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This presentation was prepared for Deaf and hard of hearing students in Ms. AmyLC's Social Science class.

This presentation was prepared for Deaf and hard of hearing students in Ms. AmyLC's Social Science class.

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  • With an apple in your mouth, you cannot speak –Freedom of Speech.
  • With an apple in your mouth, you cannot speak –Freedom of Speech.
  • With an apple in your mouth, you cannot speak –Freedom of Speech.
  • With an apple in your mouth, you cannot speak –Freedom of Speech.
  • The banana looks like a gun –Freedom to Bear Arms
  • Couch for houseguests recalls quartering soldiers
  • Couch for houseguests recalls quartering soldiers
  • Police need warrants before using search dogs.
  • Eyewitness...you cannot be forced to be a witness against yourself.
  • Football players must be fast...you have the right to a speedy trial.
  • Football players must be fast...you have the right to a speedy trial.
  • Football players must be fast...you have the right to a speedy trial.
  • Football players must be fast...you have the right to a speedy trial.
  • Football players must be fast...you have the right to a fast, speedy trial.
  • There is a gate on the jury box – you have the right to a jury trial.
  • There is a gate on the jury box – you have the right to a jury trial.
  • There is a gate on the jury box – you have the right to a jury trial.
  • Horses for drawing and quartering are a cruel and unusual punishment.
  • Horses for drawing and quartering are a cruel and unusual punishment.
  • There are many flavors of ice cream....we have many rights besides those listed in the Bill of Rights.
  • Juice from oranges is a specialty of the state of Florida....States can create their own rights but must not counter the Constitution.
  • Juice from oranges is a specialty of the state of Florida.... States can create their own rights but must not counter the Constitution.
  • Juice from oranges is a specialty of the state of Florida.... States can create their own rights but must not counter the Constitution.
  • Congress shall make no law respecting the establishment of religion...abridging free speech or press; right of peaceable assembly....to petition the gov’t
  • The Right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.
  • No soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house without consent of the owner.
  • The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers and effects against unreasonable searches and seizures shall not be violated
  • No person shall be...compelled to be a witness against himself or deprived of life, liberty or property without due process or private property be taken for public use without just compensation
  • Accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial
  • ....the fight of trial by jury shall be preserved
  • No excessive bail nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted
  • Enumeration of rights does not deny other rights
  • Powers not delegated to the US by the Constitution are reserved to the states.
  • Powers not delegated to the US by the Constitution are reserved to the states.

Bill of Rights ABCs Bill of Rights ABCs Presentation Transcript

  • Bill of Rights
  • Bill of Rights
  • The First Amendment
  • Some people are really prepared. The First Amendment
  • Some people are really prepared. The First Amendment
  • Some people are really prepared. • • • • • Some = People = Are = Really = Prepared = The First Amendment
  • Some people are really prepared. • • • • • Some = Freedom of Speech People = Freedom of the Press Are = Freedom of Assembly Really = Freedom of Religion Prepared = Freedom to Petition the Government The First Amendment
  • Some people are really prepared. • • • • • Some = Freedom of Speech People = Freedom of the Press Are = Freedom of Assembly Really = Freedom of Religion Prepared = Freedom to Petition the Government The First Amendment
  • Some people are really prepared. • • • • • Some = Freedom of Speech People = Freedom of the Press Are = Freedom of Assembly Really = Freedom of Religion Prepared = Freedom to Petition the Government The First Amendment
  • Some people are really prepared. • • • • • Some = Freedom of Speech People = Freedom of the Press Are = Freedom of Assembly Really = Freedom of Religion Prepared = Freedom to Petition the Government The First Amendment
  • Some people are really prepared. • • • • • Some = Freedom of Speech People = Freedom of the Press Are = Freedom of Assembly Really = Freedom of Religion Prepared = Freedom to Petition the Government The First Amendment