John Marshall LinkedIn Profile Activity with Google Drive Option
In this activity, students will create a LinkedIn profile for John Marshall.INSTRUCTIONS: Create a LinkedIn Profile for John Marshall using the QR Codes provided for biographical details such as education, experience, skills, interests, and accomplishments. You may also use the QR Codes provided as ...
Free Ruth Bader Ginsburg coloring pages | Cool Mom Picks
Well lookie what we found just in time for Women's History Month: 10 wonderful, free printable RBG coloring pages. You know you've made it when...
The Supreme Court past and present
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died Feb. 13, and the search for his replacement in a presidential election year may mean a long wait.
Do I Have a Right?
iCivics. This on-line game, part of a civics site founded by Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, really tests users' understanding of Constitutional rights. Students defend clients in court and score points for their successes. This can be played on individual computers in the classroom or on a single computer with smart board or projector. Also included are teaching materials and lesson plans for civics-related topics ranging from budgets to civil rights.
The Most Influential Legal Cases of the Last Century
The US legal system has changed dramatically over the past 100 years. These legal cases are some of the most influential cases that have impacted and
Inside the Courtroom — Cool Infographics
Going to court is no laughing matter. But the Inside the Courtroom infographic from Livesay & Meyers balances seriousness with humor as it lays out the blueprint of a courtroom, then tells some funny stories about actual things said in court. Going to court for the first time can be an in
The Pentagon Papers: A Primer for Top Secret at New York Theatre Workshop
Do you know what the Pentagon Papers are? In 1971, Daniel Ellsberg leaked top secret US Defense Department documents to the New York Times and The Washington...
Gideon: Unfulfilled at 50
Check out: www.aclu.org/gideonWe all know this refrain, echoed time and time again by cops on TV and cops on our neighborhood streets. But is this promise ac...
July 7: On this day in 1981, President Reagan nominated Sandra Day O’Connor to be the first woman to serve on the Supreme Court. She served until Jan. 31, 2006, when she retired to spend more time with her husband, who had Alzheimer’s. After retiring, O’Connor founded iCivics to provide young Americans the knowledge to participate in democracy and has filled in as as substitute federal appellate judge.