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You Decide: First Amendment of the US Constitution
Thursday, March 26 2020 @ 12:30PM - 1:30PM EDT| Free
The United States Constitution was drafted in Philadelphia in 1787 at the Constitutional Convention. However, many delegates felt that the document was not truly complete, since it did not include a list of rights that offered people protections from abuses of power by the government. These delegates felt that the lack of these rights would prevent ratification by the States, and after further deliberations, crafted ten Amendments to the Constitution that are known collectively as the Bill of Rights.
In this hour long workshop, we will explore the First Amendment, using cases and examples that will cover both the Founders’ intent and further interpretation by the judiciary.
Students should have:
- Notebook Paper
- Pen or Pencil
- Working microphone is preferred for full participation in this class
15 available seats in every class.
Minimum five students to run ANY class.
Registration is a COMMITMENT as these classes are FREE and you are taking a seat from another interested student.
Class to last between 30 – 60 minutes depending on content and instructor.
Our goal is to have your children learn something NEW!!!
Please ONLY register for those which are DEVELOPMENTALLY appropriate for your child.
NO homework given – but follow up ideas shared for parents to implement.
We are only posting a week’s worth of classes at a time as we are not sure of the “situation” In the world beyond that. This is to help parents with homeschooling at a time of “uncertainty”.
Families will be sent a LINK 24 hours before class. This is how your child will enter the classroom.
YOU MUST USE GOOGLE CHROME to enter the classroom. Please install this before your first class.
We hope to see you there!