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10 Gallery Walk Scenarios
“Create your own” directions
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.
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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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