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Bill of rights

Bill of Rights

Yessenia Chacon




Instructions materials needed
Instructions/Materials Needed


  • Have all materials listed below before the bell.

  • Turn in any late/corrected assignments before the bell.


  • Personal Notebook

  • Pen/Pencil

  • Yellow Packet

  • Marker Box

Bell work
Bell Work

After the Declaration of Independence and the failure of the Articles of Confederation why do you think a list of Constitutional Rights were created in the newly formed U.S.? (3 mins)

Constitutional Rights.: rights given or reserved to the people by the U.S. Constitution, and in particular

Learning goals
Learning Goals

  • Benchmark:

    Learning Goal:

  • Students will understand constitutional rights and their impact on individuals and society.

  • Look at the scale on your desk. Where do you think you are right now? Mark where you think you are on the scale. (5 mins)

Looking into constitutional rights
Looking into Constitutional Rights…

  • You and your shoulder partner will read and discuss each amendment in the Bill of Rights.

  • Questions to think about.

    • What right does this Amendment give us?

    • What words do I need to clarify?

    • How does this affect me and others?

10 minutes

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Tracking your knowledge
Tracking Your Knowledge

  • Now that you have learned about some of your Constitutional rights individually track your knowledge on your chart.

Bill of rights video
Bill of Rights Video

  • Watch and discuss concepts seen in the video.

Review packet
Review Packet

  • You will have the remainder of the period to work on your study guide.

  • You and your shoulder buddy will work together.

  • Use the textbook and notes to complete your packet.