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Students and the First Amendment

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What is the first amendment? (Answer in a few words)
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The 1st Amendment protects
The First Amendment and High School Students
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The First Amendment and High School Students
4. Open question
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What are the five freedoms protected by the First Amendment?
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The First Amendment also protects students' rights to free expression. This includes the right to express controversial opinions, and to engage in peaceful protests.
Concepts:
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Concepts:
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The First Amendment applies to public schools, meaning schools that are funded by the government, not private schools. Student journalists can't be forced to publish anything they don't want to, even if it's something a school administrator requests.
Did you know?
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In 1969, students in Des Moines, Iowa protested the Vietnam War by wearing black armbands to school.
Tinker v. Des Moines: The Right to Free Speech
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Tinker v. Des Moines: The Right to Free Speech
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Tinker v. Des Moines: The Right to Free Speech
11. Open question
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What are examples of how students are protected by the First Amendment?
12. Open question
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Do you think it's important for students to have the same rights as adults under the First Amendment?
13. Open question
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What would happen if students didn't have the same rights as adults under the First Amendment?
14. Poll
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What is the First Amendment?
  • The first amendment is a rule that allows students to do whatever they want in school.
  • The first amendment is a law that only applies to adults.
  • The first amendment is part of the United States Constitution that protects freedom of speech, religion, press, assembly, and petition.
15. Poll
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Does the First Amendment protect students in schools?
  • Yes, the First Amendment protects students' rights to free speech and expression in schools.
  • Only some parts of the First Amendment apply to students.
  • No, students have no rights in schools.
16. Poll
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Can students express their opinions freely in school?
  • Students cannot express their opinions freely in school at all.
  • Students can say anything they want without any consequences.
  • Students have some rights to express their opinions freely in school as long as it does not disrupt the learning environment or violate certain rules set by the school authorities.
17. Open question
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Work together in pairs: What is one example of how students' rights to freedom of speech are protected by the First Amendment?

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