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This purchase includes a one-page reading about the 8th Amendment (Punishment) and a one page reading about the pro's and con's of the death penalty. Both documents include critical thinking questions. Perfect for your secondary Civics/American Government class. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++Follow My Store!To follow my store simply click on "follow me" under
"What I love about this simulation is that it makes learning about the Legislative Branch very real, engaging, and exciting. Students get to participate in writing bills for their school, community, or state while learning the various stages within the lawmaking process. In addition, all voices are heard and each student has a chance to contribute."
Create your own study guide with a Constitution Lap Book. This lap book is designed to help students summarize content from the Constitution. It contains cartoon notes on the Bill of Rights, Articles of Confederation, The Constitutional Convention, Amending the Constitution, Roots of the Constitution, Grievances Addressed in the Constitution, Civic Responsibilities, Ratification of the Constitution and Principals of Government.
Keep your students learning during a review with an Escape Room! This resource is designed to help your students review key content from your Constitution unit. This Constitution Escape Room is perfect for a US History STAAR Review. The six challenges review different elements of the Constitution – Historical Influences, Principles of Government, Bill of Rights, Articles of Confederation, The Constitutional Convention, and Ratification of the Constitution.
The Bill of Rights Escape Room Activity will take students on a secret mission around the classroom! This escape room has students decode facts about the Bill of Rights. Students will gain a brief understanding of Amendments 1-10. This is a great introduction activity or review activity!