CRITICAL THINKING DILEMMA ONE SHEET (#5) 1st AMENDMENT and FREE SPEECH
CRITICAL THINKING DILEMMA ONE SHEET (#5) 1st AMENDMENT and FREE SPEECH GOOGLE SLIDE EDITION!
My DILEMMAS are an excellent supplement to any class focusing on ethics, law, justice, argumentative writing, and debate, and they also work well as last-minute sub plans or stand-alone lessons. This product is cross-curricular and focuses on the 1st Amendment.
Is it morally permissible to censor ideas?
Tennessee vs. John Scopes
The “Monkey Trial”
INCLUDED IN THIS PRODUCT ARE THE FOLLOWING:
✔ A ONE SHEET DILEMMA. Traditionally one sheets are single page documents that summarize a person’s accomplishments, a product, or a film. They are sometimes used to introduce new artists and/or films. They usually contain an image or two, biographical information, and taglines. I have created these DILEMMA ONE SHEETS to help students engage in critical reasoning and to introduce them to philosophy, ethics, law, and justice. They may be used as homework or class work, individual or group work, and even as seminar or debate preparation.
✔ These One Sheets are 11×17. You may print them on regular size paper – the font looks quite small but is still legible – or print them on 11×17 paper. You can also project them on the overhead so the entire class can work through the One Sheet at the same time. I create an assignment in Google Classroom where I post the PDF and then create a separate file where students can answer the questions and submit their answers. You can also take a screenshot of the questions and put them into a Slides folder along with another slide for the answers if this is easier.
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