In this lesson, students will read about the struggles of the Schechter Brothers and how they refused to give up their values or compromise their purpose. Students will use this example to think about ways they can be purposeful in their own lives.View Lesson
The Bill of Rights Institute’s American Portraits
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In this lesson, students will examine events in the life of Martin Luther King, Jr., analyzing both his identity and his contributions to American identity.View Lesson
In this lesson, students will analyze James Madison’s contributions through diligence to the establishment of the United States Constitution and early republic, exploring events that earned him the title, “Father of the Constitution.”View Lesson
In this lesson, students will learn about how the diplomats in the XYZ Affair maintained their integrity. They will also learn about how they can act with integrity in their own lives.View Lesson
In this lesson, students will learn about Paul Tibbets and his mission to drop the atomic bomb. Students will explore how the unselfish actions of he and his crew helped to bring the war with Japan to a close. Through his example, they will learn how they can act unselfishly in their own lives.View Lesson
In this lesson, students will learn about Theodore Roosevelt, who exercised courage to overcome illness and to lead troops in Cuba. They will also consider how to cultivate and apply courage in their own lives.View Lesson