Bundle of 2 - Establishing the US Government - Amending the US Constitution

Bundle of 2 - Establishing the US Government - Amending the US Constitution
Bundle of 2 - Establishing the US Government - Amending the US Constitution
Bundle of 2 - Establishing the US Government - Amending the US Constitution
Bundle of 2 - Establishing the US Government - Amending the US Constitution
Bundle of 2 - Establishing the US Government - Amending the US Constitution
Bundle of 2 - Establishing the US Government - Amending the US Constitution
Bundle of 2 - Establishing the US Government - Amending the US Constitution
Bundle of 2 - Establishing the US Government - Amending the US Constitution
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This is a bundle of 2, highly animated, power point presentations on Establishing the US Government – Amending the US Constitution. Both presentations together number 55 slides. Each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change it to fit your individual needs.

The writers of the Constitution knew they needed to create a document that was flexible and that could be changed as the country grew. They built into the Constitution ways to amend the document while keeping the intent of the laws and freedoms of the citizens spelled out in the Constitution intact. These amendments can be achieved formally or informally.

The presentation includes information on the 4 formal and 5 informal ways to amend the constitution. It is an excellent to use as a stand-alone presentation or as a supplement to Lesson plans on the amendments to the Constitution.

Power point presentation #1 is entitled, Establishing the US Government - Amending the U.S. Constitution and contains 19 slides and covers the following:

Background
Amendments of the Constitution
What is an Amendment?
Formal Method 1
Formal Method 2
Formal Method 3
Formal Method 4
Diagram of Methods
Time Limits to Amend
Informal Amendments
Informal Method 1
Informal Method 2
Informal Method 3
Informal Method 4
Informal Method 5
End of Presentation

The writers of the Constitution knew they needed to create a document that was flexible and that could be changed as the country grew. They built into the Constitution ways to amend the document while keeping the intent of the laws and freedoms of the citizens spelled out in the Constitution intact. The Constitution was so well written that there have been only 17 amendments to the document since its ratification in 1789 (the Bill of Rights were included as part of the ratification process).

The presentation contains three sections: The Bill of Rights and what they really mean for citizens, the Civil War amendments and all the remaining amendments.

Power point presentation #1 is entitled, Establishing the US Government – The Amendments Simplified contains 36 slides and covers the following:

Background
Amendments to the Constitution
The Bill of Rights:
Amendments 1-10
Amendment 1
Amendment 2
Amendment 3
Amendment 4
Amendment 5
Amendment 6
Amendment 7
Amendment 8
Amendment 9
Amendment 10
Amendment 11
Amendment 12
The Civil War Amendments
Amendments: 13-15
Amendment 13
Amendment 14
Amendment 15
The Later Amendments:
Amendments 16-27
Amendment 16
Amendment 17
Amendment 18
Amendment 19
Amendment 20
Amendment 21
Amendment 22
Amendment 23
Amendment 24
Amendment 25
Amendment 26
Amendment 27
End of Presentation

This is one of many bundled power point presentations I offer in my store under the heading....Establishing the US Government.
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