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Class discussion and argument can offer a lively introduction to the origins, purposes, and Supreme Court interpretations of the first ten amendments.
This book of reproducible activities allows students to discuss cases as if they are actual judges. For example, the section on the Fourth Amendment centers around the 1968 case of Terry v. Ohio, involving search and seizure, and includes correlated discussion questions and suggestions to help class members analyze the case. Critical thinking skills also are sharpened through examination of controversies such as drug testing, demonstrating how issues today are affected by the Bill of Rights.
This title is part of the series: YOU DECIDE!
Critical Thinking Press