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Highlands Ranch High School - Mr. Sedivy
Highlands Ranch, Colorado

American Government - Class Activity


Constitution Presentations

Articles one through seven of the U.S. Constitution will be studied by students presentations. Each student will be assigned to a specific group which will work on their assigned topic.

Group One Article 1 Sections 1 through 8

Group Two Article 1 Sections 9 through 10 and Article 2

Group Three Articles 3 and 4

Group Four Articles 5, 6, and 7.

Each team member must be involved in all aspects of the presentation research, writing visual aids, art work as well as presenting to the class.

Teams must use visual aids, submit a bibliography, and copies of all their notes.

Grading of Presentations will be made by 5 peer evaluations and Mr. Sedivy will also rate presentation and the submitted hard copies of student work.

This assignment is given a point value of 200 points and presentations will begin following two class periods of work.


US Government - Democracy
State Government / National Government
Why Did Government Originate?

American Constitution
What is a Constitution?
Powers Prohibited to Congress / Powers Prohibited to States

Other Types of Government
Autocracy, Totalitarian Dictatorship, Absolute Monarchy

Class Activities
The Trial of Goldilocks
Constitution Presentations

America's Entry into World War I

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View WWI Uncle Sam Poster - 1917

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