Have your students signed up for individual accounts? If you have a school-wide subscription to BrainPOP, students will be able to use our SnapThought ® tool to play Your Bill of Rights.

The SnapThought tool allows students to capture meaningful moments in their game play with opportunities for brief written reflection. To use the tool, start by making sure students are logged into My BrainPOP with their own individual accounts. Once students are logged in, the SnapThought tool will appear below any games that offer this capability.

During game play, students can click the SnapThought tool up to five times. A thumbnail, or “snapshot” is generated and stored on the bottom left of the screen.  At any point in the game, students can click their snapshot(s), type a brief reflection, which may be a response to an open-ended prompt, and save or submit to the teacher’s account for you to review and respond to.

You can use the SnapThought tool to facilitate discussion around game play and strategies, or have students submit their snapshots to you for assessment or accountability. Here are a few ideas and prompts for using the SnapThought tool in Your Bill of Rights.

  • Take a snapshot of a case before assigning it to a lawyer. Explain which lawyer you’re assigning it to and why.
  • Take a snapshot of a case in which you think the client does not have a right. Explain why he or she doesn’t have a case.
  • Take a snapshot after a case is rejected and explain why you thought it was defendable.
  • At the end of the game, click “View Certificate” and take a snapshot. Explain why you won or lost the race.


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