This activity is always a class favorite and it's a great way to get students processing the first 10 amendments of the U.S. Constitution. Students create a re-worded pop song, call-response song or nursery rhyme individually or in groups. Then, students practice and perform the song in groups for the class!
The activity is always so much fun and easy to grade! For the past several years I have allowed students to perform a rap battle between groups. Students absolutely love this day!
Here's what's included:
⭐A teacher instructions page with pre-done examples for teachers to model for students.
⭐A student requirements page.
⭐Two rubric choices, one based on Common Core Speaking and Listening Standards and another on song requirements and participation.
⭐An Emmy Award for the winning group.
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⭐ Bill of Rights Playlist Fun Activity
⭐ Bill of Rights Do You Have the Right? Analysis Activity
Tony Pavlovich, Instructomania, The First Amendment, Freedom of speech, freedom of press, freedom of religion