This high-quality, spiral-bound workbook is the companion curriculum to the acclaimed Constitutional Literacy DVD series.
Apologia’s Constitutional Literacy curriculum brings the Constitution to life as it examines important questions like what does the Constitution actually say? What does it mean? What were the Founders’ intentions for this document? And how is it being interpreted to shape our laws and way of life today?
As they engage with the lectures and the lessons, your student will gain a new understanding of the Constitution, how it can be interpreted and understood, and how they can use their voice and their vote.
Some of the lessons included in this course include:
- Introduction to the Constitution
- Article 1, Section 1
- Judicial Review and Original Intent
- The Powers of Congress
- Commerce and General Welfare Clause
- Powers of the President
- The Establishment of Religion
- The Free Exercise of Religion, Part 1
- The Free Exercise of Religion, Part 2
- Freedom of Speech and Press
- Freedom of Association
- The Second Amendment
- The Fourth Amendment
- Procedural Due Process
- Property Rights
- Abortion Rights
- Homosexual Rights
- Parental Rights
- International Law
Study Questions and Writing Prompts
The Constitutional Literacy curriculum is delivered in a conversational format, with the author talking directly to your student. We guide them through key learning strategies like how to think critically about what they are learning, how to identify the important parts of the information presented, and how to take meaningful notes. The spiral-bound workbook is the companion curriculum to the acclaimed DVD series. The notebook contains lesson plans, vocabulary, additional instruction, study questions, and writing assignments.