Do I Have a Right? Extension Pack
Make your students’ gameplay more meaningful by using our activity and assessment set designed specifically for Do I Have a Right?. This easy-to-use Extension Pack helps you give context and purpose to the game, as well as reinforce and assess the game concepts. That means deeper learning for students and best practices around game-centered learning for you! Extension Packs require PowerPoint and are designed for use with projectors or interactive whiteboards.
This Extension Pack now includes English language learner (ELL) supports. We've included tips and practice that help make differentiated instruction a breeze. Best of all, new instructional scaffolds now mean this lesson is adaptable for a wide range of learners!
Do I Have a Right? and its Extension Pack are correlated according to WIDA's methodology using the WIDA PRIME V2 Inventory. To see how these materials best meet your ELL students' needs, click here. (Note: PRIME stands for Protocol for Review of Instructional Materials for ELLs.)
- Describe the arguments for and against listing people’s rights in the Constitution (Bill of Rights).
- Identify key rights granted by the Bill of Rights and the 13th, 14th, 15th, 19th, and 26th Amendments
- Recall the specific amendment that guarantees a particular right
- Recognize complaints not involving constitutional rights
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