George Mason and the Constitution

Students read various articles about the political beliefs of George Mason. In groups, they describe the major events of his life that formed his beliefs and values. They also analyze his contributions to the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. To end the lesson, they write a newspaper article that summarizes the information they gathered during the lesson.

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