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Constitutional Conversations and Civil Dialogue
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In this session for students and teachers, we will examine the structure and function of the U.S. Constitution, and the methods scholars use to interpret it. Students will be trained in the practice of historical thinking skills as they examine primary sources and hone their constitutional thinking skills by asking “What may the government do?” The session will conclude with the ideas behind the practice of civil dialogue skills where we channel our inner-Louis Brandeis who famously remarked, “Come let us reason together!”

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VEEP-FY17-2851-HandoutConstitutionalThinkingActivitysheet (1).pdf

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October 28, 2020
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