First Amendment Gallery Walk Activity- Freedom of speech, press, etc.

First Amendment Gallery Walk Activity- Freedom of speech, press, etc.
First Amendment Gallery Walk Activity- Freedom of speech, press, etc.
First Amendment Gallery Walk Activity- Freedom of speech, press, etc.
First Amendment Gallery Walk Activity- Freedom of speech, press, etc.
First Amendment Gallery Walk Activity- Freedom of speech, press, etc.
First Amendment Gallery Walk Activity- Freedom of speech, press, etc.
First Amendment Gallery Walk Activity- Freedom of speech, press, etc.
First Amendment Gallery Walk Activity- Freedom of speech, press, etc.
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10 Gallery Walk Scenarios
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This First Amendment Gallery Walk has students walk around the classroom reading scenarios while completing a corresponding worksheet. Each scenario is related to freedoms of the First Amendment. Gallery Walks are an awesome way to get students up and moving around the classroom, while completing curriculum-related tasks to help introduce new knowledge or reinforce existing knowledge. I love using gallery walks in my own classroom because they integrate movement into a lesson. Kinesthetic learners are highly engaged, and classroom management issues become minimal.
This is the perfect front–loading or formative activity which introduces or assesses their knowledge of the First Amendment.
Be sure to check out my First Amendment Bundle which includes 18 fun activities.

Make copies of the gallery walk student fill in chart.
Print all 10 Scenarios (color if possible) from pages 4-13.
Explain your expectations for the gallery walk and worksheet.
Divide students as evenly as possible amongst the 10 Scenarios
You can set a timer for each scenario or you can allow students to work at their own pace.
Students will answer if a right has been violated, which freedom is in question and explain their answer.
Review correct answers as a class or with a partner

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18 pages
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