In the story, Philip Malloy defies the dictates of the school regarding how to behave during the playing of the National Anthem.
Title 36 of the U.S. Code, Subtitle, 1, Paragraph A, Chapter 3, Section 301 sets the
1. What are people supposed to do during the playing of the national anthem?
2. There are also codes regarding the etiquette rules for displaying the U.S. flag.
3. If you follow the codes, does this mean you are a patriot?
If you fail to follow the codes, does this mean you are not a patriot?
4. What are the rules at your school for Morning or Opening Exercises? Consult the school's policy manual.
Real life examples:
First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States of America
Patriotism | How are funding decisions made? | Writing response opinion or article | Student Handbook rules
Civil Rights what are yours? | Bill of Rights | Freedom of Speech at school
Develop a Personal, Family or School Creed | People's Power in the U.S. Constitution
Finding the Truth | Mini Guide for the book | Resources
12/2007 Cynthia J. O'Hora. Individuals and educators may freely use this activity.
Save a tree - use a digital answer format - Highlight the text. Copy it. Paste it in a word processing document. Save the document in your folder. Answer on the word processing document in a contrasting color (not yellow) or font (avoid fancy ones like , ). Or perhaps you have the resources to record verbal answers. If you do, be sure to first read / record the question. Then record the answer immediately after it.
Proof your responses. It is funny how speling errors and typeos sneak in to the bets work.
Make Your Own Printed answer sheet.
Aligned with Pennsylvania Academic Standards Science and Technology, Arts, Reading, Ecology & Environment, Writing, History, Civics and Government