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Bill of Rights


Curipod generated lesson: "Bill of Rights". #11-13

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1. Slide
60 seconds
Hello! Glad you're here!
2. Slide
60 seconds
The year is 2056 and we have just defeated the alien invasion!
After a huge battle with alien invaders that nearly destroyed the world, people are afraid about what rights they’ll have under a new government. Leaders have decided to create the Pamphlet of Protections to define what rights people will have. Look at the proposed rights. Mark the ten you think should be included:
3. Drawings
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Read the List . Cross out 5 items. Keep only the 10 MOST IMPORTANT.
4. Slide
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Actually, the year is 1791 and we've just defeated the British.
Tell me about the Constitution? What compromises does the Constitution contain? What about the Federalists and the Anti-Federalists? What compromise do they agree on?
5. Word cloud
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What are some rights protected in the Bill of Rights?
6. Slide
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The Bill of Rights
The Bill of Rights is the first 10 Amendments to the United States Constitution. It was adopted on December 15, 1791. It guarantees basic rights and freedoms for U.S. citizens.
7. Slide
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There are three main categories of rights:
individual freedoms, protections against government abuse and power, and rights of people accused of crimes. WRITE THIS DOWN
8. Slide
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Due Process: Due Process: laws must be fair and unbiased. Rights Rights: Legal entitlements Unenumerated Rights Unenumerated Rights: rights not stated, but fundamental to liberty
9. Drawings
270 seconds
Draw the most ballin' pair of shoes for a president.
10. Slide
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Fun facts:
James Madison proposed the Bill of Rights in June 1789. The Bill of Rights was originally written in 1791 but applied only to the federal government. The Constitution has 27 total amendments.
11. Open question
240 seconds
Answer the Question in complete sentences: What are the first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution, commonly known as the Bill of Rights, and what freedoms do they guarantee?
12. Open question
180 seconds
Answer the Question: What was the primary purpose of the Bill of Rights and why did it become necessary?
13. Drawings
450 seconds
Brain break: Create the tastiest pizza. Include crust, sauces, and toppings (and any secret ingredients that makes it magical)
14. Poll
300 seconds
Which amendment guarantees the right to bear arms?
  • 1st Amendment
  • 2nd Amendment
  • 4th Amendment
  • 6th Amendment
15. Poll
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What is the first amendment?
  • Freedom of speech
  • Right to bear arms
  • Right to a trial by jury
  • Freedom of the press
16. Poll
300 seconds
What does the fifth amendment provide?
  • Protection against double jeopardy
  • Right to bear arms
  • Right to a trial by jury
  • Freedom of the press
17. Poll
300 seconds
What is the fourth amendment?
  • Protection against double jeopardy
  • Freedom of speech
  • Right to a trial by jury
  • Protection against unreasonable search and seizure
18. Poll
300 seconds
What is the sixth amendment?
  • Right to bear arms
  • Protection against double jeopardy
  • Freedom of speech
  • Right to a speedy and public trial

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