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Find out more about OverDrive accounts. In the beginning, nine aliens left their home planet Lorien when it fell under attack by the evil Mogadorians.

They scattered on Earth and went into hiding. They look like ordinary teenagers but have extraordinary powers. The Mogs have come for them.

Now John has joined forces with Number Six, and they are on the run. But they are not alone. She's been following the news of what's happening, and she's certain this is the sign she's been waiting for.

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It's time to come together. Michael Bay, director of Transformers, raved: The battle for Earth's survival wages on. Don't miss the rest of the series: The Rise of Nine, 4: The Fall of Five, 5: The Revenge of Seven, 6: The Fate of Ten, and 7: Provide a copy of the Constitution to each group printed or electronic and direct them to examine the text to identify two examples of the assigned Big Idea in action.


Students will fill in Handout 3 with the quote from the Constitution and its location. Students will then rephrase the quote in their own words to hone in on its meaning.

There will be multiple correct answers for each Big Idea. Each group will share their examples with the class.

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Analyzing Primary Sources to Relate the Six Big Ideas to History 45 minutes Students will apply their understanding of the Big Ideas gained in Step 3 to actual documents which were created or received by the federal government as it was exercising its powers under the Constitution.

Students will act as historians who must consider the source of each document, when it was created and its content to determine how it relates to the Big Ideas.

The teacher will list the Six Big Ideas on the board or post them on a wall. Pairs of students will be given a copy of one document from a selected list.

Students will carefully read and inspect the document to determine which Big Idea is represented within it. They will then post the document under the corresponding Big Idea on the board or wall.

After all pairs have posted their document, the pairs will each take a turn describing their assigned document and explaining three clues in the document which support their determination of the Big Idea illustrated within.

Some documents may be related to more than one Big Idea so students should be prepared to justify why they determined that one was more relevant than another. Different understandings of how the Big Ideas should be manifested in the actions of the federal government often engender debates over what government should be doing in the name of the people it serves.

Students will obtain an understanding of these current disputes by taking sides in a debate featuring current issues. The Debate Format: Two teams will be assigned one of the scenarios described below.

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One team will argue for Position A and the other will argue for Position B. Each debate will have five participants on each side of the issue.

Each participant will speak for no more than two minutes and teams will alternate speakers. Teams can use Handout 4 to plan the arguments to be made during the debate.

Encourage students to anticipate and respond to the arguments that could be made by the opposing team. Each team will choose a speaker to deliver the opening an overview of the team's position. Each team should choose a speaker to deliver the opening an overview of the team's position.Just the two of us now.

John Smith, with his square jaw, shaggy dark blond hair, and blue eyes, fills the left side of the screen, while his father—or more likely Cepan—Henri takes up the right. Big, tough guy with a Taser? Stitches she not only sewed herself, but also removed.

Teaching Six Big Ideas in the Constitution

Very softly I hear the trickle of running water. And then we found this place in Spain.

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