02.04 fact finding - Research Web Your topic:_1st...

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Research WebYour topic:__1st amendment__(specific Amendment/personal freedom from Bill of Rights)Fill in the list of resources relating to the topic you selected.Two sources have been provided foryou to assist in your research.Explore the provided sources and add sources from your ownresearch.Use yourResearch Process Notesfrom this lesson if you need help remembering theresearch strategies introduced in this lesson.Multi-media Sources:videos, audio, slideshows, or graphicsSource 1:Video,(usethe video related to the Amendment you chose for your research), “The Story of the Bill ofRights,” Part __1;41__. A key point I did like that wasmentioned in the video was; "You have theright to express yourself and the right to say what you want, you can be critical of yourgovernment and not be punished for it.Source 2: Text:Source 3: Text:Domain Specific Vocabulary/Key Terms: (include definitions or descriptions)1.Pure speech: Verbal expression of thoughts adnd opinions2.Rights: Morally correct and justifiable3.Wall of seperation: Seperation of church and state4.Well regulated:bring order;method5.Quaker: A christian movement professes for priesthood of all believers.Landmark Case Articles:find articles related to the Landmark case you intend to use in your articleSource 1:article with list of landmark cases,(chooseone case in support of your topic) Freedom of sppech; general
Source 2: Text:Source 3: Text:Domain Specific Vocabulary/Key Terms: (include definitions or descriptions)1.Obscenity: The state of being indecent2. Clause: Unit of grammatically correct organization3. Congress: Legislative body of a country4. Abridge: Privlages or rights5. Bill of rights: used to protect the liberties of American peopleContemporary Court Cases:find articles on cases related to your topicSource 1:Source 2:Source 3:Domain Specific Vocabulary/Key Terms: (include definitions or descriptions)1. Educational resources: documents and or media useful for teaching and assisting withlearning2. Violation: violating someone or something in an unethical way3.Supreme Court: the highest judicial court in a country or state.4. Teen: a human between the age of 13-195. Landmark: specific spot that gives off information and data about othersAdvocacy Articles:find articles or documents with statements from presidents, politicians, or advocatesabout the topic you selectedSource 1:

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