A .pdf copy of Pride and Prejudice written by Jane Austen. Great to upload to a class website as a resource for students to use as a personal copy, or to place on the smartboard for the class to follow, or any of a number of other ways you would
This 71 slide PowerPoint provides the entire text of the Constitution as written in 1787 at the Constitutional Convention along with a translation of what the text means in modern-day English. Note: this does not include the 27 amendments. The 27
Social Studies - History, Government, U.S. History
FREE DOWNLOAD. Please rate after downloading. This 16 slide PowerPoint goes into the need for the convention, who attended, major issues tackled (size of Congress, slavery, etc..), what the founders left out of the Constitution, and how it was
This worksheet list 14 of the most famous Supreme Court cases. Cases range from early in American history to cases involving student rights in the classroom to the recent gay marriage case before the court.
This PowerPoint goes over what the US Constitution states regarding the powers of the presidency. The language written in 1787 is listed along with a translation into modern English as to what the sections and paragraphs mean.
This PowerPoint goes over everything that is in Article 1 of the US Constitution which deals with Congress. The original text is shown and then a modern translation into everyday English is given as well.
This worksheets list the 15 federal departments (Treasury, Defense, State, Justice, etc...) and has students look up the year that department was created, the current secretary of that department, and give a short description of the duties and