Introduce students to the views of the federalists and anti-federalists and the purpose of the federalists papers. Students then read a portion of the federalists papers to understand their argument concerning the role of the federal government. Next, introduce students to why the Bill of Rights was added to the constitution. After students complete the introductory activities they go on a gallery walk of the Bill of Rights. Each of the first 10 Amendments is included as a station with key terms defined within the station. As students walk around the room they explain what rights each Amendment protects. Finally, students engage in a group discussion of what Amendment they think is the most important and why.