What a great way to get students interacting with the one of America's most important primary source documents!
1.This activity set includes a one page reading about the Bill of Rights with excerpts from the Bill of Rights (most difficult vocabulary is defined in the text).
2. In a "Do You Have the Right?" printable students apply what they have learned by reading real life examples to determine which amendment matches. The examples are modern and thought provoking! Students support their answers with evidence.
3. This activity set also includes a page printable political cartoon template for students to draw visual representations of the most important amendments.
This activity can be done individually or it can be easily broken up into paired work or groups. It fulfills Common Core Literacy and Writing standards.
Includes an answer key!
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Tony Pavlovich, Instructomania, Separation of Powers, Executive branch, legislative branch, judicial branch, the 3 branches of government, the bill of rights, amendments, The U.S. Constitution, The US Constitution, Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Press, Freedom of Religion, Right to Bare Arms