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Social Studies

Bill of Rights Summer Camp- Know Your Rights and Create a Comic Book

In this 5 Day Camp students will be introduced to the Bill of Rights, apply social skills by sharing ideas on their personal rights, and will gain an understanding as to why those rights are still relevant to us over 200 years later.
Jared Mosley M.Ed
243 total reviews for this teacher
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Completed by 3 learners
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$12 per class
Meets 5x per week
Over 1 week
45 minutes per class

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Class Experience

Students will learn the first ten amendments to the constitution, and apply their knowledge by relating how each amendment is still relevant today. Students will also apply their knowledge by creating a comic book illustrating each one of the amendments.
Hello Outschool. I have been teaching social studies for 10 years to 7th and 8th graders in the state of Texas. I am certified to teach social studies for grades 4-8. 
The students will create a comic strip for each amendment to the Bill of Rights. They will add to their comic book each day based on the amendments covered that day of the course.
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The students will be using the following materials: 1. Guided notes handout provided in the classroom section 2. Bill of Rights Comic Book Instructions in the classroom section 3. Bill of Rights Comic Book Project Handouts in the classroom section 4. A Pencil or Colored Pencils to illustrate their comics
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The learners will be assessed in a variety of ways. Students will be assessed by use of discussion, written response, review games, and the final product they create as their comic book.
3 hours 45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
All content will be age appropriate. The most sensitive subjects could be the 2nd Amendment, or the Due Process Amendments (4-8). 
Sources that will be used in the class include the Constitution and Bill of Rights. We will also use Brain Pop, Youtube, and Ed Puzzle to support learning.


Jared Mosley M.Ed
Lives in the United States
Teacher, Children's Book Author, and Fantasy Sports Writer
243 total reviews
172 completed classes

About Me

Hi Outschool. My name is Jared Mosley. I teach social studies and physical education for a brick and mortar campus as well as online. I also coach football, basketball, and track and field. I have been teaching now for 12 years. In addition to... 
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