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The 1st Amendment: Rights & Responsibilities as a Protestor (Ages 15-18)
Learn the Constitutional rights of protestors and law enforcement in this one-time class on the 1st amendment.
The 1st Amendment gives us the right to 'assemble', but what does that really mean? In this brief, one-time class, students will get a thorough and ever-important lesson on the 1st amendment, what it says, laws related to it, and how to use it properly to protest or demonstrate. Students will learn what protestors legal rights are, as well as the legal rights of law enforcement during a protest. The purpose is to help students understand everyone's legal rights during a protest or...
Students will gain a clear understanding of the basic legal rights and responsibilities for everyone under the 1st amendment. Class will be taught from a Constitutional, legal, and factual perspective.
I hold both bachelors and masters degrees in Legal Studies and have spent 20+ years studying and working in the criminal justice and legal fields with attorney's, judges, and victim's rights advocates. I'm also a veteran homeschool mom with experience teaching high level civics topics to middle and high school students. Please feel free to review my profile for more details, or message me with questions!
Instructions and a one-time code will be provided before class to enter and use Nearpod. This is a FREE and easy resource to make class more fun and engaging.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Class will focus on the topic of everyone's legal rights during a protest, march, demonstration, etc. Examples of protests throughout history will be briefly mentioned but the class will not discuss details, nor will the class be involved in controversial debates or discussions. This course is a fact-based presentation of the legal rights of everyone involved in a protest. Multiple sources will be used.
U.S. Constitution Cornell Law ACLU.org Human Rights Watch
Meet the teacher
Hello and welcome to my page! My name is Mrs. Erica and I TRULY believe that the next generations can (and will!) change the world! I offer engaging social studies courses about civics, law, criminal justice, politics, geopolitics, current...
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Completed by 5 learners
Live video meetings
2-8 learners per class