• Annenberg Classroom's That's Your Right Game
    That's Your Right!

    An exciting new digital card game that helps students learn about their rights under the Bill of Rights.

    Challenge your classmates to a game with our new multiplayer option!
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  • Speak Out!

    Students! Make your voice heard in online discussions of current events. Go to the Speak Outs section of Annenberg Classroom and find a new article each week to comment on. At the end of each semester, the top two comments will receive an iPod Touch or iPod Nano.
                                                           

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  • Key Constitutional Concepts

    This three-part documentary tells the story of the Constitution's creation and explores the protection of individuals’ rights as well as the system of checks and balances. Each segment (20 minutes) is accompanied by a lesson guide that can be downloaded for classroom use.
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  • Teaching the Constitution

    An overview of a series of award-winning documentaries that teach about landmark Supreme Court cases and key constitutional concepts in accessible ways that inspire engaged citizenship and spark classroom discussion.
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  • Constitution Day

    Celebrate the signing of our nation's founding document with our latest classroom resources for teaching about the Constitution! Check out a new Bill of Rights game, Bill of Rights documentaries, invite a political scientist to speak in your classroom.
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  • The Annenberg Guide


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How much protection does a federal law give to pregnant workers?

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Do you give to charity?

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Should voters in D.C. or the federal government decide local laws?

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Should the Internet be classified as a public utility?

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Do local governments have the right to ban fracking?

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Does a town’s sign ordinance violate the First Amendment?

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Who should decide a quarantine policy?

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