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31 October 2013 一 Bell Ringer. Get out a sheet of paper. Head it with your first name, last name, today’s date, and the period you have civics. Title the paper: “Pamphlet of Protections 2056”. 8 分. 二 The Year 2056. Today’s lesson takes place _________ years from now.

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31 october 2013 bell ringer
31 October 2013一 Bell Ringer

Get out a sheet of paper. Head it with your first name, last name, today’s date, and the period you have civics.

Title the paper: “Pamphlet of Protections 2056”.

8分

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二 The Year 2056

Today’s lesson takes place _________ years from now.

Today’s lesson has some good news

and some bad news.

Which would you like to hear first?

GOOD NEWS or BAD NEWS

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good news
Good News:Good news!

You no longer have to deal with teachers or parents hassling you because…

Bad News:

The world as you know it has been completely destroyed by alien invaders.

bad news
Good News:Bad news!
  • You and a group of survivors have just won a terrifying battle against the aliens, who have now left the planet.

Bad News:

The world as you know it has been completely destroyed by alien invaders.

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二 The Year 2056

FREEDOM!

Now you’re free, but everyone is still

afraid because there is nothing on paper

to guarantee people will have rights.

The leaders of the group have decided

to create the Pamphlet of Protections.

The Pamphlet will define what rights people will have.

The leaders want your input on which right should be first on the list (because it is the most important) and which right should be last (because it doesn’t seem important).

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The leaders want your input on which right should be first on the list (because it is the most important) and which right should be last (because it doesn’t seem important).

Please write the following templates on your paper.

I think that _____________________________________.

This is the most important protection because __________ ________________________________________________.

The least important protection is that _________________ because ________________________________________.

You will fill in the blanks by choosing two of the 15 protections on the next slide and writing your own feelings. Feel free to discuss your answers with nearby students.

二 The Year 2056

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Pamphlet of Protections

  • The people shall have the right to own weapons.
  • Everyone must be friends with everyone else.
  • People are free to express their opinions on any subject.
  • A person accused of a crime has the right to a fair trial.
  • Criminals shall not be punished in a way that is mean or weird.
  • The people shall have the right to clean streets and parks.
  • Laws can’t stop adult citizens from voting.
  • The people shall have the right to a free education.
  • All people shall be protected equally by the laws.
  • The people shall never be enslaved.
  • No person shall be searched without a good reason.
  • The people are free to drive as soon as they can operate a car.
  • No person shall be required to fight in a war.
  • No person will be put on trial twice for the same crime.
  • A person may follow any religion or no religion.
the year 1791
三 The Year 1791

……

Rewind to

The world as Americans knew it has recently been

turned upside down by the end of the

Revolutionary War—a war that gave them their

freedom from England. Now American colonists will

no longer have to submit to an unfair king who

wanted to keep Americans from having rights of

their own. America is independent, but there is

nothing on paper to guarantee the new government

will give people the rights and freedoms they want.

A group of leaders decides to add a Bill of Rights to

the Constitution to define what rights people will

have.

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Go!

You arenot being timed.

Please pick up a copy of

the Bill of Rights from the back cart.

the year 17911
三 The Year 1791

Fill In Reading Method

Bold Word Synonyms

  • In this method, you are going to follow along with my reading closely.
  • If I suddenly stop reading, everyone in the class must say the next word before I can continue reading.
  • After we read an amendment, I would like you to write a synonym for each bold printed word.
  • There are many right answers when working with synonyms.
  • Please remember, synonym means ‘similar’; it does not mean ‘the same’.
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Pamphlet of Protections

  • The people shall have the right to own weapons. (2nd)
  • Everyone must be friends with everyone else.
  • People are free to express their opinions on any subject. (1st)
  • A person accused of a crime has the right to a fair trial. (6th)
  • Criminals shall not be punished in a way that is mean or weird. (8th)
  • The people shall have the right to clean streets and parks.
  • Laws can’t stop adult citizens from voting. (14th, 19th, 26th)
  • The people shall have the right to a free education.
  • All people shall be protected equally by the laws. (14th)
  • The people shall never be enslaved. (13th)
  • No person shall be searched without a good reason. (4th)
  • The people are free to drive as soon as they can operate a car.
  • No person shall be required to fight in a war.
  • No person will be put on trial twice for the same crime. (5th)
  • A person may follow any religion or no religion. (1st)
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四 Can They Do That?On the front table is your home prep for the weekend. You can work on it tomorrow if you are at school. Please use the Renaissance Faire as your guide for the A World Without section. What would happen 500 years ago when people didn’t have the protections of the Bill of Rights?

Write this at the bottom of the worksheet:My ___(mom / dad / whoever)____ thinks the ____ amendment is the most important because _________.Interview a parent and fill in the blanks.

This part of the home prep is extra credit.