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This handout paraphrases the Ninth Amendment to the Constitution, has students brainstorm the rights in the first 8 Amendments and then brainstorm...
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This handout describes the 2nd Amendment, asks students 2 questions, and then has a summary of several court cases (US v. Miller, DC vs. Heller,...
Adam Feinberg
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2019
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  • Social Studies
  • High School
This handout explains the 4th Amendment and then gives students a summary of Mapp v. Ohio, Terry v. Ohio, and Katz v. U.S. Then it asks students some...
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  • Social Studies
  • High School
This handout describes the 14th Amendment for students, asks them questions about it, and then goes through the equal protections clause, Plessy v...
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btutino
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2019
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New York DOE
ESSENTIAL QUESTION: IS CONSTITUTIONALISM OUR LAST AND BEST HOPE FOR THE FUTURE OF AMERICA? Objectives: SWBAT analyze, evaluate, source and annotate...
iCivics
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2016
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  • Social Studies
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As a new country, the United States experienced a lot of growing pains. This mini-lesson highlights some of the citizen rebellions that occurred in...
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This is a packet of handouts and worksheets that explains the basic functions of government, has students brainstorm the pros and cons of three major...
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During the American revolution, the former English colonies each adopted their own constitutions. These first state constitutions provided the...
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The War of 1812 tested whether the new federal republic could survive its first declared war. As Commander-in-Chief, President James Madison had to...
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  • High School
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The emoluments clause is a provision in the U.S. Constitution to ensure that elected leaders do not gain a profit from their offices. Three groups...