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Do Students Have a Right to Read?

Learners use several sources to determine how the First Amendment protects their access to books in the school library. They examine a Supreme Court decision and their own school district's policy about the removal of controversial books from libraries.

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Instructional Ideas

  • Consider adapting some of the discussion prompts to a Socratic Seminar
  • Use this resource during your own classroom study of such banned books as Of Mice and Men, or while reviewing major Supreme Court cases
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