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					U. S. History ~ Classroom Bill of Rights
Directions: Using what you have learned about the United States Bill of Rights, you will construct a 12 slide Power-Point recreating the Bill of Rights in your own words. Rules must be clear, concise, and not in direct violation of school board policy. All rules must be fair to all classmates and teachers. Your rules must be easy to follow, be simple to read, be enforceable, and not be in conflict with each other. Slide One: Title slide, Must state Classroom Bill of Rights Have at least one graphic or piece of artwork Name of students in your group Slide Two: Preamble Must write a preamble for our classroom following this form...

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"We the students of __________ 's class, in order to ____________ , and __________________do hereby ordain and establish this constitution based on the principles of _____________(noun), ___________(noun), and __________________(noun)."
Slide Three: Amendment I

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Deals with Respect Must have a correctly worded amendment dealing with Respect, numbering 15-25 words. Must have a graphic or piece of artwork Slide Four: Amendment II Deals with Student Responsibility Must have a correctly worded amendment dealing with our responsibly as students, numbering 15-25 words. Must have a graphic or piece of artwork

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Slide Five: Amendment III Deals with Teacher Responsibility Must have a correctly worded amendment dealing with our teacher's responsibility to the students, numbering 15-25 words. Must have a graphic or piece of artwork Slide Six: Amendment IV Deals with Classroom Rights Must have a correctly worded amendment dealing with our rights in the classroom as students, numbering 15-25 words. Must have a graphic or piece of artwork Slide Seven: Amendment V

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Deals with Teacher Rights Must have a correctly worded amendment dealing with the teacher's rights, numbering 15-25 words. Must have a graphic or piece of artwork Slide Eight: Amendment VI.

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Deals with Discipline Must have a correctly worded amendment dealing with our Discipline towards students who do not follow these rules, numbering 15-25 words. Must have a graphic or piece of artwork Slide Nine: Amendment VII Deals with Rules not covered in these Rights Must have a correctly worded amendment dealing with things not covered in the above rules, numbering 15-25 words. Must have a graphic or piece of artwork Slide Ten: Amendment VIII Deals with Violation of these Rights Must have a correctly worded amendment dealing with how you would enforce compliance with these amendments, numbering 15-25 words. Must have a graphic or piece of artwork Slide Eleven: Amendment IX Deals with Rights of the Accused Must have a correctly worded amendment dealing with the rights of the accused in Amendment VIII, numbering 15-25 words. . Must have a graphic or piece of artwork

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Slide Twelve: Amendment X Deals with Amending these Rights Must have a correctly worded amendment dealing with how a group would go about amending or changing these amendments, numbering 15-25 words. Must have a graphic or piece of artwork


				
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Description: Create a classroom bill of rights to go along with study of the US Bill of rights