Being a Juror for Government and Civics Classes

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Room 311
Grade Levels
9th - 12th, Homeschool
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9 pages
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Room 311 created this resource as a way for you to engage your government or civics students in learning about what it means to be a juror. This assignment encourages debate and discussion among your students as they take on the role of jurors in well-known cases in history. This resource works best following a unit on the 4th-8th Amendments.


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