First Amendment - Open Structure Version
Learn about the Critical Rights Protected by the First Amendment
Why and how did we get a Bill of Rights? Which rights does the First Amendment cover? Why do they matter just as much (or maybe more) today? This interactive, online course will explain, enlighten, and entertain.
Why We Almost Didn't Get a Bill of Rights
Freedom of Religion
Freedom of Speech
Freedom of the Press
The Right to Peaceable Assembly & Petition for Redress of Grievances
How Americans Have Used First Amendment Rights to Create Change
This course has an "open" structure, meaning students can view each lecture in whichever order they prefer, and are not required to complete videos and/or quizzes in order to proceed to the next lecture.
Teachers - If you'd like to see the educational standards covered by this course, use the Standards Alignment tool on izzit.org. Each section is aligned separately in case you wish to use only particular sections.
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