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Time for Research

Now it’s time to apply the research process and expand the research you started in the last lesson. The notes will provide some structure to help you get started.

  1. Use the Research Web as you gather resources for your informative/explanatory article.
  2. Remember to write down the domain-specific vocabulary and key terms you learn on the Research Web Notes.
  3. Remember to look for reliable sources as described in this lesson.

I chose the 4th amendment.


Research Web


Your topic: 4th ammendment (specific Amendment/personal freedom from Bill of Rights)

Fill in the list of resources relating to the topic you selected. Two sources have been provided for you to assist in your research. Explore the provided sources and add sources from your own research. Use your Research Process Notes from this lesson if you need help remembering the research strategies introduced in this lesson.

Multi-media Sources: videos, audio, slideshows, or graphics

Source 1: Video, http://www.annenbergclassroom.org/page/the-story-of-the-bill-of-rights (use the video related to the Amendment you chose for your research), “The Story of the Bill of Rights,” Part ____.




Source 2:




Source 3:




Domain-Specific Vocabulary/Key Terms: (include definitions or descriptions)

Landmark Case Articles: find articles related to the landmark case you intend to use in your article

Source 1:article with list of landmark cases, http://billofrightsinstitute.org/educate/educator-resources/landmark-cases/ (choose one case in support of your topic)




Source 2:




Source 3:




Domain-Specific Vocabulary/Key Terms: (include definitions or descriptions)

Contemporary Court Cases: find articles on cases related to your topic

Source 1:




Source 2:




Source 3:




Domain-Specific Vocabulary/Key Terms: (include definitions or descriptions)

Advocacy Articles: find articles or documents with statements from presidents, politicians, or advocates about the topic you selected

Source 1:




Source 2:




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Domain-Specific Vocabulary/Key Terms: (include definitions or descriptions)

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School: University of Maryland

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Part one
Source 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V2_AheOxX7E
Keywords in the video include the individual rights, constitution, amendments and
federalist. In this video, I have learnt how the political fight was experienced during the

amendment of the bill of right. In addition, there were strong arguments that were experienced as
a result of conflicts in the amendment of the bill of lights.
Source 2. Freedman, R. (2003). In defense of liberty: The story of America's Bill of Rights.
Holiday House.
The key words in this web page include the amendments, anti-federalist and individual
rights. The document outlines the rights and freedom of citizens and how they are considered
less important in society. The article also demonstrates the reasons as to why some rights are
rejected and considered as less valuable in the society.
Source 3. Farber, D. A., & Sherry, S. (1990). A History of the American Consti...

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Good stuff. Would use again.

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