Middle School

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Justice in the Classroom | Rule of Law & John Marshall

4 Chapter Four:
Chief Justice Marshall's Court and Cases

CIVICS & ECONOMICS SPANISH

(1800 - 1835) John Marshall raises the judicial branch to be co-equal with the executive and legislative branches by the concept of judicial review and establishes the Constitution as the supreme law of the land.

Middle School: 2015 Standards

Virginia
CE.6a The Supreme Court Exercises the Power of Judicial Review
CE.9b Describing the Exercise of Judicial Review Including Marbury v. Madison; State Laws Must Conform to the Virginia and the U. S. Constitutions
National
NSS-USH.5-12.4 Era 4 Expansion & Reform (1801-1861)
NSS-C.5-8.3 Principles of Democracy
Chief Justice Marshall's Court and Cases

Video Presentation

PLAY Chapter Four

Play time without discussion,
approximately 8:45

Chapter Four - Lesson Plans

Judicial Review
Judicial Power: Clear As Mud! (Student Handout)
Judicial Review In Action (Student Handout)
Marbury v Madison: Video Resources
Amar on Marbury v Madison
Alito on Marbury v Madison
Roberts on Marbury v Madison Part 1
Roberts on Marbury v Madison Part 2
Larson on Marbury v Madison
Hawley on Marbury v Madison
George on Marbury v Madison
Midnight Judges—Lead Up to Marbury
Marbury
Judicial Review
Marbury v. Madison: Video Resources
Midnight Judges—Lead Up to Marbury
Marbury
Judicial Review

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