Free Speech is a Privilege That Can be Revoked - Section 2: Guiding the Learning

 
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Is it Really "Ok" to Say What We are Thinking?

Unit 13: Creating our Government Through Blood, Sweat and Fears
Lesson 6 of 6

Objective: SWBAT...demonstrate understanding of the effects of our constitutional ideals through debating the pros and cons of having freedom of speech.

Big Idea: Life changes. People change. Ideals change as society grows and matures. What was good for mankind years ago may not continue to be good for people of today. To ensure we protect our freedoms we need to evaluate what ideals we still believe in.

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