8th Amendment Punishment Death Penalty Debate | Reading | Print & Digital

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This purchase includes an engaging one-page reading about the 8th Amendment (Punishment) of the Bill of Rights and a one-page reading about the pros and cons of the death penalty, Capital Punishment.

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"Great conversation piece. Allows a discussion by accident and looking further into state law that I wouldn't have normally done. Great connector to current events too. Thank you for making a great piece!" Tanya

Both documents include critical thinking questions. Perfect for your secondary Civics/American Government class. Includes both print and DIGITAL versions. Perfect for distance learning.

This product includes both a print and digital version compatible with Google Classroom. Both teacher and student directions are included. Simply share the resources with your students via Google or Google Classroom. Students will be able to type directly into the document.

Updated 2-23


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2 print & 2 Digital
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Cite specific textual evidence to support analysis of primary and secondary sources, connecting insights gained from specific details to an understanding of the text as a whole.
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