The President of India is head of the executive branch, under Articles 52 and 53, with the duty of preserving, protecting and defending the constitution and the law under Article Article 74 provides for a Prime Minister as head of the Council of Ministerswhich aids and advises the president in the performance of their constitutional duties.
Copy of the U. Examples of Classroom Standards printable During Instruction Decide how you would like to divide the class into groups of 2—4 students.
Prepare a poster from poster board entitled "Our Classroom Constitution. Divide the class into two teams. Give Team A a simple math problem grade level appropriate. When they answer it correctly, give Team A 30 points.
Give Team B a math problem and points when they answer it correctly. The object of the game is to score the team differently and unfairly.
Students should quickly understand that the game is unfair. At the end of the game, allow students to discuss their reactions and feelings.
Discuss the importance of rules. Ask the students the following questions: When do we use rules? Why do we need rules at home, at school, in our community, and in our country? What would happen if we did not follow the rules at home, at school, in our community, and in our country?
Who enforces rules at home, at school, in our community, and in our country? Guide the discussion to understanding the purpose of the U. Summarize the "rules" listed in the Bill of Rights. Day 2—3 Step 1: Review the importance of having rules and the Constitution.
Introduce the book Shh! Write the following heading on the board or on chart paper: Ask them to think about this question while you are reading the book to them. After the read aloud, brainstorm with the class what their thoughts were about rules they need in their classroom this school year to maintain order and fairness.
Write their responses underneath the heading on the board or chart paper. Then place students in groups of 2—4. Instruct them to choose three rules from the list they brainstormed and generate three Classroom Standards.
Each standard should be stated in the positive. Upon completion, have each group share their positively stated Standards with the class. Record Standards on chart paper.US Constitution Web Sites; Lesson Plans, Teacher Guides, Activities, and more; US Constitution Web Sites.
Documents from the Continental Congress and the Constitutional Convention (Library of Congress). Welcome to the American Perspectives Volume I eText Website for Houston Community College. Follow the instructions below to redeem the access code found in the Pearson Learning Solutions Student Access Kit that was packaged with your book.
2. Using the Preamble as a guide, students write their own preamble, “We the Students,” about the purposes and functions of their classroom.
3. Students then take part in an activity to generate possible rules for their classroom, selecting five of these rules as “articles” for their class constitution. [Name] Classroom Management [Date] Classroom Management Plan. I believe Classroom Management is the key component in any educational setting.
I believe that if students are in a safe environment, then learning can take place. Big Picture. by Dennis Littky and Samantha Grabelle. Table of Contents.
Chapter 1. The Real Goals of Education “Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself.”. This is a comprehensive list of all the HIGHLY RECOMMENDED and RECOMMENDED comics that we have reviewed. It is categorized by grade level to help teachers and librarians pick the best comic literature for students.