Themes That Bind Us

Themes That Bind Us

Simplifying U.S. Supreme Court Cases for the Social Studies Classroom

Maddux, Cynthia Wood; Oltman, Gretchen; Graff, Johnna L.

Rowman & Littlefield

08/2018

264

Dura

Inglês

9781475836066

15 a 20 dias

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Chronological Timeline of Cases Cases Organized by Big Ideas Chapter 1- Why Teach Students to Read Case Law in the Social Studies Classroom? What is an Appropriate Primary Document to Teach? Connecting Case Law to the "Big Ideas" in the Social Studies Classroom The Importance of Teaching Disciplinary Reading The Teacher's Role in Teaching Case Law How Cases Were Selected, Prepared, and Edited for this Text A Note from the Authors Chapter 2- How to Use this Book Understanding the Themes of The National Curriculum Standards for Social Studies Teaching Students to Read a Case How Cases were Prepared for this Book A Sample Case Resources Beyond the Cases A Note from the Authors Chapter 3- Culture Meyer v. State of Nebraska Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka County of Allegheny v. American Civil Liberties Union A Note from the Authors Chapter 4- Time, Continuity, and Change Marbury v. Madison Whitney v. California Brandenburg v. Ohio South Carolina v. Gathers Payne v. Tennessee A Note from the Authors Chapter 5- People, Places, and Environments United States v. Amistad Kelo v. City of New London Michigan v. Environmental Protection Agency A Note from the Authors Chapter 6- Individual Development and Identity In re Gault Loving v. Virginia Wisconsin v. Yoder A Note from the Authors Chapter 7- Individuals, Groups, And Institutions Korematsu v United States Adler v. Board of Education of City of New York Sherbert v. Verner A Note from the Authors Chapter 8- Power, Authority, and Governance Gideon v. Wainwright Miranda v. Arizona Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community School District A Note from the Authors Chapter 9- Production, Distribution, and Consumption Swift & Co. v. United States United States v. 95 Barrels of Vinegar Gonzales v. Raich A Note from the Authors Chapter 10- Science, Technology, and Society United States v. American Library Association, Inc. United States v. Jones Maryland v. King A Note from the Authors Chapter 11- Global Connections Roper v. Simmons Medellin v. Texas Maselenjak v. United States A Note from the Authors Chapter 12- Civic Ideals and Practices Edwards v. South Carolina Texas v. Johnson Shelby County v. Holder A Note from the Authors Bibliography Index About the Authors
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