Freedom of Expression


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This is the first lesson in a unit of five lessons that explains how the Bill of Rights was adopted and the importance of these rights. (This lesson may take two days, with extended time for the students posters). It is designed to examine five basic rights protected under the constitution. The five rights are expression, religion, equal protection, due process, and the
right to vote. By examining these rights students will understand their importance in a democratic society.

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    Grade: 5

    Topics: American Democracy, Civics

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    Beneficiary: Teachers