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That's Not Fair! Examining Civil Liberties With the U.S. Supreme Court

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That's Not Fair! Examining Civil Liberties With the U.S. Supreme Court

Grades 9 – 12
Lesson Plan Type Unit
Estimated Time Seven or eight 45-minute sessions
Lesson Author

Lauretta D. Doyle

Hollandale, Wisconsin


International Literacy Association


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Jasmine Jones

February 21, 2015

This is a great lesson plan. I made a few changes to it for a class I'm taking on diversity in the classroom. We expanded the possible pool of cases from those heard by US Supreme Court to international incidents of human rights abuses and violations.



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