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1Copy these notes Bill of Rights Amendments 1-5 Learning Log 9-20Copy these notes Bill of Rights Amendments 1-5Amendment 1: freedom of speech, religion, press, and assembly, and the right to petition the government.Amendment 2: guarantees the right to bear armsAmendment 3: guarantees soldiers cannot be quartered in any houseAmendment 4: protects people from unreasonable searches and seizuresAmendment 5: guarantees the right to a fair trial (due process), no one can be charged twice for the same crime (double jeopardy), people cannot be forced to incriminate themselves (tell on themselves)Place your signed progress report in the turn in box under the flag Place hard copy homework in the turn in box under the flag
2Class Business Period 1 schedules Homework- firefox Period 4 Learning Logs MIAProgress reports- due back signedHardcopy homework dueDid we talk about the Bill of Rights?
3Bill Of RightsThe first ten amendments to the Constitution of the United States are called The Bill of Rights.An amendment means a change.These ten amendments protect individual freedoms by describing rights the U.S. government cannot take away from the people.
4The Bill of RightsThe First Amendment guarantees freedom of speech, religion, press, and assembly, and the right to petition the government.
5The Bill of RightsThe Second Amendment guarantees the right to bear arms.
6The Bill of RightsThe Third Amendment guarantees soldiers cannot be quartered in any house. Quartered means to occupy. U.S. soldiers cannot stay in your house without your permission.
7The Bill of RightsThe Fourth Amendment protects people from unreasonable searches and seizures.
8The Bill of RightsThe Fifth Amendment guarantees each person the right to a fair trail (due process), no one can be charged twice for the same crime (double jeopardy), people in the U.S. cannot be forced to incriminate themselves (tell on themselves), and people in the U.S. cannot have their property taken by the government without payment (eminent domain).
9The Bill of RightsThe Sixth Amendment guarantees a person certain rights when they are charged with a crime. This is called due process. The sixth amendment guarantees things like the right to a public and speedy trial, a fair jury, cross examination of witnesses, and an attorney.
10The Bill of RightsThe Seventh Amendment guarantees the right to a jury in a civil proceeding.
11The Bill of RightsThe Eighth Amendment protects against excessive bail, excessive fines, and cruel and unusual punishment.
12The Bill of RightsThe Ninth Amendment reserves other rights to the people. It basically says the U.S. Constitution cannot be used to deny people rights.
13The Bill of RightsThe Tenth Amendment reserves States Rights. It says powers not defined by the U.S. Constitution or forbidden by it become powers of the states.
14The Bill of Rights- Activity Get into 6 groups.Review the Bill of Rights class setList the 6 most important rights to you with # 1 being the most important
15The Bill of Rights- Activity Your job is to convince the class they should vote on the amendment you chooseWork as a group to write a persuasive speech one of your group members will give to the class. You will have 15 minutes to develop your speech.
16The Bill of Rights- Activity Each group will have 2 minutes to present and each other group will have 30 seconds to respond.Each person in the room will vote- confidential