Thursday, January 7, 2016 Do I have a right?

If you are looking for a fun, challenging, and engaging interactive to help your students learn about rights, then look no further than iCivics interactive game: "Do I have a Right?" It allows the students to act as a "law firm" and determine whether "clients" have a right or not and if they (as the law firm) will take their case. It is a game-based format, with students working to do well, earn "prestige" and increase their Firm's power and notoriety. The more cases the firm wins, the better! Students determine whether the clients have a case or not as far as if their rights were violated. Students also earn more prestige on their ability to determine the most important parts of the clients case/description. Upgrade, increase power, and learn about the rights!

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