This AP English Language—Argument lesson plan also includes:
All things are subject to interpretation ... and that includes the Bill of Rights. Scholars work through activities to analyze and consider various interpretations and perspectives of the rights listed in the Constitution. They complete questions, write claims, and carry out discussions to cement their understanding.
- Use the resource along with studying the founding of America and the Constitution
- Invite a judge to speak with the class about upholding the Constitution
- Includes group work
- Contains real-life examples for the amendments
- Lists Teacher Talk sections to help guide discussion