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This Supreme Court simulation will bring the highest court to life for your students! The resource features an engaging simulation on the student speech case, Morse v. Frederick, where students will analyze case facts, past precedents, and key arguments to determine how they would rule if they sat on the Court. Students will also get the chance to vote and write majority and dissenting opinions. The product includes a thorough student packet, a power point to guide the class through the simulation, an opinions sheet template, and teacher directions. This resource is great for AP® or General U.S. Government classes and will be a perfect addition to any Judicial Branch unit!
Included in the Resource:
- Power point to guide students through the simulation (Includes directions, video case overview, and rulings of the court)
- Student handout (Word and PDF)- Includes all case facts, case analysis and precedents, discussion questions, and directions.
- Opinions Sheet (Template to aid students in their writing of majority and dissenting opinions)
- Teacher Directions and TOU
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