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This area of lawforwa provides links to classroom activities, background information and other resources for K-12 teachers. Let us know what you would like to see here by giving us feedback.

Here Comes the Judge: Teachers can invite judges to visit their classrooms and present lessons on a variety of law-related topics. Learn more about this Judges in the Classroom program at .


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Teaching With Speeches

Powerful figures in American politics are often remembered for their most famous speeches. Explore two of lawforwa's resources:

  • The PBS web site offers an archive of , including text, audio clips and background information.
  • The web site of the at Stanford University contains a transcript of Dr. King's "I Have a Dream" speech as well as links to lesson plans, other famous King speeches, a biography of King, and the original text of many of King's letters.