Do I Have A Right

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Game Content

    Description:

    Do I Have a Right? explores the Bill of Rights in the context of operating and growing a Constitutional law firm from obscure to distinguished status. Hire lawyers with special talents and areas of expertise and assign them to distraught clients with legal quandaries of varying validity. Wield the Bill of Rights like a high power microscope, examine a variety of fun and quirky legal cases, and ultimately become a prestigious purveyor of expert legal advice.

    Publisher:

    Filament Games and Our Courts

    URL:

    http://www.ourcourts.org/flashgames/dihar/index.html

    Time Period:

    1770 2009
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Classroom Details

    Grade Level:

    6-13

    Free:

    yes

    Game Length:

    short

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Review: Very good game!!!!!
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Review: i love this game i play it at my school it's so fun
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Review: This is so wonderful! For those who got through Public School without learning a thing on government, like me, this makes it fun!!!
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Review: it is fun it iz like the sims i enjoyed playing diz im tell all mi friends to play it
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Review: I found Do I Have A Right to be a very effective way to teach the Bill of Rights and other key constitutional amendments. Students were engaged and loved customizing their individual law firms. A+
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Review: Great Game!!!!
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Review: If you only play one history or civics game with your students this should be it!

It only takes about 30-40 minutes to play, making it a perfect fit for most class periods. The game does a great job at creating a fun and engaging game space in which players need to commit the various rights embedded in constitutional amendments and mobilize that knowledge in individual contextualized real world instances where those rights are expressed.

Fantastic game!
By: trevor

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