D2 History Matters: The United States Constitution
My students need The United States Constitution: A Graphic Adaptation. Thanks for supporting our students understanding of our government!
This project expired on September 30, 2018.
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Disney II's students come from all backgrounds and neighborhoods of our sprawling metropolis. This diversity creates a rich classroom environment which challenges and enriches student learning. One way to engage students this upcoming school year will be giving them a multitude of personalized historical thinking opportunities to help foster and create a deeper learning experience. Disney II students love history and especially when they can connect it to their own lives. Thanks for any and all support of our students!
The United States Constitution is a document heavy in content and sometimes lacking in prose. Instead of reading solely the words from the parchment, students will (with your funding) take a new and refreshing look at the U.S. Constitution by reading a graphic adaptation by Jonathan Hennessey and Aaron McConnell.
This adaption uses real life images and scenarios which creatively explains the philosophy and thinking of the Founding Fathers and the context and meaning of the Bill of Rights.
Last year, we started slowly introducing graphic novels with great success. In supporting this project student excitement and interest over the U.S. Constitution, I can almost guarantee, will greatly increase. Thanks for supporting our students in their understanding of our government!
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