We the People: Your Constitution in Action
Good Year Books, 2001 - 96 Seiten
Introduce students to each part of the Constitution by means of two-page activity sheets: a "Read-and-Answer" page that prompts them to find answers as they scour the Constitution's articles and amendments, and a "Take Another Look" page that helps students develop the skills of thinking citizens through activities such as debating important issues, researching today's leaders, and more. A final "You Be the Judge" chapter poses three legal cases relating to different parts of the Constitution. After students write their opinions, they read the Supreme Court's decision on a similar case. The full text of the Constitution is included. Grades 5-9. Suggested resources. Answer key. Good Year Books. 91 pages.
Was andere dazu sagen - Rezension schreiben
Es wurden keine Rezensionen gefunden.
Andere Ausgaben - Alle anzeigen
14th Amendment 22nd Amendment 23rd Amendment 26th Amendment accused Amendment page 80 Amendment rights answers will vary appealed appointed arrested Article III bill of attainder Bill of Rights branch called choose citizens Clause consent Constitution Court found crime criminal Decide Eighth Amendment elected Electoral College equal protection establish executive express powers federal government Fifth Amendment Fourth Amendment groups Hazelwood School District house of Congress House of Representatives impeachment implied powers important issue judge judicial jurisdiction jury justice leaders Legislative legislatures Marbury natural-born citizen number of votes office of President opinion party person police Preamble President and Vice-President prior restraint prohibited punishment ratified Read Article religion religious Research School District Section VIII Senate Senators and Representatives serve session slaves sound truck Supreme Court term thereof three-fifths compromise tion treason trial troops two-thirds United violated Voting Rights warrant whole number writ Write