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1Unit 5 p. 198 How does the Constitution protect our basic rights? Bill of rights, Freedom of Expression, etc…
2Ch. 23P. 197How does the Constitution protect our freedom of expression1st amendment1. What is freedom of expression?freedom of speech, press, assembly, and petition2. The First Amendment limits the powers of?congress
3P. 199 3. Take brief notes on the following: A. Individual development-Ideas, freedom to say what you thinkB. Advancement of knowledge-Discuss freelyC. Maintenance of representative democracy-Increases the chance of getting such information
4P. 2024. In the Supreme Court Case Tinker v. Des Moines, what did the students want?Some high school students wanted to wear black arm bands to school to protest the Vietnam War5. What did the Supreme Court say about a students right to freedom of expression?Students don’t give up constitutional rights at the school house
56. Over the years, who has developed guidelines to limit freedom of expression? Courts in our countryIs freedom of expression dangerous to public
6Hazelwood School District v. Kuhlmeier (1988) 1. Students wanted to publish stories about what two issues?Teenage pregnancy and divorce2. How did the principal react to the stories?Ordered both stories to be removed
7Lesson Review P. 206#3. What are some circumstances that might cause government to limit the right to freedom of expression?
8Internet Activity Research Richland Board Policy #220. Summarize your findings…You can wear the clothes and express your self as long as it doesn’t affect the community and school members
9Chapter 24 How does the Constitution protect freedom of religion 1. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.”Take brief notes on:Establishment of religion-says that government should be separated from religionFree exercise-each person has the right to believe in what or who ever they want to is what this clause states.
102. Did religious freedom exist in the early English colonies? Not really one religious group may have had complete control3. Why were the founding fathers concerned about religious intolerance?Religions intolerance had often led to conflict4. Government is to be separated from religion. What clause is this idea found in?Establishment clause5. The government can limit the way you practice your religious beliefs under what conditions??If they are contray to public morals, endangered health, or harm the common good
116. When the constitution was written did public schools exist? No7. Should religious teaching be supported in public schools? Explain…Yes, you should be able to learn more daily about what you believe in
12Lesson Review p. 2145. Can government limit your right to freedom of belief? Why or why not?No, this freedom is protected by the First Amendment’s free exercise clause.
13Internet activity Research the following Supreme Court cases: Take brief notes:Allegheny County v. ACLU,-court finds that a nativity scene displayed inside a govt. building violates the establishment clause.Lee v. Weisman-unconstitutional for school to provide clergy to perform at graduationEngel v. Vitale-Any kind of prayer in unconstitutional govt. sponsorship of religion
14P. 216Lesson 25 How has the right to vote expanded since the Constitution was adopted?1. In early colonial times, who was allowed to vote?2. Before the Civil War, who still could not vote?3. List the Civil War Amendments…4. Which Amendment abolished slavery?5. Which Amendment granted full citizenship to African Americans?6. What laws prevented African Americans from voting?
157. The grandfather clause said- 8. People of all races worked to change unfair state laws, these actions became known as:9. This amendment says that the right to vote shall not be denied because a person fails to pay a poll tax?10. In the 1800s, it was a common belief that __________ should not participate in the government.
1611. In 1876, who led a delegation of women to Philadelphia. 12. Name and year, of the first territory to grant women the right to vote?13. What happened in 1920?14. Native Americans were not fully recognized as citizens until what year?15. In the 1960s and 1970s, thousands of young man were drafted to fight in what war?
1716. What did the Twenty-sixth Amendment do? 17. List 3 voting requirements today?18. The United States ranks _________ among the world’s democracies in the percentage of voters who exercise the right to vote?19. What is essential for a democracy?
18Lesson Review p. 224#4. What laws did Congress pass to protect the constitutional right of citizens to vote?
19Internet activity 1. Voter registration form in Cambria County… Write down 3 items you see on the form…
20Lesson 26 How does the Constitution safeguard the right to equal protection of the law? 1. State and local laws required separate facilities. Explain…2. What does the equal protection clause of the 14th Amendment say?3. Laws that required African Americans to go to separate schools are known as?
214. Take brief notes on the following: Plessy v. Ferguson (1896)Brown v. Education (1954)
225. Separation of the races is known as? 6. Who ordered federal troops to escort students into a school in Little Rock, Arkansas?7. When did the civil rights movement start?8. Term which means, to refuse to buy?9. Explain what happened to Rosa Parks?
2310. When and where did Dr. King give his “I Have a Dream” speech? 11. What law ended segregation in public places?12. What groups followed African Americans in their own quest for equal protection?
24Lesson Review p. 232#4. What did the U.S. Supreme Court decide in the Brown v. Board of Education case? Why was this an important decision?
25Go beyond the book…1. Watch Dr. King’s “I Have a Dream” Speech. Take brief notes…
26Lesson 27 How does the Constitution protect the right to due process of law? 1. The right to be treated fairly by government?2. Due processProcedures-Content-3. Due process can be found in what 2 Amendments?
27Solve the problem In re Gault 1. Make a list of unfair procedures used by govt. officials in the case:Before the hearing-At the first hearingAt the second hearing
284. P. 239. Problems of due process involve two govt. responsibilities 4. P Problems of due process involve two govt. responsibilities. Explain1.2.