If You Have 60 to 90 Minutes with a Group


If You Have 60 to 90 Minutes with a Group
Ready-to-go resources make it possible to involve guests in a naturalization ceremony, especially in September for Constitution Day and Citizenship Day; or make any day Bill of Rights Day -- not just December 15.


Constitution Day and Citizenship Day: Naturalization Ceremonies
On or before September 17, but also appropriate throughout the year.
 
Preparation Time: Judges and lawyers spend 30 minutes reviewing the web resources.

Program Duration:
Depends on number of new citizens and the format (usually 60-90 minutes).

Audiences:
Middle school students through adults.

Activity Resources: Pre-ceremony planning to involve students in the event.

Bill of Rights Day, December 15
The 225th anniversary of the Bill of Rights is December 15, 2016.

Preparation Time:
Judges and lawyers spend 30 minutes reviewing the web resources.

Program Duration:
60-90 minutes.

Audiences: Middle school students through adults.

Activity Resources: For courtrooms and classrooms -- videos, activities, and discussion starters. 

Activities and Discussion Starters:

Resources produced by the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts. For more, go to http://www.uscourts.gov/about-federal-courts/educational-resources.

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