Below is a list full of online sources where you could find a free digital copy of the Constitution or other websites to assist you in learning the Constitution. If you have more information on other sources, please email us at contact@917society.org

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The Oratorical Program is a function of the American Legions’ “Americanism Pillar”. The Oratorical Program is a constitutional speech contest for high school students and it offers scholarships upwards of $25,000. The contest has a prepared oration and an assigned topic which is assigned the day of the contest. The prepared oration must be on some aspect of the Constitution, with emphasis on a citizen’s duties and obligations to our government. The same subject and oration used in the department contest must be used in the national contest. The purpose of the assigned topic discourse is to test the speaker’s knowledge of the subject, the extent of his or her research, and the ability to discuss the topic as related to the basic principles of government under the Constitution.  https://www.ohiolegion.com/programs/oratorical/

 

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e-book of The United States Constitution that you can put on your phone and carry with you for quick access.

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Teacher and Student Resources

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Read and study the Constitution
Free articles, videos, and podcasts
Daily podcast on The America Out Loud Network

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A biopic which chronicles Dr. Ming Wang’s rise from poverty and violence, growing up in 1960s China, to his migration to the U.S.
It shows his struggles with racial discrimination, and rise to become a world-class surgeon who would design new technology to help restore sight to millions.

Children learn about Communist China

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1776 Unites curriculum includes lesson plans, assignments, discussion questions, multimedia, and other resources.

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Audiobook and Audio CD on the Constitution

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ENRICHMENT TRAVEL SERVICES offers a customizable tour so group leaders can choose desired dates for the group.

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Professional Educators of Tennessee
The Polk Foundation

Lesson Plan: 5 Minute guide to the Constitution

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Teaching Six Big Ideas in the Constitution

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An Interactive Resource to the Constitution

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Historic Storytelling, Constitutional Interpretation Skills, and Civil Dialogue and Reflection

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Lesson Plans that focus on America, its history, government, heritage

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Online class: Meaning and History of the Constitution

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Constitution Day Classroom Resources, Constitution 90 Day Studies, Constitutional Chats

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Video Message on the Constitution

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A Guidebook for Building a Classroom Or Community Constitution Day Camp

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Authentic reproductions of the Aitken Bible, a primary source of the American Revolution

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Citizenship Study and Test, MP3 Audio and Civics Questions and Answers

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Digital Media Guide to the Constitution and Constitution Bee

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Register to Vote, how to

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The 917 Society presents

Constitutionally Speaking

As reflected by

Abraham Lincoln Speaks About the Constitution

Dr. Carol Swain — Retired Vanderbilt Professor of Political Science and Law

The 917 Society: Representative David Byrd

David L Hudson, Jr. — First Amendment Attorney, Nashville #1

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