Indiana Sixth Grade Standard 6 Resources
Sixth Grade Civics
Describe the individual rights held under Article 1 of the Indiana Constitution, such as freed of speech and freedom of religion.
Lesson: What was the first national government like?
- Class Guide [Word] [PDF]
- Vocabulary [Word] [PDF]
- PowerPoint [PPT]
- Reading Exercise “Articles of Confederation” [Word] [PDF]
- Reading Exercise “Shays Rebellion” [Word] [PDF]
- Reading Exercise “Rogue Island” [Word] [PDF]
- Reading Exercise “Federalist #21 (in modern English)-Defects of the Articles of Confederation [PDF]
Inquiry-Based Assessment Question
In Article 8 of the Indiana Constitution guarantees the right to education for Hoosiers by saying “schools… shall be without charge, and equally open to all.” However, the U.S. Constitution does not offer the same guarantee. Should education be a fundamental right guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution?
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