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Making Civics Real Workshop 1: Freedom of Religion  
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The hearing would normally take about an hour although the presentation time for each side could be adjusted to your class schedule. Other parts of the lesson could be divided as well to meet the time limitations of your school’s schedule and the needs of your students. The pre-hearing research, for example, could be scheduled over several days and might include some time spent searching the Internet for additional cases (some students in Kristen Borges’s class did this on their own at home). Similarly, the Justice’s deliberations could take place on a different day than the debriefing.

Overview, Goals, and Planning    |     Activity 1
Activity 2     |     Activity 3     |     Activity 4     |     Scheduling


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