Bill of Rights
What are your rights as a US citizen?
Creative Component Checklist

Getting Started

1.      Brainstorm a list of ideas that you have for your creative presentation. THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX be as original and creative as you would like!

2.      Allow each group member to vote on the best idea. If there is a tie, the Manager will make the final decision.

Tips on Planning (choose to plan a skit, song, poem, or other idea)

A.     Group Skit

Scene 1: First, show what life would be like without the Amendment

Scene 2: Next, show what life would be like with the Amendment

a.      Write out the script for each character in the skit. Make sure each person has a role to play.

b.      Think about props, costumes, or items you will want to include in your play.

c.       The skit should be no longer than 2 or 3 minutes.

 

B.      Song

Write a song (singing or rap) that explains why your assigned amendment is important.

a.      Find a beat or background music that you can write song lyrics to.

b.      Make sure each person has a role in the song.

c.       The song should be no longer than 2 minutes.

C.     Poem

Write a poem that explains why your assigned amendment is important.

a.      Make sure each person writes a few stanzas to the poem.

b.      Make sure each person has a role in reciting or reading the poem aloud.

D.    Other ideas?

a.      Check-in with Mr. Kim about your idea first.

b.      Make sure each person has a role in the performance.

Rehearsals and Video Recordings

1.      You will need to write out your song lyrics or your script before you are allowed to video record your performance.

2.      If you are not ready to record your performance by next Monday (01/24), you will not be allowed to videotape your performance.

Creative Component Planning