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Write a Classroom Constitution or Bill of Rights:
The Constitution of the United States is a document that outlines the basis of the federal (national) government of the USA. The Bill of Rights (the first 10 amendments to the Constitution) were added to ensure the rights of the people.
You can write a Classroom Constitution that lists how your classroom will make rules (Legislative branch), how to choose a leader and what the leaders' power will be (Executive branch), how to enforce the rules (Judicial branch), and how to decide when the constitution has been agreed to, by students, teachers and the school administration (how to ratify your constitution). You might want to also write a student's Bill of Rights, listing students' rights (and responsibilities).
Write a short set of rules on how your classroom should be run, including how to form a group that makes rules, how to form a group to enforce the rules, and how to choose a leader (and what the leader's powers will be). Also include how to ratify your constitution (how to get it accepted).
Classroom Bill of Rights
Write a Classroom Bill of Rights that lists students' rights (and responsibilities).
Write a short document on how your classroom should be run, including student rights and responsibilities.
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