This Schenck v. US lesson plan also includes:
Freedom of speech is absolute—or is it? The Supreme Court case Schenck v. United States has learners research what free speech really looks like. A short video along with paired work creates open discussion and thought on what speech is allowed and what might be considered a clear and present danger to society.
- Includes Stop and Think sections of the lesson, which require stopping the video at certain points
- Lesson includes video to assist audio and visual learning
- Resource provides detailed plans for teacher use throughout the lesson