Should students be allowed to display the Confederate flag in school? Take out your HW and worksheet from yesterday. What does the 1st Amendment Protect? Freedom of: Speech Press Assembly Petition Religion Free Exercise Clause Establishment Clause 1. Due process of law, protection from double jeopardy, and protection from self-incrimination are all guaranteed under which amendment? A. B. C. D. 2. 1st 4th 5th 7th Which of the following statements is not true regarding the Bill of Rights? A. B. C. D. It clearly states that the rights listed in the 1st 10 amendments are the only rights that citizens enjoy. It is comprised of the 1st 10 amendments to the Constitution. It was not originally part of the Constitution, but rather was added later. It proclaims that certain powers are reserved for the states. Places limits on an individual’s right to sue states. Electoral College must cast separate votes for president and vice president. Prohibits/abolishes slavery Defines “Citizenship” All people born or naturalized in the United States Extended citizenship to blacks Equal protection under law and due process Extended voting rights to all citizens regardless of race Income tax Direct election of U.S. Senators Prohibition No alcohol Women’s suffrage Right to vote Establishes when the presidential and congressional terms are to begin and end Repealed prohibition Limits president to only 2 terms in office Allows the residents of Washington, D.C. to vote in presidential elections Bans poll taxes Establishes the presidential succession Lowered the voting age from 21 to 18. If Congress votes itself a pay increase, that increase cannot take effect until after the next election. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. How has the constitution provided the government the ability to adjust to a changing society? What do you think is the difference between a right and a privilege? How have constitutional amendments changed suffrage rights throughout US History? Which Amendments are related to voting rights? Which amendments were dedicated to protecting the rights of minority groups? Explain how constitutional amendments have protected the rights of citizens age 18 and under. Which constitutional/legal protections provide “equal protection” to all citizens? Use an amendment to support your answer. Watch the 4 video clips and answer the following questions. Keep in mind your answer to the warm-up question. Has your opinion changed at all? Each group member will read one of the 4 primary source readings. Your task is to write down passages that support either side of the argument. Share your findings with your group members. We will then come together as a class and share our findings. Closing Question? Has your opinion changed at all? Should this be viewed as free speech and be protected under the 1st Amendment?