Supreme Court & Schools - Great for teaching the Judicial Branch!
Do Now, Six Scenarios, and followup questions.
Sample Scenario: You realize that it has been over ten years since the war in Afghanistan began and you think it is about time the troops come home. You point this out to a few of
This download includes the following printable worksheets:
Page 1 - Provides a look at what the three branches of government look like and who is in each branch.
Page 2 - The student cuts and paste each word below the branch they preserve.
Page 3&4 - The student creates 3 flip cards to demonstra
This activity includes six primary documents worksheets on the Holocaust. The websites used are from a great primary source site, the Eye Witness to History site. http://www.eyewitnesstohistory.com/index.html
The following topics are covered in the primary document readings:
Gives scenarios relating to amendments 4-8 and asks if the persons rights were violated.
Great for critical thinking and analysis.
Relates to amendments 4-8, Bill of Rights, Constitution, Rights of the Accused
This activity allows students to gain a more thorough understanding of the Bill of Rights. Students will be required to fill in the blanks for each amendment. The words selected for the students to fill in are all words which are extremely important to the meaning and interpretation of the Bill of R
This worksheet allows students to use a primary source document to learn about Reconstruction through the letter of a recently freed slave to his former master.
The primary source document is written by Jourdan Anderson and he is writing a very sarcastic letter back to his former master who wants J
Constitutional Amendments 11/27 Assessment Test Quiz - Students must fill in the blanks with information found in each amendment. Copy of Constitution would make it an open book assessment. Can also be used as a review or worksheet
This is a good way to work with historical sources while studying the ancient Romans. This document/activity has three pages.
Page one is a brief collection of secondary source material written by modern authors on the Roman legal system.
The second page is a verbatim primary source of authentic
This activity includes two internet based primary documents on John Brown and the raid on Harpers Ferry. The websites used are from a great primary source site, the Eye Witness to History site. http://www.eyewitnesstohistory.com/index.html
The following topics are covered in the primary document re