Our Wheel of SCOTUS contains all 9 Foundational Documents form the AP GoPo redesign.
You can play any way you like. Here are my rules.
Divide the class into 3 teams. Teams 1, 2, and 3.
Each students gets a Wheel of Foundational Documents Review Sheet
Project the Wheel of Foundational Documents so all the students can see.
The teacher spins the Wheel of Foundational Documents .
Everyone must be silent. Anyone speaking out of turn is penalized one point for their entire team.
When the Wheel lands on a case, the first person to raise their hand gets to try first. Only that person may speak!
This lucky person has five seconds to state correctly what the foundational document is about.
You can play the role of fact checker, or you could assign two or three students to be the fact checkers (using textbooks, notes, or online resources to check facts) who determine if points are awarded. (Warning: You may need to fact check the checkers!)
If the person answers correctly their team gains one point.
If they are unable to answer in the allotted time, or if they answer incorrectly their team loses one point. (You might count double for The U.S. Constitution - just sayin’!)
If the document is correctly answered, remove it from the wheel with the REMOVE button from the online game board below.
If the document is not correctly answered, keep the case in the game with the CLOSE button from the online game board below.
All students should take notes on correct answers in their Wheel of Foundational Documents Review Sheet.
At the end of class all students should have their review sheets completed.
Repeat until there are no documents left on the wheel. The team with the most points wins.
You could (if you believe in this sort of thing) award extra credit points base don the final score.