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Foriegn Policy Role Play
This role play was created to teach students the different roles of key people in United States' foreign policy. It takes the real-life scenario of the United Nation's and the United States' current issue with Iran and nuclear power and turns it into a Foreign Policy role play. The students assume t
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Civil Rights Movement Research and Role Play Project RECENTLY UPDATED
In this inquiry-based project, students become figures from the Civil Rights Movement. Students research their figure and then embody that person at a culminating party. This project puts students literally in the lives of historical figures. Meet Rosa Parks, Maya Angelou, Thurgood Marshall and mo

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Australian Democracy - A Role-Play lesson In Democratic Values
  Democracy and civil rights can be a difficult subject for Australian students to understand, after all, it’s all most of them have known their whole lives. Help your students to develop an understanding of democracy and the values that underpin it by appointing one of their own as Ruler for the d

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Judicial Review Role Play
This role play looks at the background that led up to Marbury v. Madison (1803) as well as the decision made by Chief Justice John Marshall. This skit allows active involvement in the classroom as well as opportunities for higher-order thinking. This role play can be a single activity or an entire
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Constitutional Role Play
Room 311 has created a resource that allows your students to take on Constitutional questions through role play. Scenarios for the 1st, 4th, 5th, 6th, and 8th Amendments have been included. Each scenario allows for student discussion of how these amendments can be applied to their lives. Also includ
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Electoral College Role Play
This activity provides a role play that helps student understand why the Electoral College was created and how it functions. Included in the documents are the role play, and explanation of the process, and some presidential election examples with questions. There are answers provided to assist tea
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Can I Afford This Car? A Fiscal & Monetary Policy Role-Playing Lesson!
Thanks for checking out this resource covering Fiscal and Monetary Policy! This lesson is part of my larger Fiscal and Monetary Policy unit also for sale on TpT. This lesson helps students understand the very challenging concepts surrounding fiscal and monetary economic policy through a fun role-pl
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Oval Office Role Play Simulation: North Koreans Cross the DMZ
Students take staff roles in the White House to consider two pieces of legislation sent up from Congress (repeal of Obamacare and recognition of a Kurdish government) when they hear news that the North Koreans have crossed the 38th parallel in a military incursion. How will the President react? Ho
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Meet The Framers of the Constitution: Role Playing- Research Assignment
Meet The Framers of the Constitution: Role Playing- Research Assignment Background: Who were the men who attended the Constitutional Convention during the steaming summer of 1787? They were some of the most famous and important men in America. According to one historian, the delegates were the “wel
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Role-Playing Roundtable: The Bill of Rights
Room 311 has crafted a lesson for your government or civics class that will allow them to take on roles from the Constitutional Convention as they discuss the forming of the Bill of Rights. This resource includes the following: 1. a web quest with a key 2. teacher discussion questions 3. an essa
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Discontent in Upper Canada: Democracy and Oligarchy in the 1830's role play
This role play is a favourite I've used many times to have students understand how British North America's colonial government worked (or rather, didn't work). It emphasizes creative problem solving and historical perspective. Essentially, after explaining how the colonial system was structured (wit
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Sneetches Role Play
This fun and engaging role play, based off of Dr Seuss' classic story "The Sneetches", will help build community in your classroom. Whether you are looking to begin a discussion on bullying, prejudice, or even segregation and civil rights, this simulation is sure to get kids discussing and thinking
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Constitutional Role Play Powerpoint
This power point sets up an engaging constitutional role play for your students to complete in small groups and individually.
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The Compromise of 1850 Role Play
In this lesson, the students are paired with one student role playing a northerner and one a southerner hashing out the details of the Compromise of 1850. The lesson includes one series of information for the northern side, explaining four things that that student wants and the same for the souther
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Role-Playing Roundtable: The Declaration of Independence
Room 311 has crafted a lesson for your U.S. History class that will allow them to take on roles from the American Revolution as they discuss the signing of the Declaration of Independence. This resource includes the following: 1. Teacher notes and a student outline 2. teacher discussion questions
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Government Civics Role Play Mock Trial Pizza Murder
Revised 02/13/2018. Guidelines and instructions for a mock criminal trial, to aid in the learning of the workings of our American judicial system—a fun civics lesson. From this simple scenario, the teacher may assign roles to at least seven students, but up to 24, based upon the enclosed participant
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The Treaty of Paris Role Play (End of American Revolution)
In this lesson, your students will be paired with one playing a diplomat for America and one for England at the end of the Revolutionary War negotiating the terms of the Treaty of Paris. Each student will receive a separate worksheet for their side only detailing what they want. The students must
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Shutdown! a role play on the US Government Shutdown of 2013
In this highly engaging activity, students role play as major players in the US Government Shutdown. Role cards, directions, and discussion prompts are included. This is classroom ready and lots of fun!
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Progressive Era and Gilded Age Muckraker 4 Activities RECENTLY UPDATED
"Love this activity" - Buyer Student role play muckrakers with these three inquiry-based activities. Students read primary sources and make connections to modern-day investigative journalism. Have students choose one or all of the activities as part of your Progressive Era studies. Ready-to-use

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Interactive Play: Table-Top Town
Welcome to Table-Top Town! This interactive resource allows your students to build a fully customizable miniature town - complete with buildings, roads, signs, trees, and much more. Print, cut, and staple the color version for a ready-to-play set, or print the black line version and for a fun colo
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Courtroom Mock Trial Reader's Theatre
Teaching 5th and 6th Grade students about the judicial system can be engaging when every child has a role to play in a mock trial. “The Trial of Dayan” drama script allows students to participate in various courtroom roles as a character is brought to the criminal justice system in a trial, and the
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Constitutional Convention
How much power should the federal government have? That is the guiding question of this problem-solving and role play activity on the Constitutional Convention. This download includes: 1. A motivating "entrance ticket" activity (w/student "tickets" and signs for classroom) 2. Delegate power poin
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Political Parties Lecture and Cartoon Analysis (Civics)
This is an engaging and informative power point presentation about POLITICAL PARTIES. Students take notes on the creative Cloze/Cornell notes template. To check for comprehension students complete a political cartoon analysis activity about political parties. Topics include:• What are political par
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"YOU BE THE JUSTICE"- Student Supreme Court Simulation
Bring the Supreme Court and Constitutional Amendments to life by students role playing the Supreme Court justices and deciding on real-life Supreme Court cases. Students read the case, discuss in groups and write their opinion on the case on how the court should vote. After students give their d
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