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Instructor’s background:
The Morse Decision (2007)

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The Morse Decision (2007) In 2002, a high school in Juneau, Alaska, allowed its students to leave class to watch the Olympic Torch Relay...

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Five-day lesson plans

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Five-Day Morse v. Frederick Unit Background Information and Description Basic knowledge of Tinker v. Des Moines (1969), Bethel v. Fraser...

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Three-day lesson plans

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Three-Day Morse v. Frederick Unit Background Information and Description Basic knowledge of Tinker v. Des Moines (1969), Bethel v. Fraser...

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Two-day lesson plans

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Two-Day Morse v. Frederick Unit Background Information and Description Basic knowledge of Tinker v. Des Moines (1969), Bethel v. Fraser...

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One-day lesson plan

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One-Day Morse v. Frederick Unit Background Information and Description Basic knowledge of Tinker v. Des Moines (1969), Bethel v. Fraser...

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Ancillary: Anticipation guide

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Morse v. Frederick Anticipation Guide Directions:  Answer each question with a number, 1-5.  1 means you strongly disagree, 5 means you...

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