In this lesson, students will explore how Theodore Roosevelt sought justice by reforming the meat packing industry. Roosevelt’s dedication to justice and the general welfare of the nation will inspire students to be more focused on justice in their own lives.View Lesson
The Bill of Rights Institute’s American Portraits
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In this lesson, students will learn about Steve Jobs’ diligence in his life. They will also learn how to be diligent in their own lives.View Lesson
In this lesson, students will review Henry Knox’s diligent actions in leading his troops to provide the weapons needed to force the British to evacuate Boston and end their eleven-month siege of the city. Henry Knox and his brother, William, led a group of men on a roughly 500-mile round trip to recover artillery from Fort Ticonderoga, move it across land and water in the depth of winter, and position it to overlook the city and port of Boston.View Lesson
In this lesson, students will learn how President Eisenhower made responsible decisions related to war and foreign policy during his tenure. They will also consider ways in which they can make responsible decisions.View Lesson
In this lesson, students will explore the life of Thurgood Marshall and follow the development of his identity. Through his example, students will understand how they can develop and refine their identity in their own lives and, through this refinement, help advance freedom for themselves and others.View Lesson
In this lesson, students will learn how Stephanie Kwolek worked with purpose to conduct research in her chemistry lab. They will use this example to be purposeful in their own lives.View Lesson