In this lesson, students will review Ronald Reagan’s life-long commitment to ending the tyranny of communism and analyze Reagan’s application of the virtue of responsibility. They will achieve the following objectives.View Lesson
The Bill of Rights Institute’s American Portraits
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In this lesson, students will learn about how Fred Korematsu decided to sacrifice himself to fight against Japanese-American internment during World War II. They will also determine ways in which they can sacrifice their own needs and desires for causes that are important.View Lesson
In this lesson, students will learn about Michael Murphy and his unselfish actions while on Operation Red Wings in Afghanistan. They will explore how his actions helped his team and how they can use his example to act selflessly in their own lives.View Lesson
In this lesson, students will understand how Roger Williams’ identity drove him to found a new colony based on religious liberty. They will also learn how they can use their identity to help them make good decisions.View Lesson
In this lesson, students will learn about Supreme Court Justice Frank Murphy and his stand for justice in three World War II cases related to restrictions on Japanese Americans.View Lesson
In this lesson, students will review George Washington’s courageous actions in leading his troops to cross the Delaware River against overwhelming obstacles in order to attack and defeat the British army’s Hessian forces at Trenton, New Jersey. They will achieve the following objectives.View Lesson