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Materials for a Classroom Presentation of the Constitution of the United States

Janice Howes

Materials for a Classroom Presentation of the Constitution of the United States

Script, Props, & Activities for Elementary School Children

by Janice Howes

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Published by Teachers Publishing House .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Constitutions,
  • Politics - Current Events

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages91
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11544259M
    ISBN 100942431014
    ISBN 109780942431018
    OCLC/WorldCa18439916

    Presentations look across the American Memory collections to investigate curricular themes. They include historical background, helping to tell the story behind the theme. Activities offer an interactive, "hands on" experience and focus on a specific topic, rather than broad themes. They require teacher direction, but invite students to participate. Second graders study the Constitution. They examine the meaning and fundamentals of the Preamble of The Constitution of USA. They assess the importance of having a Supreme Law that states the rights and obligations of the citizens. They survey the citizenship of people involved in writing the Constitution.

    - This 67 slide PowerPoint presentation on the U.S Constitution covers a myriad of topics including:Contents of Constitution, Ideals of Constitution, Federalism, Interstate Relations, Limits of Government, the 3 Branches, Checks and Balances, Flexibility of Constitution, Amendment Process, Bill of Rights, and Amendments Great for use in your 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade. The Constitution – The Supreme Law of the Land. The Constitution of the United States of America – Why Does It Matter? The Guide to Teaching the United States Constitution. Meet the People Behind “We the People” The Principles of the United States Constitution. The United States Constitution for Kids. Constitution An Introduction.

    Though the Constitution is a monumental document and an important part of the nation's history, teaching it to middle school children often seems futile because they are seldom able to focus on the. The First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States pertains to citizens' right to not have a right to deny everyone else the right to listen to or read a book. C. selection of books for classroom use is subject to community approval; citizens' right Most book challenges in the United States A. occur locally and are unsuccessful.


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Materials for a Classroom Presentation of the Constitution of the United States by Janice Howes Download PDF EPUB FB2

Constitution in the Classroom. The National Constitution Center brings innovative teaching tools to your classroom. Our unique approach to constitutional education emphasizes historic storytelling, constitutional rather than political questions, and the habits of civil dialogue and reflection.

The proposed plan would lead to a four-month process of argument, debate, compromise, and the development of the Constitution of the United States. On Septemthe final draft of the new Constitution was read to the 42 delegates still at the convention.

A Classroom Presents the Constitution of the United States: A Story for Elementary School Children, and Materials for a Classroom Presentation of the Constitution of the United States: Script, Props, and Activities for Elementary School : Janice Howes.

Unveil the Class Constitution hand written on parchment paper with an ink pen (to imitate the look of a quill/ink created document) and a poster sized laminated version to hang on the classroom wall.) (5 minutes) 3. The signing process will allow the students the chance to write with a quill pen and Size: KB.

Summary: This lesson presents three activities to introduce students to the Constitution of the United States: mapping its text, studying the Preamble, and matching primary sources to clauses in the Constitution. Rationale: This lesson enables students to understand the plan for the structure and powers of government embodied in the Constitution.

The lesson’s three activities reveal the. " Art. Sect. The Senate of the United States shall have power to make treaties, and appoint ambassadors, and judges of the Supreme Court" Art.

Sect. The executive power of the United States shall be vested in a single person. CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA— Page II 4This clause has been affected by clause 2 of amendment XVIII. 5This clause has been affected by amendment XX.

6This clause has been affected by amendment XXVII. 2Immediately after they shall be assembled in Consequence of the first Election, they shall be divided as equally as may be into three Classes. US Constitution PowerPoint 1. The United States Constitution PowerPointAlic Brock 2.

Questions that are asked about the United States was the Constitution written?Who created it?Why was it written?What events led to its creation?Where was it written?What historical documents was it modeled after. I like this book a lot and recommend it because, I LOVE how it's set up.

It breaks up the U.S Constitution into sections, from how the Constitution came to be to all of the parts to the Constitution.

It lists the Amendments and has activites along with tests to take after all the chapters have been s:   The Constitution is all around us; it affects each of us, every day. We are told that it is the most important document to our daily lives, yet most people cannot remember what it says or the.

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Have the students review the Classroom Constitution daily during the first few weeks of school and every Monday thereafter to continually reinforce expected student behavior.

Language Arts: Have students write a journal entry about what it was like to write their own Classroom Constitution. Designing’a’Class’Constitution’Lesson’ Plan’ Evan%Fortin%and%David%Harris,%Urban%Montessori%Charter%School Grade’Level(s) Grades%3%and%up. This briefing document pairs with the virtual Scholar Exchanges the National Constitution Center hosted on March 25 and Ma Grade: 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6 Standards: - Principles and Documents of Government, - How Government Works.

Effective classroom management involves clear communication of behavioral and academic expectations as well as a classroom environment conducive to learning. Effective Classroom Behavior Management Merrett and Wheldell () mention in their book Positive Teaching in the Primary School four interesting.

September 17 is Constitution Day (formerly known as Citizenship Day, until it was changed in ). It is a federal requirement that all schools receiving federal funds teach something about the Constitution on this day.

If you’re like many teachers, you get an email reminder from your principal the day before and have to throw something together quickly to make sure you don’t violate. Categorize the states into five categories based on population and color a United States map using a new color for each category.

Do any trends emerge. Explain. Note the populations of the states that gave their electoral vote to George Bush and to John Kerry in the election. United States Constitution has 50 books on Goodreads with 28 ratings.

United States Constitution’s most popular book is The Federalist Papers. This lesson is part of a suggested unit plan to cover standard of the United States Government and Citizenship core. The suggested components of this lesson are the Survival lesson, the Philosophers board game, the Constitutional Convention and this lesson on writing a classroom constitution.

United States today, every state has a constitution. Some organizations have constitutions. The most famous constitution in America is the U.S. Constitution. It is the most important one, too, for all Americans.

Inwhen our Constitution was written, very few countries had a constitution. Rules and laws could be created and changed by the king. 3. Next explain that students will be creating a classroom constitution. Have each group review the U.S. Constitution (available in the student textbook).

Explain that the Constitution states the basic laws of the United States government. Ask students to locate. The Constitution was written in Yes, it is over years old. We actually have old copies of what was created. We have pictures of the Constitution on this site. Ina group of men met to write the Constitution.

They did not like the way the country was going. They fixed it by creating the Constitution. We call these men The Framers.When it falls on a weekend, schools and other institutions observe Constitution Day on an adjacent weekday.

The Constitution of the United States. InGeorge Washington, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, and America’s other founding fathers signed the United States Constitution at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia.