Your students will have the chance to argue 10 actual Supreme Court cases before a panel of three judges. The cases such as the 2005 Roper v. Simmons juvenile death penalty decision, address student speech, gay marriage, reverse discrimination, the right to bear arms, juvenile Miranda rights, the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act, and other important issues.
For each case, student attorneys write briefs and make oral arguments and the appellate judges listen and ask questions then write an opinion. The Teacher's Guide includes case materials, forms to help students prepare for their roles, assessment rubrics, and standards.
You can purchase the 10 cases individually for $7.50 each, in pairs for $12 and all of them for $49. The pairs are two cases with related constitutional issue.
You can find all 16 resources by typing "Moot Court" in the search bar. All resources are titled "Moot Court – Teaching Teenagers to Argue ... in court that is."