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    This is a bundle of 16 highly animated, power point presentations on Landmark Supreme Court Cases targeted to the High School Curriculum. All 16 presentations together number 278 slides. Each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change them to fit your individual needs.

    Landmark Supreme Court Cases are those cases whose rulings have had far reaching impact on citizen rights in the United States. There are literally hundreds of such cases in the past and will continue to be added.

    This bundle satisfies Florida Benchmark SS.912.C.3.10: Analyze the significance and outcomes of Landmark Supreme Court Cases.

    Marbury v. Madison, 1803...establishes the principle of Judicial review.

    Gibbons v. Ogden, 1824...established Federal Government's power to regulate Interstate Commerce.

    Dred Scott v. Sanford, 1857...defined the right of citizen/slaves.

    Plessy v. Ferguson, 1896...established "separate but equal" protection under the law.

    Brown v. Board of Education, 1954...overturned Plessy v. Ferguson "separate but equal".

    Mapp v. Ohio, 1961... defines due process, illegal search and seizure based on the 4th Amendment

    Gideon v. Wainwright, 1963...establishes the right to have legal counsel.

    Miranda v. Arizona, 1966...establishes “Due Process” for the rights of the accused.

    In re Gault v. United States, 1967... establishes “Due Process” for juveniles.

    Tinker v. Des Moines, 1969...defines "free speech" and 1st Amendment rights.

    Roe v. Wade, 1973...due process clause extended to a woman's decision to have an abortion.

    United States v. Nixon, 1974...Rule of Law: the President is not above the law.

    Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier, 1988...defines the rights of "free speech for students."

    Texas v. Johnson, 1989...defines the right to burn the American Flag based on the 1st Amendment.

    Bush v. Gore, 2000...defines equal protection as it relates to voting rights.

    District of Columbia v. Heller, 2008...affirms the right to bear arms for citizens.

    Power point presentation #1 is entitled, Landmark Supreme Court Case - Marbury v. Madison contains 12 slides and covers the following:

    Marbury v. Madison (2)

    Diagram of the Case

    The Two Sides of the Issue

    The Decision of the Supreme Court

    The Opinion of the Chief Justice

    Arguments of the Case

    John Marshall Quote in Ruling

    The Impact of the Decision

    Did the Supreme Court Get it Right?

    Power point presentation #2 is entitled, Landmark Supreme Court Case - Gibbons v. Ogden contains 10 slides and covers the following:

    Case Map

    Gibbons v. Ogden

    The Two Sides of the Issue

    The Decision of the Supreme Court

    The Opinion of the Chief Justice

    The Impact of the Decision

    Did the Supreme Court Get it Right?

    End of Presentation

    Power point presentation #3 is entitled, Landmark Supreme Court Case - Dred Scott v. Sanford contains 15 slides and covers the following:

    Who was Dred Scott?

    Events Affecting Dred Scott’s fate

    Timeline of Events

    The Two Sides of the Issue

    The Decision of the Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court also Ruled

    The Missouri Compromise

    Missouri Compromise Map

    The Spread of Slavery in the United States

    The Impact of the Decision

    Did the Supreme Court Get it Right?

    Power point presentation #4 is entitled, Landmark Supreme Court Case - Plessy v. Ferguson contains 12 slides and covers the following:

    Who is Homer Plessy?

    The “one drop” rule

    Events Leading up to the Lawsuit

    Events Leading up to the Lawsuit (cont)

    Jim Crow Laws

    The Constitutional Issue

    Decision of the Supreme Court

    Impact of the Supreme Court's Decision

    Did the Supreme Court Get it Right?

    What if Racial Segregation Never Ended?

    Power point presentation #5 is entitled, Landmark Supreme Court Case - Brown v. Board of Education contains 15 slides and covers the following:

    Who are the Browns?

    The Local Parents

    Events Leading up to the Lawsuit

    Events Leading up to the Lawsuit (cont)

    School Segregation Map

    Events Leading up to the Lawsuit (cont)

    The District Court Ruling

    The Supreme Court Review

    The Opinions of the Court

    Decision of the Supreme Court

    Impact of the Supreme Court's Decision

    Did the Supreme Court Get it Right?

    Power point presentation #6 is entitled, Landmark Supreme Court Case - Mapp v. Ohio contains 14 slides and covers the following:

    Background

    Circumstances of the Case

    Forcible Entry

    Arrest

    Two Sides of the Issue

    Amendment IV

    The Exclusionary Rule

    Supreme Court Decision

    Impact of the Ruling

    “Due Process” Defined

    Did the Supreme Court Get it Right?

    Due Process

    Power point presentation #7 is entitled, Landmark Supreme Court Case - Gideon v. Wainwright contains 14 slides and covers the following:

    The Arrest of Clarence Gideon

    Gideon’s Court Appearance

    Gideon’s Time in Prison

    Prison Correspondence

    The Decision of the Supreme Court

    The Opinions of the Court

    Impact of the Courts Decision

    Impact of the Courts Decision

    Did the Supreme Court Get it Right?

    Bobby Kennedy Quote

    Gideon’s Headstone

    Power point presentation #8 is entitled, Landmark Supreme Court Case - Miranda v. State of Arizona contains 19 slides and covers the following:

    Who Was Ernesto Miranda (3)

    Impending Attack

    Testimony of the Victim

    Mistaken Identity

    Miranda’s Arrest

    Written Confession

    Lower Court Trial & Sentencing

    Appeal to the Supreme Court

    The Issue with the 5th Amendment

    The Supreme Court's Ruling

    Impact of the Court's Ruling

    The Court’s Opinion

    Did the Supreme Court Get it Right?

    The Miranda Warning

    End of Presentation

    Power point presentation #9 is entitled, Landmark Supreme Court Case - In re Gault v. United States contains 20 slides and covers the following:

    Background

    Gault’s Story

    Judge McGhee

    Sentencing

    Additional Facts

    No Appeal

    McGhee’s Statements

    Arizona Law

    McGhee’s Rulings (2)

    Basis of Court Appeal (2)

    Supreme Court Decision

    Majority Opinion

    Dissenting Opinions

    Significance of the Ruling

    Did the Supreme Court Get it Right?

    American Juvenile Justice

    Power point presentation #10 is entitled, Landmark Supreme Court Case - Tinker v. Des Moines contains 13 slides and covers the following:

    Tinker v. Des Moines Map

    Who Were the Tinkers?

    School Policy

    Lost in the District Court

    Lost in the Court of Appeals

    Two Sides of the Argument

    The Supreme Court Ruling (2)

    End of Presentation

    Power point presentation #11 is entitled, Landmark Supreme Court Case - Roe v. Wade contains 46 slides and covers the following:

    Roe v. Wade

    Viability

    Meet “Jane Roe”

    Lawsuit Filed

    District Court Ruling

    The Case Goes to the Supreme Court

    Court Transition

    First Round

    Case Reargued

    Second Round

    Supreme Court Ruling

    Right to Privacy

    Competing Interests

    Fetal Right to Life

    Trimester Issue: Viability

    Trimester Issue: Legislative

    Justiciability: Standing

    Justiciability: Mootness

    Dissents: White (3)

    Dissents: Rehnquist (2)

    Life: at Conception

    Life: After Viability

    Supporting Woman’s Rights

    Avoiding the Risk

    Opposition Grows

    State Reactions (2)

    Notable Reactions

    Harry Blackmun

    Stevens & Ginsburg

    Eroding Support (2)

    Partial Birth Abortion Ban Act

    Rulings Impact (2)

    Norma McCorvey (2)

    State Trigger Laws

    Did the Court Get it Right?

    Meet Jane Roe

    Power point presentation #12 is entitled, Landmark Supreme Court Case - United States v. Nixon contains 16 slides and covers the following:

    The Case

    The Watergate Scandal

    The Watergate Investigation

    Release of the Tapes

    Nixon’s Argument

    The Supreme Court’s Ruling

    The Supreme Court’s Ruling

    Opinions of the Court

    Impact of the Case

    Did the Supreme Court Get it Right?

    Newspaper Montage

    Resignation Letter

    Power point presentation #13 is entitled, Landmark Supreme Court Case - Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier contains 16 slides and covers the following:

    The Case

    Two Objections

    Issue #1

    Issue #2

    Lawsuit Filed

    District Court Ruling

    Court of Appeals Ruling

    Supreme Court Ruing

    Opinions of the Court (2)

    Impact of the Case (2)

    Did the Supreme Court Get it Right?

    End of Presentation

    Power point presentation #14 is entitled, Landmark Supreme Court Case - Texas v. Johnson contains 12 slides and covers the following:

    Background of the Case

    Burning the Flag

    Arrest & Conviction

    Two Sides of the Issue

    Argument

    Argument

    Supreme Court Decision

    Supreme Court Decision

    Significance of the Ruling

    Did the Supreme Court Get it Right?

    Power point presentation #15 is entitled, Landmark Supreme Court Case - Bush v. Gore 29 contains slides and covers the following:

    Issues of the 2000 Presidential Election (7)

    Map of Initial Election Results

    Map of Alleged Voting Irregularities

    Issues of the 2000 Presidential Election (2)

    Two Sides of the Issue (2)

    Rapid Developments

    Court Issues to Be Resolved

    “Stay” of the FL Recount

    Writ of Certiorari

    The Supreme Court’s Ruling (4)

    Justice Scalia Opinion

    Dissenting Opinions

    Impact of the Case

    Did the Supreme Court Get it Right?

    Final Tally

    End of Presentation

    Power point presentation #16 is entitled, Landmark Supreme Court Case - District of Columbia v. Heller contains 15 slides and covers the following:

    D. C. Handgun Laws

    Heller’s Complaint

    Court Procedures

    The Issue in Question

    The Second Amendment

    The Supreme Court’s Ruling

    The Supreme Court’s Ruling (cont)

    Justice Scalia’s Opinion

    Dissenting Opinion: Stevens

    Dissenting Opinion: Breyer

    Impact of the Case

    Did the Supreme Court Get it Right?

    This is one of many bundled power point presentations I offer in my store under the heading.... Landmark Supreme Court Cases. I also offer these as individual presentations in my store as well.

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