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CONSTITUTION BUNDLE: materials for teaching early America

CONSTITUTION BUNDLE: materials for teaching early America
CONSTITUTION BUNDLE: materials for teaching early America
CONSTITUTION BUNDLE: materials for teaching early America
CONSTITUTION BUNDLE: materials for teaching early America
CONSTITUTION BUNDLE: materials for teaching early America
CONSTITUTION BUNDLE: materials for teaching early America
CONSTITUTION BUNDLE: materials for teaching early America
CONSTITUTION BUNDLE: materials for teaching early America
Product Description
U.S. Constitution Bundle

INCLUDING:

Constitution Jeopardy : Constitution Jeopardy great to use for Constitution Day. Includes 25 questions and answers as well as a blank final jeopardy question.
When using as a Powerpoint, you can click on the dollar amount on the main and it will jump to the question. Once a question is answered, the dollar amount will fade in color.
Great for playing in class.

U.S. Citizenship Test : Citizenship Test with 30 questions from the old version of the United States citizenship test and answers. Two different versions of the test included. That is a total of 60 questions!
Use as a diagnostic, an assessment, or just for fun. Also included, printable stickers that say "citizen" or deported" --students of all ages get a huge kick out of these.
Extension suggestion: Have students take a blank copy of the test home to their parents/guardians and have students administer the test.

Supreme Court & Schools : Do Now, Six Scenarios, and followup questions.
Sample Scenario: You realize that it has been over ten years since the war in Afghanistan began and you think it is about time the troops come home. You point this out to a few of your friends and they agree. You and your friends decided to make little yellow ribbon pins to support the troops coming home. This little idea of yours has really taken off and most students in the school support your cause. News 12 New Jersey even covered the story! Now many students are taking about staging a walkout to support the troops. The principal hears about the walkout and she says that all students wearing yellow ribbon pins be asked to remove them or face suspension. Is this fair? More important, is it legal?

(all items are editable)

OTHER PRODUCTS FOR TEACHING EARLY AMERICA:
Three Branches of Government Bundle
Colonial Conference & How to Book
National Treasure Movie Guide
Colonial Biographies
Civil War and Reconstruction Jeopardy
Total Pages
40 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
N/A
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