Book Title: U.S. Constitution - Common Core Lessons and Activities
Publisher: Gallopade Pub Group
Release Date: 2013-05-10
Author: Carole Marsh
How to Use the U.S. Constitution - Common Core Lessons and Activities
Work through the lessons and activities as a class to teach your students higher-order thinking, analysis, and 21st century skills necessary to meet new Common Core expectations.
Allow students to work through the lessons independently to build and practice these new skills.
Include technology, collaboration, presentations, and discussion in the activities as you desire - you can decide how in-depth to go.
Watch your class develop new abilities to meet the rigor of Common Core State Standards, right before your eyes!
Use some of the pages - or use them all - based on your grade, your students, your curriculum, and your needs.
Use these pages at their current size, or if you prefer them to be 8.5" X 11", enlarge them 125% on your copy machine.
To download the graphic organizers labeled "GO" in the Table of Contents click HERE.
Use the correlations grid to easily see which Common Core standards are covered in each lesson.
The U.S. Constitution - Common Core Lessons and Activities
Reading for Information
Primary Source Analysis
Here is the Table of Contents for the U.S. Constitution - Common Core Lessons and Activities
book:Articles of Confederation:
Reading Informational TextConstitutional Correspondence:
Compare & ContrastVirginia Plan v. Hamilton s Plan:
WritingThe Great Compromise:
Reading Informational TextFederalists v. Antifederalists:
Compare & Contrast GArticle I:
Primary Source AnalysisPurpose of the Constitution:
Reading Informational Text & WritingFrom Articles to Amendments:
Cause & Effect GConstitutional Vocabulary:
Vocabulary GThe Preamble:
Problem-Solution-ResultsSeparation of Powers: Reading Informational Text
Father of the Constitution: Cause & Effect G
Slavery and Compromise: Reading Informational Text
Ratification of the U.S. Constitution: Map Activity
Bill of Rights Quotes: Comparison of Primary Sources G
Amending the Constitution: Reading Informational Text
A Living Document: Primary Source Analysis
Common Core State Standards Correlations
G: Includes Graphic Organizer