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Choose one of the following prompts:
Should everything, including hate speech, be protected under the 1st Amendment?
What is freedom on speech? I know what the 1st Amendment says, but break it down so the average Joe can understand it?
How has the definition of free speech changed over the course of the years with the advent of the Internet, social media, and the smartphone?
How may the definition of free speech change as you cross colorlines? In otherwords, is freedom of speech different for BIPOC people and their white counterparts?
Choose at least 1 reading from our book and 1-2 others of your choice from the list below; the first three readings are in our book:
Teresa M. Bejan – “The Two Clashing Meanings of ‘Free Speech'”
Hadar Harris and Mary Beth Tinker – “Hate Speech is Showing Up In Schools”
Erwin Chemerinsky and Howard Gillman – “What Students Think about Free Speech”
https://www.aclu.org/news/free-speech/putting-rap-lyrics-on-trial-is-a-violation-of-free-speech (Links to an external site.)
https://www.aclu.org/blog/free-speech/civil-rights-movement-reminder-free-speech-there-protect-weak (Links to an external site.)
https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2015/11/race-and-the-anti-free-speech-diversion/415254/ (Links to an external site.)
1 day of grace with no penalty – 5/18; 5 point deduction on 5/19.
3-5 pages not counting your Works Cited page
Works Cited page
Use your sources 3-5 times. When you use the sources for the first time, make sure to refer to the author by their first and last names and their text’s name. After that, refer to the authors by their last names or the word authors or writers.
Use only the source you are given unless otherwise instructed
Use 3rd person: he, she, it, they, them
Use present verb tense
Use different sentence length and type: Simple, Compound, Complex, and Compound Complex
Watch for Fragments, Comma Splices, and Run Ons
Provide a strong thesis statement
Every body paragraph need to have its own topic sentence
Address one issue at a time in each paragraph
Use the quote sandwich: Introduce the quote, provide the quote, and analyze the quote
No announcements: This essay will address, I just want to say, in conclusions, etc.
Use transitions all the way through
Eliminate excessive grammar and sentence structure issues