Worksheet with abbreviated versions of the Bill of Rights and a set of short scenarios to analyze. Each describes a right's violation in a way that students can identify with and understand. They then refer back to the Bill of Rights to match it to the correct one. Finally, students answer a question regarding their opinion on whether our rights are absolute or can change over time. An answer key is included as well as talking points for the concluding short answer question.
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