Do you need a comprehensive and engaging lesson on the The Establishment and Free Exercise Clause and its impact on the the principle of separation of church and state in America? This is the activity you've been looking for!
This "The Establishment and Free Exercise Clause" Activity includes:
1) A DBQ based activity that will test the knowledge of your students regarding The Establishment and Free Exercise Clause to the constitution. Students will answer basic questions regarding the clause. Next they will be given scenarios that would be covered by the clause to determine if they are constitutional or not. Finally they will compare quotes by James Madison and Thomas Jefferson and their feelings about religion and it's role in government.
2) A detailed answer key to the lesson activity to save you time and help guide student comprehension.
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