Analyze Springsteen’s use of irony and metaphor in this song that is more complex than it might first appear.
Using online digital libraries and archives, students will explore how people have expressed their points of view throughout U.S. history.
Role play two First Amendment scenarios and decide where you stand!
This lesson helps students understand how the First Amendment establishes key freedoms of expression for Americans.
Explore how music has shaped Americans’ understanding of their history.
In this lesson, students will analyze how people throughout history have exercised their First Amendment rights to express their opinions.
In this lesson, students will consider how respect and freedom of expression intersect and their role in maintaining a free society.
Learn about how the Constitution and Bill of Rights protect the rights of musicians.
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