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Rockers, rappers, and freedom of speech

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erika steinger

on 13 January 2014

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Transcript of Rockers, rappers, and freedom of speech

Do Now:
Explain the compromise that the two opposing sides in the Mishawaka music ban controversy came up with. Do you believe that this solution was fair for everyone?

Rockers, rappers, and freedom of speech
oral cloze: The right to free speech
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rockers, rappers, and freedom of speech
vocabulary target word
rockers, rappers, and freedom of speech
Unit Eq: Does music censorship violate the first amendment?
Lesson EQ: What exactly does it mean to have the right to free speech?

Follow along as I read the article and fill in the word aloud when I hesitate.

Be prepared to tell me what the article is mostly about.
the key idea
This social studies feature is mostly about...
Detrimental (noun)
Meaning:
His negative behavior in class was detrimental to his final grade.
is detrimental to people's health.
In your journal, explain how a rap song's lyrics can be detrimental to the attitude and behavior of a teenager.
Should the U.S. government get involved in decisions about what music teens listen to? Why or why not?
Exit slip
In a few sentences, propose a compromise or solution that you would offer to the government that would satisfy both music listeners and the members of the PRMC (Parents Music Resource Center).
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