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Bill of Rights Projects, Amendment Descriptions, Vocabulary
United States Bill of Rights Writing and Research Projects! Nine no-prep writing projects that cover several genres including a major speech on Freedom of Speech, a storybook of the Amendments, a freedom of religion mini-book and much more. The projects provide a great assessment to the student's

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Bill of Rights Project
Students translate all 10 Amendments in the Bill of Rights into their own words and choose 4 of the Amendments in addition to the First Amendment to create a mixed-media collage.
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Constitution and Bill of Rights Project: Create a Board Game
This resource is a really fun and creative way for students to show off what they learned about the United States Constitution and Bill of Rights. Students will create the rules and directions for the game, create the required pieces, and create a colorful and detailed board game.The Resource Inclu
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Bill of Rights Project
This is a Bill of Right's Children's Book PBL Project where your students can create a children's book on the Bill of Rights. My students created their projects and we sent them to the local elementary school. The elementary students read the books and answered the questions in the back of the proje
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The Bill of Rights: A Project Based Learning Activity
This Social Studies project allows students to explore the true meaning of the Bill of Rights and to visualize how they affect our everyday lives.
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Bill of Rights Project: Create an Informational Booklet
Your students have been hired to create an informational booklet for kids to read in order to become informed citizens of the United States. The booklet that your students create will show their superior understanding of the Bill of Rights. They will elaborate on facts, express their opinions base
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Bill of Rights Project - great for anytime of the year!
Included is an outline of a Bill of Rights project. Students choose an amendment and a corresponding Supreme Court case to present to the class. I included a quick reference guide to research with suggestions for students and a project/course evaluation as well. I use this every year and the kids re
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Bill of Rights Project
Beginning of the Directions: create a book showing the Bill of Rights in action in the United States. Includes Rubric for grading.
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Bill of Rights Project
Students are placed in groups and assigned a Bill of Rights Amendment. Each student finds a news article or Supreme Court case related to their amendment. In their group they share their article or case and select one to base a skit off of. Groups perform their skit and the rest of the class trie
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Bill of Rights Project worksheet - Gifted & Academic Versions
Academic Version - 5 choices of various projects to complete Gifted Version - kids create books comparing life with the first ten amendments to the constitution versus life without them
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Illustrate the Bill of Rights - Project - Rubric
This project asks students to show their understanding of the Bill of Rights through illustrations AND to use their knowledge of America in the past and America today to predict amendments added after the Bill of Rights. Includes rough draft graphic organizers, assignment explanation, and rubric.
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Bill of Rights Project
This is a project over the American Bill of Rights. It assesses student knowledge of the Bill of Rights.
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What if there were No Bill of Rights? - Project
This is a great assignment for students to really understand the importance of the Bill of Rights and who life would be different if they didn't exist. Student will look at life as if the Bill of Right had never been written and how life today would or could be different.
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Bill of Rights Project
Includes: Directions, Rubric, and Student Example! I use this project to assess my students knowledge of the Bill of Rights from our U.S Constitution. It includes directions, standards, a rubric, and a student example of a finished product. I've included a student example of a finished product to
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Government Bill of Right Project
This project introduces students to the BIll of Rights and helps them to research an amendment in greater detail. It is a project rubric. This would be a great project for Middle School or High School students studying Government or History.
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Students Bill of Rights Project
Our students are learning to express themselves, so why not let them! With the Student Bill of Rights Project, we can allow them to choose 10 different rules or laws that they believe should be changed and adapt them to fit their needs or opinions through a higher level thinking exercise. My student
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Bill of Rights Project
Great for students studying the Bill of Rights - can be used as an assessment. Individual or group. 2 options offered - creating a book or using technology to create a presentation. CCSS aligned.
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Bill of Rights Project
This is a Project that demonstrates the importance of the Bill of Rights while taking a roundabout way to teach what rights are protected under the Bill of Rights.
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Bill of Rights Project-Mobile
This project is designed to teach the Bill of Rights in an authentic and relatable way. It includes the guidelines a dynamic rubric that can be used or modified to fit grades 5th and up- the project also includes easy modifications for older students and a rough draft template. Students will design
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Project: The Bill of Rights
No thematic unit on the Constitution is complete without a discussion of the Bill of Rights.This project utilizes PowerPoint to present each amendment in the Bill of Rights in student-friendly terms. After explaining both the structure and the purposes of the Bill of Rights, the presentation leads
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US Constitution Bill of Rights Student-Created Gallery Walk Activity UPDATED
This student-centered activity has students examine the first 10 amendments of the Constitution a.k.a. the Bill of Rights. Students work in partners or small groups to create a gallery display for one of the 10 amendments from the Bill of Rights. Students get up and moving to go on a gallery wa

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FIRST TEN AMENDMENTS BILL OF RIGHTS
FIRST TEN AMENDMENTS BILL OF RIGHTS Get your students excited about the first ten amendments of the Constitution as they read situations they can relate to. This packet includes a chart of the first ten amendments and worksheets that ask them to decide which situations apply to the amendments using
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Bill of Rights Common Core Unit
Bill of Rights Activities Common Core Aligned The following activities can be used with 4th – 8th grades to accompany your lessons about the Bill of Rights. There are a multitude of YouTube videos, PowerPoints, and internet sites that do a fabulous job of teaching and reviewing the inform
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Analyze the Bill of Rights and Other Amendments Critical Thinking Assignment
Are you looking for a way to introduce a discussion about the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights into your planning? Looking for a way to teach "Constitution Day" in your Social Studies curriculum? This assignment will do the trick. Students are introduced to some basic facts about the Bill
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