Click on the part of this unit that you want information about: Antigone (ELA) and The Constitution (U.S. History)

Antigone
click here to explore ancient Greek theater

click here for the structure of Greek theater

Download an audio version of Antigone here

Online text of Antigone

Click here to go to a vocab test for list 2
click here to go to a vocab test for list 1










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The Constitution
Click here to be taken to the National Archives transcript of the Constitution.
Click here to be taken to the list of iCivics.org games/quizzes
Click here to be taken to SchoolHouse Rock videos about the Constitution.
Click here to be taken to SlideShare presentations about the Constitution.

Constitution Unit Review Sheet


Constitution Timeline Information


Click on one of the links below to be taken to the iCivcs.org game. Point values needed for the quiz scores are listed next to the game:
Article One:
Represent Me Win more than 60% of the vote to earn 10 points. Win from 50 - 59% of the vote to earn 7 points.
Law Craft Create a law that passes both house with a 2/3 majority to earn 10 points. Create a law that passes to earn 7 points.
Article Two:
Executive Command Gain more than 30,000 points to earn 10 points. Gain between 25,000 and 29,999 points to earn 8 points. Gain between 20,000 and 24,999 points to earn 6 points. If you gain anything less that 24,999 points, you will have to play again.
Article Three:
Court Quest Gain more than 1,800 points to earn 10 points. Gain between 1,500 and 1,799 points to earn 8 points. Gain between 1,200 and 1,499 points to earn 6 points. If you gain anything less than 1,200 points, you will have to play again.
Supreme Decision Gain more than 530 points to earn 10 points. Gain between 480 and 529 points to earn 8 points. Gain between 440 and 479 points to earn 6 points. If you gain anything less than 440 points, you will have to play again.

SchoolHouse Rock videos will help with some of the basics of the Constitution:

The EmbedPlus Version of the Preamble (please answer the questions as you watch):

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I'm Just a Bill:


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Bill of Rights (Not a SchoolHouseRock video, but worth watching and learning from anyway)

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SlideShare Presentations


Not actually a SlideShare Presentation, but a way to look at the weaknesses in the Articles of Confederation



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How Do We Elect the President? Infographic

First Political Parties

E Period PDF
F Period PDF
G Period PDF