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This resource is great for practicing The Bill of Rights in an interactive setting, studying US Government, Social Studies, or History.
• In my classroom I divided my students up into a judge, 4 teams of lawyers, and the rest into citizens. The students followed the provided script after I explained how it would work. • I also printed and laminated the script and case files for durability to use with multiple classes, and for years to come. • Each team of lawyers and the judge had a laminated front and back copy of the Bill of Rights for reference. The citizens would complete their answer document by following along. • I also used an answer document that I had all students complete for each case to assess and hold all students accountable. • I also included a court in session sign and fold in half signs for the lawyer teams.