This is a great powerpoint with built in real-life samples and discussion questions for students to follow along with the 27 Amendments to the Constitution. This powerpoint engages the students and makes discussing the amendments a fun learning experience. The powerpoint is setup as a lecture/discussion on the many intricacies of how our Amendments work in the world today and are interpreted from the Supreme Court. Provides good acronyms for helping students remember- first amendment RAPPS (Religion, Assembly, Press, Petition, and Speech). Discussion question example: Should in god we trust be on our currency or is it a violation of freedom of religion. The Powerpoint is color coded and follows along with a free note sheet by the same seller. The note sheet allows for students follow along with the instructor but be engaged with in class discussions. Purchase other amendment projects by the same seller to better engage students with the amendments.