Due Process Central Lessons and Activities
Do you ever feel like all eyes are on you? You may be right!
This suite of all-new resources will help you teach your students about the principle of Due Process. In addition, your students will apply this and other principles to understand the Fourth Amendment, expectations of privacy, and landmark Supreme Court cases.
“Are They Watching You?”
The Fourth Amendment was added to the Constitution to ensure we would be protected from unreasonable searches. In recent years, legislation and executive action have given the federal government more power to search. How would you explain the constitutional balance between liberty and security? Is the Fourth Amendment working as intended? Check out our Liberty and Security in Modern Times curriculum here.
Explore in depth the ways the Bill of Rights protects your right to due process of law. With a special emphasis on the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, and Eighth Amendments, this lesson will help your students understand these key concepts.