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Jessi Courtright

Student Instructions

Free Speech

Move the labels for the 6 SCOTUS decisions about the first Amendment and civil liberties that we've studied so far on the activity to the 2 columns- which cases do you think the SCOTUS decided correctly that you agree with the outcome, and which do you disagree with? (None can be in the middle/on the black line where they are now- you need to choose a side!) After completing the activity, write a caption about one case that you disagreed with and explain why you have that opinion. Be sure that you are using your knowledge of constitutional law to support your argument.

11th Grade, 12th Grade, Social Studies, History
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