Privacy in the Age of Video Surveillance: This Is Not Your Father's Candid Camera

Eighth graders examine the use of video surveillance in the corporate world and other life situations. In groups, they determine how many times and in what situations they believe they are being watched. They use the Constitution to identify any part of it that might protect them. To end the lesson, they determine the differences between security and privacy.

8th Social Studies & History 4 Views 12 Downloads
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Inquiry-Based Learning

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