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First Ten Amendments - Comic Version
If you draw each number to the first ten amendments, you can create a mnemonic device -- such as the first amendment is a pencil (number 1) writing on a SCRAP of paper (Speech, Complain, Religion, Assembly, Press) ... draw a 2 to look like a swan holding a rifle - the right to bare arms. I created
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Learn the Amendments Bill of Rights Finger Tricks
This PowerPoint is what I used to create the (somewhat) popular YouTube video you can see here (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=82DnWqNKqiI). Several teachers have asked for the PowerPoint so they can discuss the slides more slowly with their students. The file comes with notes on each slide, explain
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Bill of Rights: 5th Amendment Freedoms
5th Amendment Freedoms This resource provides an easy mnemonic device to help your students remember all five parts of the 5th Amendment, along with descriptions of each right. This product can be printed and used as posters to hang in your classroom, handouts for students, notes for a mini-lesson,
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Bill of Rights Mnemonic Device Flipbook
Bill of Rights Mnemonic Device Flipbook Do you need a tool to help students memorize the Bill of Rights? This product includes printables, videos, and teacher notes about each of the first ten amendments to the Constitution. Research shows that using a mnemonic device is a great way to help your
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THE BILL OF RIGHTS
Clever and exceptionally creative memory technique (mnemonics) for learning the Bill of Rights. I am so excited to share these useful ideas to help children succeed in learning the first ten Amendments to the Constitution. This method has been very effective with my students who have difficulty mem
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Mnemonics & Acronyms for Early American History
Help your students RECALL the information by using MNEMONICS & ACRONYMS in Early American History (Colonization to Reconstruction). These memory aids follow the standards from the state of Texas (TEKS) in order to help the students for the STAAR exam but they are generic to follow ANY state sta
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U.S. History Songs #11 MP3 by Larry Troxel/Audio Memory
U.S. History Songs #11 MP3 by Larry Troxel/Audio Memory from the History Songs CD Kit. Lyrics: 1971 - a new law had begun The 26th amendment said that 18-year-olds could vote (vote - cast their vote). 1973 - a Year of Jubilee Our USA troops in Vietnam would all come home real soon (soon - b
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Bill of Rights With Hand Motions
A fun, easy and efficient way to teach your students the Bill of Rights and it's key points in one class period. The Bill of Rights With Hand Motions includes the amendment, a summary of the amendment, instructions for the hand motions, what to say with each motion, and the pièce de résistance, vivi
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