Test assess the time period starting at the creation and fall of the Articles of Confederation through the growth of the Constitution and Bill of Rights. Includes:
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Students travel in groups to stations of each of the amendments. At each station will be the amendment and an example. On the corresponding chart (separate) students will *in their own words* describe the amendment and provide *their own* example of
Students travel in groups to stations of each of the amendments. At each station (separate) will be the amendment and an example. On the corresponding chart students will *in their own words* describe the amendment and provide *their own* example of
Using the categories on the chart, students will determine where each of the facts (listed after the chart) would fit. Answer key available. Use as a stations activity, group task, or review.
*I used by placing larger titles around the room and
Three stations for each latitude and longitude. Split class in half then into 3 groups. One half will rotate through 3 latitude stations and the other through 3 longitude. Activities include map practice and labeling, as well as technology. Use the
Introduction activity to the Articles of Confederation. Using a QR code to access- students work together to analyze the duties given to the state and federal government. Hard copy of the articles is included.
Government, U.S. History
Not Grade Specific
Activities, Internet Activities, Graphic Organizers
Inspired by the camp at Morristown during the Revolutionary War, students will create their own camp as a group. The project delegates different features to group members including map making, and proposal writing. Rubric is included.
To help with short summary writing students were asked to write a mock museum label about Molly Pitcher. Assignment is doubled up to use half sheets to save papers, I provided label examples for students on back of instructions.