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Freedom of Religion - Supreme Court Case: Eagle v. Vitae

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In this learning activity you'll review facts and interpretations, determines a verdict, and responds to questions.

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I find the categories of "broad", "narrow", and "literal" a bit confusing and unclear. I would avoid using the several learning objects that ask the learner to reflect on these categories. I found the other learning objects on the cases that avoid these categories more useful. I can see using these in the classroom and having students respond on paper at their seats and then share/compare/discuss their responses with a neighbor. At the end, when the choices are made regarding who made each argument, a vote of hands from the class can determine which choices to select.

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