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Supreme Court decision WV School Board v. Barnette. Among the most interesting, important, and stylish USSC majority opinions ever written. Ideal for AP Lang and Comp. Common Core requires study of founding documents in most states. Challenging and current ideas; highly specific application. Very
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This activity requires students to search several provided websites to find details regarding the historical context of Erik Larson's The Devil In The White City. The WebQuest closes with a synthesizing creative project. The resource is provided as a Word Doc so you may edit as needed.
This document features just over 250 possible vocabulary words for Bryan Stevenson's Just Mercy. Forty-five words that appear multiple times are noted as well. THIS PRODUCT IS JUST A LIST OF WORDS. The words are divided by sections and chapters. The Word document is editable. You could ask students
This bundle includes resources for teaching Bryan Stevenson's nonfiction book Just Mercy and Ava DuVernay's documentary film 13th (which features Stevenson in many of its interviews).Includes guided reading/viewing questions, bell-ringer questions, and a supplemental lesson on the 13th, 14th, and 8t
Basic questions for every Chapter in the Adapted version of Bryan Stevenson's "Just Mercy" with a final assignment of 6 different essay choices. Each chapter has around 8-12 questions. My class read along to the audio version and answered questions using their book afterward. This unit took me 5 we
This Literacy Project can easily be edited or adapted to other subjects, but this project packet is prepared for a Business/Marketing/Law course. Resources contained in this packet include: 1. Student Project Sheet with instructions 2. Sign up Sheet to be posted online or hung on wall 3. Example of
Fr. Boyle discusses his view of "boundless compassion" in a demonized community which will open eyes and hearts. This is an alternative and humane view to the "lock up all the gangbangers and throw away the key" mentality currently favored by many criminal justice professionals.
Students will research, write about, and reflect on the life of THURGOOD MARSHALL! The book includes 6 pages of research and writing prompts and are easy to assemble! Kid Friendly Internet sites are included.
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Step into the American jury box and help students understand cases for English and Civics.This guide does not cover all of the cases, but highlights those that are critical for understanding terms. Questions are aimed at stimulating student’s thinking for Civics and life.
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Liven up your remote or traditional classroom by inviting students to investigate and then present these Just Mercy pre-reading topics. This activity provides structure for productive break-out groups in Zoom. Students will enjoy finding pictures of and facts about Bryan Stevenson and the Equal Just
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I've developed chapter questions for "Just Mercy" to help keep my students current in their reading requirements. A total of 24 pages, and while some chapters have more questions than others, the average number of questions per chapter is 10.I use this in a class called "Writing in the Liberal Arts.

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