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HALP MA PLZ 7grade civics Medals

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  1. Panda.exe
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    hello

  2. BeastBoy17
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    whats the question

  3. BeastBoy17
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    ?

  4. Panda.exe
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    well its kinda long :/ will u still help

  5. BeastBoy17
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    sure

  6. Panda.exe
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    u want me to put the whole question

  7. BeastBoy17
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    yes please it would make it easier to answer :P

  8. Panda.exe
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    ok here it go's

  9. Panda.exe
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    tep 1: Review the Case As you are reading, imagine you are a Supreme Court justice analyzing the case. By the end of the reading you should be able to determine the following things. What type of expression found in the First Amendment relates to the case? What is this case really about?  Why does each side believe they are right? How this case is similar to the Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier case? Case A The drama class at a middle school was preparing for their spring play in the school auditorium. One week before the performance, a parent complained to the school board that the play was inappropriate for middle school students. The school board agreed and contacted the principal, who then informed the classes that the show was canceled. Students were upset that their preparations were a waste. They believe they have the right to freedom of expression in performing the play. The school board said that students are minors and that it must approve decisions about what is presented in school by teachers or students. The students did not have time to plan a different show. A group of the students’ parents brought the case to court on their behalf, but they lost the case in state district court. The students’ parents appealed the district court’s decision to their state court of appeals. There the students and their parents won the case, but the school board appealed the decision to their state-level supreme court. The state supreme court ruled in favor of the school board. Unhappy with the state supreme court’s decision, the students’ parents are now appealing to the U.S. Supreme Court. Step 2: Complete the following sentences. This case is about _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ This case is similar to the Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier case because _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ This case relates to the ________________ type of expression listed in the First Amendment. Step 3: Make your Decision Now it’s time to pretend you are a judge!  Explain, like a judge, your thoughts on the case and why you feel this way. For each question you should explain your answer in at least two to three complete sentences. Why did the school board believe they had the right to cancel the play?   Why did the students believe they had the right to perform the play?    Should the students be allowed to perform their school play? Why or why not? Give three reasons to support your decision. At least one of your reasons should be based on what you learned about the Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier case.  Reason #1:   Reason #2:   Reason #3:   Do you think the school should be allowed to censor the material of a school play or school newspaper?  Why or why not?  Be sure to use what you know about the First Amendment to support your answer.

  10. Panda.exe
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    @BeastBoy17

  11. BeastBoy17
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    dang ok

  12. Panda.exe
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    lol i told u its long

  13. BeastBoy17
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    haha

  14. Panda.exe
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    can u do it ? or is it to hard

  15. Panda.exe
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    hi 20brown

  16. BeastBoy17
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    step 2 would be..

  17. BeastBoy17
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    This case is about student expression being abolished and limited to a lower level of the first amendment. which had limited their expression with the play therefore abolishing their freedoms.

  18. Panda.exe
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    ok

  19. BeastBoy17
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    This case is similar to the Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier case because in the Hazelwood v. kuhlmeier case they also had Their freedoms abolished. In a 5-3 decision rendered in 1988, the Supreme Court overturned the circuit court decision with a majority opinion that school administrators could exercise prior restraint of school-sponsored expression, such as newspapers and assembly speeches, if the censorship is "reasonably related to legitimate pedagogical concerns". In this, school-sponsored newspapers are considered limited public forums of expression. Therefore Students Lost their Newspaper at their School. And in relation this Case students Lost their play.

  20. BeastBoy17
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    This case relates to the freedom type of expression listed in the First Amendment.

  21. Panda.exe
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    ok

  22. BeastBoy17
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    Why did the school board believe they had the right to cancel the play? They felt as if they had the right to cancel the play because they had the influence of the court systems when the play was ruled as inappropriate for middle school students. it was non Negotiable therefore it stuck.

  23. Panda.exe
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    Well Thank u so much for that it help allot with it i got all the other ones done now :D

  24. Panda.exe
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    and as i promised

  25. Panda.exe
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    i faned and gave u a meddle

  26. BeastBoy17
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    sweet have a great rest of your day

  27. Panda.exe
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    U to

  28. BeastBoy17
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    Thanks

  29. anonymous
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    hey panda.exe

  30. anonymous
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    thats a long friken question......:()

  31. automaticloveletter
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    I did this, it's really not hard if you read your stuff in the lesson. Even the lesson wasn't that long.

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