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Britannica - HIgh School    Explains the amendments well, has most court cases

ABC-CLIO - American History   Has court cases in the articles or left column

All databases articles are cited for you 

Finding an Online Image

Britannica ImageQuest   These images are cited for you

Google Images    Use EasyBib

Citing an Online Image

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Bill of Rights Assignment

The Bill of RIghts: 1st 10 Amendments

The Bill of Rights - 1st 10 Amendments

This has the full text of each amendment

The Bill of RIghts

Sample MLA 8 Works Cited Page

Works Cited Document: SET THIS UP FIRST

  •    Title the document: (Bill of Rights Presentation)
  •    Times New Roman,   12 font,   Double Spaced

All Citations: 

  •    ABC order
  •    Every line AFTER the first is indented.
  •    (Return - Tab:  to indent any line after the 1st)

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Your Name

Teacher's Name

Class or Assignment

24 January 2017

Works Cited

"BILL OF RIGHTS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (1791).

     " Bill of Rights Institute. Bill of Rights Institute, 2017. Web. 26 Jan. 2017.

     <http://www.billofrightsinstitute.org/founding-documents/bill-of-rights/>.

"First Amendment." Britannica School. Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc., 2017.

     Web. 24 Jan. 2017. <http://school.eb.com/levels/high/article/438640>.

 

 

Reliable Sites for Research

**US Government for Kids**         Explanation & Fun Facts @ each amendment - Use EasyBib to cite articles

Oyez IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law - has all court cases, search by case name & year - View full case on the left                                               THE CASES ARE CITED FOR YOU

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