Challenge your students with some fun games from the Bill of Rights Institute: the newest one "Constitutional Duel" asks them to answer 15 multiple choice questions to defend their constitutional honor.
What better way to celebrate this important document, its place within our society and throughout our history, than to closely investigate the words and ideas contained in it. Unlike more recent constitutions, the document is written in the language of ordinary people and is only a few pages.
Students learn how civil rights activists including the Freedom Riders, state and local officials in the South, and the Administration of President Kennedy come into conflict during the early 1960s.
Weigh the choices Washington faced in the nation’s first Constitutional crisis by following events through his private diary.