Also included in:U.S. Government: Full Year of Projects/Notes/Activities! Do you want to review in a fun way and not throw another worksheet at them? ), Also included in:AP U.S. Government & Politics Complete Course | AP Government | AP Gov Full Year, Also included in:Supreme Court Case Document Analysis Activities BUNDLE 10 Most Popular Cases, Also included in:US History EOC Review Games GROWING BUNDLE Great for STAAR Review Hands-On. 22 Document SetsQuestions address the following topics: Motives for Imperialism Imperialists vs. Anti-imperialists Spanish-American War Open Door Policy Panama Canal Roosevelt Corollary WWI Neutrality Causes of WWI Sedition & Espionage Acts Schenck, Want to take your PowerPoint / Google Slides Presentations and APUSH Lectures to the next level? This lesson, like all of my lessons, is 100% translated in English and Spanish. Students will discuss a hook, then read a short article, then participate in group discussions, and close the lesson with a short writing assignment or exit slip. 40+ Projects, Stations, Wkshts, etc, You be the Court: Debating Schenck v. United States (WWI & Freedom of Speech), Schenck v United States 1919 Supreme Court Case Document Analysis Activity, Supreme Court Case Document Analysis Activities BUNDLE 10 Most Popular Cases, US History EOC Review Activity Important Document Sort Baggies, US History EOC Review Games GROWING BUNDLE Great for STAAR Review Hands-On, US Imperialism and WWI World War I Review Game Swat the Star EOC Review, EOC US History Review Game: Court Cases & Amendments BINGO STAAR Review, U.S. History Stations Activities Bundle: 20+ Activities from 1600s-1980s, U.S. History Imperialism & World War I: Stimulus-Based Multiple Choice Questions. (Photo via Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, public domain). Encyclopedia Table of Contents | Case Collections | Academic Freedom | Recent News, This photograph shows a Socialist anti-war rally against World War I in Union Square, New York City in 1914. For example, in Gitlow v. New York (1925), the majority of the Court used the more restrictive bad tendency test to uphold a conviction under New Yorks Criminal Anarchy Law of 1902 for distributing a socialist pamphlet, but Holmes and Brandeis dissented. Justice Holmes conceded that the letter may have been constitutionally protected in many places and in ordinary times, but determined that the character of the writing depends upon the circumstances under which it is done. Therefore, the question in every case is whether the words used are used in such circumstances and are of such a nature as to create a clear and present danger that they will bring about the substantive evils that Congress has a right to prevent.. Directions and a suggested classroom layout for the simulation2. I gave candy for the winners.What is included?36 Bingo Cards ea, Want your U.S. history students to be actively engaged? Can they identify a key quote associated with that document? Includes a significance wrap-up question in which students utilize all of the information to explain the significance of the case or ruling. T.L.O., 1985: PowerPoint w/ Dis, Do your students need a review over the US Imperialism and WWI? In the landmark case Schenck v. United States (1919), Socialist leaders Charles Schenck and Elizabeth Baer were convicted under the Espionage Act for letters that suggested the draft was a form of involuntary servitude. One day a student asked, Can we play BINGO? and this product is the result. U.S. Government: Full Year of Projects/Notes/Activities! All images and other primary sources collected from Library of Congress, National Archives, Can your students tell you WHY a document is important? I based this packet on U.S history lessons I previously uploaded to TPT, so there is repetition from my other materials there, but it is designed to provide students the chance to review key topics throughout the school year.Topics in this packet:Manifest DestinyMonroe Doctrine RecapU.S Imperialism: PacificSpanish American WarU.S Territorial Acquisitions after the Spanish American WarPanama. Also included in:12 Supreme Court Case Simulation Lessons Bundle (+ a Bonus 13th! The ruling established that Congress has more latitude in limiting speech in times of war than in peacetime and set out the clear and present danger test, in which Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. indicated that the most stringent interpretations of the First Amendment would not protect a person who causes public panic by shouting Fire! in a theater when no fire exists. 600+ Questions! The extension involves a quick group project where students would create a newspaper page based on the Schenck case and WWI. Supreme Court Case Schenck v. the U.S. Simulation: Students Become Justices! Using the essential points of their notes and templates, students will create an original comic.Student Learning ObjectiveThe student understands the rights that are protected and secured by the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights. Years later, in Dennis v. United States (1951), the Court reformulated the clear and present danger test as the gravity of the evil test to deal with the perceived threat of communism. Students will learn the issues and constitutional questions involved in the Supreme Court case Schenck v. the United States through a courtroom reenactment! New York: W. W. Norton and Co., 2004. Holmes held that the circulated literature created a danger during wartime in that it might lead men to refuse to serve or to desert service. Add highlights, virtual manipulatives, and more. Students will answer "Questions to Consider" for each side, before deliberating and making a final decision as they become, This 1-page handout provides the original Supreme Court ruling as well as the document image for students to analyze with guiding questions for a better understanding of American documents and, in this case, the Schenck v United States case. The decision in Schenck was only one of others providing a basis for regulating the content of speech during wartime. Du Bois's "Close Ranks" editorial encouraging African American involvement in WWI., Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, The SCOTUS Case Brief is a great study guide/sheet for students to have and keep in order to help them remember the most important parts of the case that are asked on their SCOTUS Comparison FRQ on their AP American Government & Politics Exam.-The Schenck v. U.S. case brief summary is the answer key, Attached is a literacy based ENL lesson based on the Homefront during WWI, mobilization for war, as well as Schenck v. United States. I'd love your feedbac, Want to take your PowerPoint / Google Slides Presentations and APUSH Lectures to the next level? The student is expected to:Explain the roles of limited government and the rule of law in the protection of individual rights.Identify and define the unalienable rights.Identify the freedoms and rights protected and, Teach about African American involvement in World War I using primary sources! ), ENL U.S - WWI Homefront and Schenck v US (English and Spanish), Schenck V. US lesson plan for US History, APUSH, Civics, and Government, TRTW, AP GoPo SCOTUS Review for Schenck v. U.S. (1919), AP U.S. Government & Politics Complete Course | AP Government | AP Gov Full Year, AP Government and Politics by Weaver's World, Period 7 APUSH AP U.S. History: COMPLETE UNIT PowerPoints & Lectures, AP U.S. Government Civil Liberties & Rights | AP Government | AP Gov Unit 3, U.S. History 1880s-1980s ACTIVITIES Bundle! 40+ Projects, Stations, Wkshts, etc, Also included in:US History Summer School - 1600s to Modern Day - English/Spanish. African Americans & WWI: Du Bois Primary Sources Worksheet + U.S. in WWI Notes, U.S. History 1900-1920 Bundle: Progressive Era, Jim Crow, WWI, Women's Suffrage, US Regents Review - Imperialism and World Wars (English), US History Summer School - 1600s to Modern Day - English/Spanish. United States History Stimulus Based Multiple Choice Bank! A writing prompt and homework are included.It's a no-prep lesson (other than making photocopies and setting up students' desks for the "courtroom"). Du Bois Primary Source Worksheet including excerpts of "Close Ranks" and "Returning Soldiers", This bundle of 9 activities will help you teach the Progressive Era, Jim Crow segregation, World War I, and women's suffrage!BUNDLE INCLUDES: Student project on Jim Crow segregation Zora Neale Hurston Primary Source worksheetUnited States v. Susan B. Anthony worksheetWomen's Suffrage & 19th Amendment political cartoon analysis activityProgressive Amendment worksheet/note-taking sheetProgressive Era notes, primary source worksheet, and reformers dialogue student projectWWI on the U.S. Homefro, Attached is a literacy based review packet of topics taught in U.S History. I call this a "3 way match." This handout activity has students work together in small groups to become the Supreme Court and critically examine the arguments of both sides. OR save paper and use the digital version of the transcript!WHAT'S INCLUDED:1. The Talk-read-talk-write method is used. David Asp. Using my SCOTUS Case Brief graphic organizer, a quick view summary/notes on Schenck v. U.S. (1919)(I use this with the Schenck v. U.S. reading, available for purchase separately or as a bundle). 600+ Questions! It is based on NYS curriculum. 12 Supreme Court Case Simulation Lessons Bundle (+ a Bonus 13th! 13 PowerPoints and corresponding organized Lecture Outlines aligned to 2019 APUSH / AP U.S. History Standards and Topics 7.2 - 7.14!NEW: Google Slides Versions for ALL PowerPoints included as well!This PowerPoint Deck contains lecture slides and lecture notes that align directly with AP US History Period 7, APUSH Topics 7.2 - 7.14 (1890-1945). This question forces students to compare Snyder v. Phelps and Schenck v. U.S. (1919) in the format of the AP Exam. I regularly include leveled texts to assist students with language development, images to assist with understanding, and translations to assist our newest students.Are you looking for more ENL materials?Full Global curriculum, ancient history to modern day:https://www.teacherspayteache, SCOTUS Case reading on Schenck v. U.S. (1919)Breaks down background information and facts of the caseConstitutional principles or Supreme Court precedents that relate to the caseArguments for both sides of the caseConstitutional QuestionMajority Holding and reasoningDissenting Opinion (if applicable)(A summarized case brief on this case is available for purchase separately or as a bundle). Aligned with the AP U.S. Government & Politics Course and Exam Description Redesign, effective Fall 2018 Civil Rights & Civil Liberties Unit 3 Includes:Word Documents4 Free Response Questions in the AP Gov redesign format - 120 Minute Timed Exam28-question Multiple Choice exam - 40 Minute Timed ExamUnit Answer Key with each question tied to a:Disciplinary Practice Reasoning Process Learning ObjectiveFR, Check out this bundle of my favorite activities from my American History coursefrom pre-colonization through Reconstruction! Pre-made digital activities. ZIP FILE INCLUDES: W.E.B. 2009. Stone, Geoffrey R. Perilous Times: Free Speech in Wartime from the Sedition Act of 1798 to the War on Terrorism. Simply copy, laminate (if you have time), cut and put into small baggies!How does the activity work?Students pull out, Civil Rights Biography Station Activity and Research/Writing AssignmentCold War PowerPoint (U.S. Perspective)The Disability Movement - Reading w/ Short AnswerCulture in the 1930sFDR's New Deal & Supreme Court Packing PowerPointHoover & Roosevelt - Election of 1932Hoover v. FDRKorematsu v. United StatesLend-Lease and America First Committee PPT w/ Follow Up AssessmentLydon Baines Johnson (LBJ) - The Great Society PowerPoint w/ Review AssessmentNew Jersey v. And in Frohwerk v. United States (1919), the Court further upheld the governments ability to enforce a conspiracy charge under the Espionage Act based on newspaper articles. I suggest you do this in pairs or small groups. Court Cases, Amendments and More Bingo! Later, in Debs v. United States (1919), the Court upheld the governments authority to punish the delivery of speech under the Espionage Act if the possible effect were to prevent military recruiting. I had played Quizlet Live, Kahoot and others so much, my students were tired of them. This is an easy way for students to be exposed to new stimuli in the exam format. I believe the work I've put into this revision far exceeds the work and quality I put into the previous version. After a student won a round, I would have students exchange cards and we played over and over. Quizzes with auto-grading, and real-time student data. During World War I,First Amendment freedoms were restricted. There are 26 documents included (listed below). Each side is summarized, accompanied by questions extracting key concepts, as well as the basic facts of the case. I've worked to make this PowerPoint informative, engaging, Required Supreme Court Cases IncludedFully editable unit for your APGOPO Unit 3 needs. Schenck v. United States (1919) [electronic resource]. I've worked to make this, Activity Students will create notes over a topic. Get students active and engaged with these student-centered ACTIVITIES ranging from the 1880s-1980s!This bundle INCLUDES12 Worksheets/Reading Activities Labor in the Gilded Age: Primary Source analysis for Workers Unions & Big BusinessTriangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire: Students Tweet as Eyewitnesses "Shut the Door" Nativist/Anti-Immigrant Speech from the 1920sUnite, Engage your students in thinking through the famous World War I and freedom of speech case Schenck v. United States. )A, STIMULUS-BASED MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS55 Questions - Question Bank (Editable)UNIT 6: Rise of American Power>>NEW!<< Aligned with New York State Regents: US History [Framework]55 Stimulus Based Multiple-Choice Questions.

Some filters moved to Formats filters, which is at the top of the page. Also included in:Period 7 APUSH AP U.S. History: COMPLETE UNIT PowerPoints & Lectures. I've included a blank star in case you want to add your own topics.To play this game you will need 2 different colors of fly swatters. This bundle has 20+ station sets that are ready to print, post, and use in your classroom on topics ranging from colonizations to the modern women's rights movements!Station sets include:Race, Slavery, and Violence in the U.S. Colonies (Pequot War, race-based slavery, Middle Passage, plantation system, etc. I attended an AP Summer Institute in August, 2018 to properly redesign my APGOPO curriculum and I can't wait to hear what you think! Fully editable units for your AP Gov needs. Simply p, Are you in a US History review game rut? In the landmark Schenck v. United States, 249 U.S. 47 (1919), the Supreme Court affirmed the conviction of Charles Schenck and Elizabeth Baer for violating the Espionage Act of 1917 through actions that obstructed the recruiting or enlistment service during World War I. Justices Holmes and Louis D. Brandeis would later oppose decisions affirming convictions of political dissidents. Aligned with the AP U.S. Government & Politics Course and Exam Description Redesign, effective Fall 2018Check out the reviews for my outdated curriculum - 36 reviews for 3.9/4 stars! Are you getting the free resources, updates, and special offers we send out every week in our teacher newsletter? In this review, students will analyze a quote which they will have to match to the name of a document AND the SIGNIFICANCE of that document. Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials. My kids had a blast playing it. Topics covered are listed below. Also included in:United States History Stimulus Based Multiple Choice Bank!

Answer Key is Provided! Swat the Star is the answer!This is a fun way to review for your test or for your end of the year exam. PLUS, this resource includes ready-to-go notes on the U.S. and WWI! Also included in:U.S. History 1880s-1980s ACTIVITIES Bundle! In Brandenburg v. Ohio (1969), the Court allowed only for the punishment of illegal action when such advocacy is directed to inciting or producing imminent lawless action and is likely to incite or produce such action.. SCOTUS Review questions are a key part of success for the AP American Government Exam. Do you need to review important Court Cases and Amendments? Period 7 APUSH: Topic 7.6 PowerPoint & Lecture - U.S. in World War I: Home Front, U.S. Gov: Constitution & Bill of Rights - Comic Book Project. )Origins of the U.S. Government (Mayflower Compact, Iroquois Confederacy, Magna Carta, etc. Included in this package are a Period 7 (1890-1945) PowerPoint and Lecture aligned to 2019 APUSH / AP U.S. History Standards!NEW: Google Slides Version included as well!This PowerPoint Deck contains lecture slides and lecture notes that align directly with AP US History Topic 7.6, Learning Objective G (7.2.I.C, 7.2.II.A.i, 7.2.II.B.i, & 7.2.II.C, World War I: Home Front).

Schenck and Baer, members and leaders of the Socialist Party, had been indicted under the Espionage Act for sending literature to recently conscripted soldiers suggesting that the draft was a form of involuntary servitude that violated the Thirteenth Amendment. An easy to follow script 3. Use stations activities in your classroom! This activity has worksheets featuring W.E.B. It also includes his editorial "Returning Soldiers" commenting on the continued racism on the homefront. The First Amendment Encyclopedia, Middle Tennessee State University (accessed Jul 22, 2022). Students "swat" the answer (using cheap fly swatters) - for a team competition. A digital version of, *Required SCOTUS case for AP Amer Govt*-My class reads the Schenck v. U.S. (reading) together, highlighting and annotating along the way, & we fill in the SCOTUS Case Brief (blank) together. A lesson extension is also provided. Explore curtailment of freedom of speech during WWI with this lesson.