Learners explore the Fourth Amendment. They define citizenship and the rights of citizens. The study the responsibilities of citizens and they examine the traits of character to preserve and improve American constitutional democracy.
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The Bill of Rights - The First Ten Amendments to the Constitution
The Bill of Rights, and the First Ten Ammendments to the Constitution are the focus of this Social Studies presentation. Students view a presentation that nicely presents, not only what each Ammendment says, but examples of how they...
4th - 6th Social Studies & History
The Fourth and Fifth Amendments: How Do They Protect Our Rights?
Students view a PowerPoint presentation on the fourth and fifth amendments. In this history lesson, students explore the details of the fourth and fifth amendments and then answer questions that summarize the presentation.
7th - 12th Social Studies & History
Breathe new life into a teaching of the US Constitution with this interactive resource. For any upper-elementary or middle school teacher covering US history with their students, this is a must-have addition to their mobile device library.
4th - 8th Social Studies & History CCSS: Adaptable
What Makes an Amendment?
Students investigate amendments to the Constitution. In this government lesson, students research how an amendment is made and amendments that have both passed and failed. They write their own amendment and attempt to have it pass by the...
4th - 7th Social Studies & History
A Short, Short Lesson on the Fourth Amendment
Students examine Fourth Amendment protections and explore amendment situations involving young people. After discovering the historic background for the creation of the Fourth Amendment, students role-play various situations involving...
5th - 12th Social Studies & History