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Miranda v. Arizona (1966) -iCivics

Posted By llad On June 20, 2020 @ 11:52 am In | Comments Disabled

From iCivics’ Landmark Library

Students will:

  • Describe the 5th Amendment right to silence and the 6th Amendment right to a lawyer.
  • Identify the main arguments put forth in the case.
  • Explain why the Supreme Court believed a warning is necessary.
  • Identify the impact of the Court’s decision on everyday law enforcement.
  • Analyze the purpose of the “Miranda warning.”
  • Defend or critique the principle that justice must not be obtained improperly.

“This library of mini-lessons targets a variety of landmark cases from the United States Supreme Court. Each mini-lesson includes a one-page reading and a one-page activity, and is appropriate for a variety of uses. Unlike the iCivics lesson plans, these mini-lessons are designed for students to complete independently without the need for teacher direction. However, they also make great teacher-directed lessons or even class conversation-starters, and multiple mini-lessons can be combined to make a longer lesson.”

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