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Lesson Plan: Fayette v. Take Two



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Lesson Plan: Fayette v. Take Two

Assessment: Students will write a “justice’s opinion” and apply first amendment interpretations to a simulated case. From there they will use their written opinions to discuss and debate the issue to try to arrive at a consensus in small groups. There will be a debrief discussion as well.

Quality Criteria:

Level of Understanding Demonstrated


4-

Advanced


3-

Proficient



2-

Approaching

Proficiency


1-

Basic


Based on their written opinions, students demonstrate understanding of conflicts created by free speech rights and are able to formulate a rational opinion when presented with a realistic First Amendment conflict.


Written opinion strongly demonstrates a thorough understanding of free speech conflicts and proposes a compromise or solution that applies first amendment principles thoughtfully. All requirements are followed. (See student packet).

Written opinion demonstrates a solid understanding of free speech conflicts and proposes a compromise or solution that applies first amendment principles. All requirements are followed. (See student packet).


Written opinion demonstrates some understanding of free speech conflicts and proposes a compromise or solution that applies first amendment principles. Most requirements are followed. (See student packet).

Written opinion demonstrates a limited understanding of free speech conflicts and proposes a vague compromise or solution that applies first amendment principles. A majority of requirements are followed. (See student packet).



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