Students having trouble understanding the various components of the First Amendment? Make sure that your students are able to tell the difference between some of the key terms and vocabulary involved in this important topic. This would be a perfect assessment or interactive notebook activity after teaching the First Amendment Rights. Students are asked to cut out each sentence and decide whether it fits with the category of Freedom of Speech, Freedom to Assemble, Freedom of Press, Freedom of Religion, Freedom of Petition, and Freedom of Expression. They then glue under the correct heading on the included sheet OR paste into a social studies interactive journal. An answer key is included for easy grading.
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