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Citizens Rights & Amendments Reading Activity BUNDLE (SS5CG1, SS5CG2, SS5CG3)

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    Your students will love learning about citizens' rights and amendments of the U.S. Constitution with this engaging, no prep reading activity! This is perfect for adding literacy to your social studies curriculum because it’s academically-aligned for ELA and for social studies. Plus, it’s so easy to use that you can even leave it for sub plans!  

    This BUNDLE includes FIVE Resources!

    All objectives and resources align with Georgia Standards of Excellence, but can supplement many state standards. 

    Resource 1: Rights & Responsibilities of Citizens (SS5CG1a)

    This resource includes five activity pages and their answer keys. The passage is written at a 5th grade reading level and is accompanied with eight multiple choice questions, one graphic organizer, one matching activity, one short, constructed response prompt, and one extended response prompt. 

    The objective of this activity is for students to be able to explain how a citizen’s rights are protected under theU.S.Constitution and explain the responsibilities of a citizen.

    Resource 1 Includes: 

    • Passage (leveled for 5th grade) over the rights and responsibilities of U.S. citizens

    • Multiple Choice Questions (x8)

    • Graphic Organizer (x1)

    • Writing Activity (x2)

    • Matching Activity (x1)

    • Answer Keys

    Resource 2: Due Process of the Law (SS5CG1b)

    This resource includes five activity pages and their answer keys. The passage is written at a 5th grade reading level and is accompanied with eight multiple choice questions, one graphic organizer, and one short response prompt, and one extended response prompt. All answer keys are included.

    The objective of this activity is for students to be able to explain the concept of due process.

    Resource 2 Includes: 

    • Passage (leveled for 5th grade) over The Bill of Rights and Due Process of the Law

    • Multiple Choice Questions (x8)

    • Graphic Organizer (x1)

    • Writing Activity (x2)

    • Answer Keys

    Resource 3 Process of Constitutional Amendments (SS5CG2a)

    This resource includes five activity pages and their answer keys. The passage is written at a 5th grade reading level and is accompanied with eight multiple choice questions, one graphic organizer, and one short response prompt, and one extended response prompt. All answer keys are included.

    The objective of this activity is for students to be able to explain the amendment PROCESS outlined in the Constitution.

    Resource Includes: 

    • Passage (leveled for 5th grade) over the process of Constitutional Amendments

    • Multiple Choice Questions (x8)

    • Graphic Organizer (x1)

    • Writing Activity (x2)

    • Answer Keys

    Resource 4: Purpose of Constitutional Amendments (SS5CG2b)

    This resource includes five activity pages and their answer keys. The passage is written at a 5th grade reading level and is accompanied with four multiple choice questions, one graphic organizer, and one extended response prompt. All answer keys are included.

    The objective of this activity is for students to be able to  describe the PURPOSE for the amendment process of The United States Constitution.

    Resource Includes: 

    • Passage (leveled for 5th grade) over the purpose of Constitutional Amendments

    • Multiple Choice Questions (x4)

    • Graphic Organizer (x1)

    • Writing Activity (x1)

    • Answer Keys

    Resource 5: Purpose of Constitutional Amendments (SS5CG3, SS5CG3a)

    This resource includes four activity pages and their answer keys. The passage is written at a 5th grade reading level and is accompanied with nine matching prompts, one graphic organizer, and one extended response question with a rubric.

    The objective of this activity is for students to be able to explain how voting rights are protected by the 15th, 19th, 23rd, 24th, and the 26th amendments.

    This objective and resources aligns with Georgia Standards of Excellence, but can supplement many state standards. 

    Resource Includes: 

    • Passage (leveled for 5th grade) over the 5 different amendments that protect citizen's right to vote

    • Graphic Organizer (x1)

    • Matching Activity (9 prompts)

    • Extended Response with rubric (x1)

    • Answer Keys

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    Write informative/explanatory texts to examine a topic and convey ideas and information clearly.
    Explain the relationships or interactions between two or more individuals, events, ideas, or concepts in a historical, scientific, or technical text based on specific information in the text.
    Determine two or more main ideas of a text and explain how they are supported by key details; summarize the text.
    Quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.

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