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  1.   Religious Expression in Public Schools
? Religious Expression in Public Schools ? Purpose Students will gain an understanding that religious expression is a historical factor in the founding of the United States. The tolerance of religious expression is known around the world as a key element in the founding freedoms and ideas of our nation. development of personal identity. Ve. describe and exami...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  2.   CT-N State Civics Toolbox: General Activities - Tracking a Legislator
...ns. Activity: Each student will select a member of the current Connecticut State Legislature to concentrate on for his/her semester project. This project combines both analysis and policy definition. All project components are indicated below; teachers must make deadline determinations according to school calendars. All dates suggested here are examples. February 5 1. Select a Legislative member. 2. Begin log of legislator's activities, including bills sponsored, co-sponsored, public appearances, speeches, articles, time spent at the Capitol versus in his/her district. A complete log of the events, decisions, policy init...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  3.   Religion In The Schools
Skip Page LinksWelcome to Washington State Courts Courts Home Page Logo Courts Home Educational Resources Lessons_ Search Site Map eService Center Judges in the Classroom Lesson Plan Religion In The Schools Source: Written by the Institute for Citizen Education in the Law, Seattle, WA, and updated in 1999. Staff at the Washington State Office of the Administrator for the Courts (OAC) edited the lesson. For more information, contact OAC Judicial Education, 1206 Quince Street SE, PO Box 41170, Olympia, WA 98504-1170. Object...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  4.   CongressLink: [U.S. Constitution] Amending the Constitution
...onstitution, over 7,000 amendments have been proposed. Of those, only thirty-three have ever been passed through Congress and only twenty-six were then ratified by the states. Amendments continue to be proposed in Congress on a regular basis. A current amendment in the spotlight is the amendment on school prayer. Defeated in 1998 but reintroduced in 1999, it serves as an example of the many aspects a Congressman must consider when deciding to support or oppose an amendment. This lesson will go be beyond the well-studied amendments of the Bill of Rights and offer students insight into the changes the Constitution has unde...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  5.   Book Review: The Chosen
...accepts his son's decision. Related Reading _ THEME OPENERS 1. Linking to Today: Religion. Help students explore the subject of religion in the United States today by identifying the different religions that Americans practice, by describing current religious controversies (such as the debate over school prayer), and by discussing the role that religious leaders play in their communities. Finally, ask students to compare their own impressions of the importance of religion in the United States today with the role of religion in the lives of the characters as they read The Chosen and the related readings. 2. Bildungsroman...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  6.   BBC - WW2 People's War - Learning Zone - Schools: Faith in Wartime
...ndex Search WW2 - People's War 19 January 2008 Accessibility help Text only BBC Homepage BBC History WW2 People's War Homepage Archive List Timeline About This Site Print this page Contact Us Like this page? Send it to a friend! About this site You are browsing in: About This Site > Learning Zone > Schools: Faith in Wartime Activities for Schools: Faith in Wartime The resources on this page can be used by teachers and community educators in classrooms and learning centres. Lesson Plans are based on extracts from stories which were submitted to the WW2 People's War site. They are suitable for both primary and secondary st...
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    Grade Level: 3-8

  7.   Setting the Stage: What is the proper context for teaching religion in public schools?
Setting the Stage: What is the proper context for teaching religion in public schools? Toni Bishop, Scott County High School Objective: At the conclusion of this lesson, students should be able to: Distinguish between appropriate and inappropriate methods of teaching of religion in public schools, as demonstrated by the creation of a t-chart, 3 creative scenarios involving the teaching of religion, and...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  8.   Would People Join an 'Atheist Club' in Your School?
A recent article describes a high school in a Bible Belt Florida town that has an after-school club for atheists. The article also reports that atheist clubs have been springing up at more and more high schools. How do you think such a club would be greeted at your school? Would you attend any of the club's events, or even become a member? Why or why not? In "...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  9.   Do You Have a Prayer?
First Amendment Center ASCD First Amendment SchoolsEducating for Freedom and Responsibility About the ProjectInvolve your schoolFive FreedomsResources _ Lesson Links: _ Lesson PlansPolicies and _ Print this document Email this document _ Printer-Friendly ProceduresPublicationsResearch True/False Quiz and ReportsWebsite LinksNews & Do You Have a Prayer? Handout A Events...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  10.   Separation of Church and State as it Relates to Public Schools
Separation of Church and State as it Relates to Public Schools A question of law and ethics in today's society. th 7-8 Grade Religion / Social Studies / Composition For Mrs. Joni Darmody jonidarm@gmail.com Duluth Junior Academy March 26, 2006 Faith Integration: This assignment is designed to give students the opportunity to discover a possible solution to a problem t...
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    Grade Level: 6-8


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