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Minnesota v. Hershberger

Freedom of religion has been a controversial, yet fundamental, tenet of the United States since even before the nation's birth. In a well-constructed lesson, the class compares the Minnesota Constitution to the US Constitution as a means of exploring the basis of this freedom, related controversies, and legal findings. The document includes discussion questions, clear instructions, and all of the necessary materials. It does not provide assessments.

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Resource Details

Grade
9th - 12th
Subjects
Social Studies & History
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Resource Types
Worksheets
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Duration
2 days
Instructional Strategy
Discussion
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