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"The Judicial Branch interprets the law." When I say this to my students for the first time, they all have the same blank look on their faces. My students always benefit from a simulation of what it means to "interpret a law." After completing this activity, they have a firm grasp on the importance
Students will love learning about the courts in this lesson and simulation. Students will learn how the Judicial Branch of the Government works, reflect on the process, use maps and images for deeper understanding, and engage in a fun simulation where they are members of their "school court!" As a
NEW April 2020- I have added a digital component to this pack! There is an interactive Google Slides activity included!This unit makes U.S. government more fun to teach and easier for students to understand. In this unit, students will learn about the different layers of government (federal, state
This Judicial Branch Bundle for AP® U.S. Government includes 7-8 days of resources, including warm-ups, lectures, student notes/graphic organizers, interactive activities, review games, and updated assessments for the 2019 revision! All lectures, notes, and assessments are editable (a few activities
Judicial Branch and Supreme CourtAim: What are the roles and responsibilities of the highest court of the Judicial Branch?Included in this resource:• Title page • Do Now: Student-centered critical thinking question - Have you ever had someone settle an argument for you? What did they do or say to s
45 minute simulation, expandable to much longer if desiredGreat for final review of the U.S. Constitution. Students have been hearing about it and examining charts about the government... now they get to "be" the three branches. They pass, sign, veto, and review just like the real government is sup
This Supreme Court Simulation is a perfect way to keep your students engaged in your secondary Civics and American Government class. "This was perfect! My kids really enjoyed this and it sparked some great discussion. They completely understand judicial review after this!" KelsieStudents will preten
Add some fun, cooperative learning, simulations, and depth to your study of the 3 Branches of Government with this bundle. The lessons are full of hands-on activities and projects to keep your students interested and engaged. Students will also reflect on our government, making comparisons, drawin
Help your students to better understand the judicial branch with this fun, yet educational reader's theatre script. Important vocabulary words are presented throughout the script and students are given the opportunity to decide the verdict! Thank you! Fabulous Fun in Fourth
Government is one of my favorite things to teach in my fifth grade class. This government simulation will walk students though the process of getting a law (or rule, in this case) approved.Included in TPT purchase:Legislative SimulationExecutive SimulationJudicial SimulationDid you know you can get
This CRISS based strategic activity provides students with a basic background or overview of the social perspective and case, questions to consider, as well as a great short activity; students classify arguments for and against abortion from a wide perspective of views. A great activity to activate
Supreme Court and Judicial BranchFOR GOOGLE DRIVE DISTANCE LEARNINGAim: What are the roles and responsibilities of the highest court of the Judicial Branch?Updated 112520 to include Associate Justice Amy Coney BarrettIncluded in this resource:• Title page • Do Now: Student-centered critical thinking
This Supreme Court simulation will bring the highest court to life for your students! The resource features an engaging simulation on the student speech case, Morse v. Frederick, where students will analyze case facts, past precedents, and key arguments to determine how they would rule if they sat o
In this activity students will rotate between five stations all centered on Constitutional Checks and Balances of the Legislative, Executive, and Judicial Branch. Students will complete the following at the 5 stations :+watch a video clip that recaps checks and balances with a video guide+create a v
This bundled Unit has all you will need to cover the Supreme Court, Judicial Branch and Article 3 of the U.S. Constitution. Unit includes 6 different products with lessons designed to address multiple learning styles and hands on activities that make students active learners. Make the Supreme Cou
Judicial Branch and Supreme Court BUNDLEHardcopy and Google Drive Resource Included Aim: What are the roles and responsibilities of the highest court of the Judicial Branch?Included in this resource:• Title page• Do Now: Student-centered critical thinking question - Have you ever had someone settle
Covers These Topics and Vocabulary:Structure, Roles, and Responsibilities of Supreme CourtPowers of the Supreme Court as stated in Article III of the U.S. ConstitutionJudicial Review and Marbury v MadisonTypes of Courts - Supreme, Appeal, TrialAppellate vs Original JurisdictionTypes of Court Cases:
Get your students engaged and excited about government and the judicial branch. Assess reading comprehension with the included nonfiction reading passage, interactive notebook elements, and primary source activity. Engage students with the interactive supreme court simulation! This packet includes o
This simulation is to think about how the founding fathers decided on the structure of our current government. It tricks students in to looking at who will be given power in their new country and how they will use it. It introduces them to the struggle between the states in the Constitutional Conv
Covers These Topics and Vocabulary: - Structure, Roles, and Responsibilities of Supreme Court- Powers of the Supreme Court as stated in Article III of the U.S. Constitution- Judicial Review and Marbury v Madison- Types of Courts - Supreme, Appeal, Trial- Appellate vs Original Jurisdiction- Types of
This bundle package includes 3 different methods of teaching about the Judicial Branch. Included you will find a Create a Court activity, Special Court Mock Trial Simulation, and a worksheet that has the students analyze Supreme Court Decisions. If you like this bundle, be sure to check out The Th
3 Branches of Government (Executive, Legislative, Judicial)Includes:Google Slides Presentation (with links to online simulations)3 Lesson Plans2 Exit Tickets
I created this activity for a 7th grade social studies class that focused primarily on civics. This related to a unit on the judicial branch before students engaged in a court simulation.
Teaching Government and keeping 4th-6th graders engaged can be a tough task. In this bundle, you will find notes, lessons, photo and painting analyses, simulations, activities, and projects to keep your students engaged and to make learning about our Government fun! Lessons and activities on the J

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