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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
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A great resource for Constitution Day as well as and an excellent way to begin your Government/Civics, U.S. History, or Contemporary Issues class. This lesson contains a fillable outline of the U.S. Constitution and the Amendments. Its
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2005 Roper v Simmons (juvenile death penalty) This is one of the 10 actual Supreme Court that your students will have the chance to argue before a panel of three judges. The other cases, address student speech, gay marriage, reverse discrimination,
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2007 Morse v Frederick ("Bong HiTS 4 Jesus") Student Free Speech This is one of the 10 actual Supreme Court that your students will have the chance to argue before a panel of three judges. The other cases, address student speech, gay marriage,
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2009 Ricci v DeStefano (14th Amendment Equal Protection and Discrimination This is one of the 10 actual Supreme Court that your students will have the chance to argue before a panel of three judges. The other cases, address student speech, gay
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2012 NFIB v Sebelius (Constitutionality of the ACA--Obamacare) This is one of the 10 actual Supreme Court that your students will have the chance to argue before a panel of three judges. The other cases, address student speech, gay marriage,
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2013 Maryland v King (Taking DNA from a suspect--4th Amendment Search & Seizure) This is one of the 10 actual Supreme Court that your students will have the chance to argue before a panel of three judges. The other cases, address student
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2014 McCutcheon v FEC (Campaign Finance Regulation--1st Amendment Free Speech) This is one of the 10 actual Supreme Court that your students will have the chance to argue before a panel of three judges. The other cases, address student speech, gay
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2015 Obergefell v Hodges (Same-sex marriage--14th Amendment Equal Protection) This is one of the 10 actual Supreme Court that your students will have the chance to argue before a panel of three judges. The other cases, address student speech, gay
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2016 Utah v Strieff (Search and Seizure 4th Amendment This is one of the 10 actual Supreme Court that your students will have the chance to argue before a panel of three judges. The other cases, address student speech, gay marriage, reverse
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2017 Trinity Lutheran Church v Comer (1st Amendment Religion Clauses) This is one of the 10 actual Supreme Court that your students will have the chance to argue before a panel of three judges. The other cases, address student speech, gay marriage,
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Roper v Simmons and JDB v North Carolina are two cases about how juveniles are treated in the criminal justice system. These are actual Supreme Court that your students will have the chance to argue before a panel of three judges. (See the Sample
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Maryland v King (DNA evidence) and Utah v Strieff (illegal police stop) are two cases about the 4th Amendment search and seizure. These are actual Supreme Court that your students will have the chance to argue before a panel of three judges. (See
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Morse v Frederick (Student Free Speech ) and Trinity Lutheran Church v Comer (the Religion Clauses--Establishment and Free Exercise) are two cases about the 1st Amendment. These are actual Supreme Court that your students will have the chance to
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Ricci v DeStefano (Equal Protection and discrimination) and Obergefell v Hodges (same-sex marriage and equal protections) are two cases about the 14th Amendment. These are actual Supreme Court that your students will have the chance to argue before
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NFIB v Sebelius (Constitutionality of the ACA aka Obamacare) and McCutcheon v FEC (campaign contribution limits) are two cases about the power of Congress. These are actual Supreme Court that your students will have the chance to argue before a
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Using the amendment cards provided, teams of 3 to 5 students take turns acting out and guessing the text of amendments and their numbers. Students can either pantomime or use the charades format for more of a challenge. Contains a Teacher’s Guide,
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How does the Constitution divide power among the 3 branches and between the states and the federal government? In groups, students decide how to present the checks and balances. The groups can make presentations of their visuals (drawings,
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Want your student to become familiar with the Constitution and its structure? This project is for you! It contains 52 cards with questions about various aspects of the U.S. Constitution and the amendments. Teams of students try to guess the answers
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Seventeen lessons to make the Constitution come alive for your students, while also satisfying the legal mandate to study it on September 17. For example, students create poems, flow charts and drawings; have debates and discussions and create
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Taught government and economics for 10 years. Before teaching, I was a lawyer for 6 years. Wrote curriculum materials for a number of companies including Apple. Also wrote a set of end-of-chapter activities for a new Civics textbook for EMC Publishing.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Primarily used simulations and class discussions and projects rather than a textbook. I like hands-on, interactive materials that are challenging and engaging.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

San Francisco State University (Russian and Philosophy) New College Law School (admitted to law practice 1979) Cal State East Bay (multiple subjects credential and single subject in Social Sciences

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Have run an education nonprofit corporation (Center for Economic and Civic Education) since 2001 dedicated to providing simulations in those areas. Also write and put on an annual Moot Court (appellate court argument) for high school student. We are in our 12th year.

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