depicting the topic.) Students will first describe the feelings of the two people in the artwork, the woman who is voti
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5th Amendment True or False Activity, with Answer Key
In this activity, students work together to decide whether each scenario is "true" or "false." For example, one scenario might be: "The police can lie to you during an interrogation." Students then decide, based on what they know about the 5th Amendment, whether or not this is true or false. Stud
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Student Journalism, The First Amendment, and Hazelwood
This zip file contains a variety of resources to be used in teaching student journalism classes about the First Amendment and how it applies to student-run, school newspapers. A powerpoint is included discussing the basics of the First Amendment. A powerpoint is included that explores how the Firs
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The 6th Amendment Unit
Room 311 has created an in-depth unit on the 6th Amendment for your government or civics class. This unit includes critical thinking, essay writing, group discussion, and role-play. The following are included: 1) notes on various 6th Amendment cases 2) 5 assignments with keys 3) 1 essay with a ru
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First Amendment Protections:  An Exercise with Differentiated Assessment Tasks
Engage your students from the beginning with this thought-provoking, critical thinking activity. You can begin your discussion with NSA surveillance of Angry Bird Apps and move your learners into the NPR recent debate on government spying and American First Amendment protections. This lesson is ac
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4th Amendment Agree/Disagree Activity
Privacy is an important topic in the modern day, especially in light of NSA scandals, modern technology, and recent debates over how far the government should go in infringing upon our privacy. In this activity, students will read eleven different opinions related to the 4th amendment. They will th
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Second Amendment Lesson Plan
This lesson plan introduces students to the Second Amendment. Additionally, it includes multi-media clips that push students to think deeply about the meaning of the Second Amendment. Finally, there is a debate built in at the end of the lesson.
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