Freedom of Religion: Disestablishment
http://www.firstfreedom.org/PDF/lesson-plan-Disestablishment.pdf

WEB LESSON Explore primary sources to determine the intent of the Founders about the proper relationship between religion and government in America. Use this information to take a position on and debate a related contemporary issue. This lesson is by the First Freedom Center is for HS.

Establishment of Religion
http://www.learner.org/workshops/civics/workshop1/otherlessons/index$2.html

WEB LESSON This lesson by Maria Gallo starts with the first of the three hypothetical cases involving the First Amendment, a scenario of state funding for textbooks. The issue debated is at what point the relationship between church and state violates the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment. MS-HS

Religious Rights in Conflict
http://www.crf-usa.org/bill-of-rights-in-action/bria-10-1-c-fear-religious-rights-in-conflict

WEB LESSON This Constitutional Rights Foundation lesson explores the problems that occur when the two part of the First Amendment religion clauses conflict. Students perform a moot court activity.

Freedom of Religion: The First Amendment
http://www.courts.ca.gov/17346.htm

WEB LESSON Part of the California On My Honor curriculum series,this lesson on religion is an in-depth exploration of the free exercise and establishment clauses of the first amendment. In this series of activities students explore landmark Supreme Court cases regarding freedom of religion and demonstrate their understanding of expression and exercise through application on sample cases. MS-HS

Are Bible Readings Ever Allowed in Public Schools?
http://www.crf-usa.org/images/pdf/gates/Bible-Readings.pdf

WEB LESSON Go to the third lesson in the Bill of Rights in Action from the Constitutional Rights Foundation. After reviewing the three ongoing theories of the First Amendment, students apply these theories to deciding whether the study of the Bible violates the Establishment Clause. HS

You Are Free to Exercise
http://www.firstamendmentschools.org/resources/lesson.aspx?id=14112

WEB LESSON This First Amendment Schools Project lesson provides five cases in which an individual's freedom of conscience comes into conflict with the interests of the larger society. Students will hear the arguments put forth by plaintiffs and defendants in each case, then deliberate on what limits, if any, may be placed on religious expression.

What Is the (No) Establishment Clause?
http://www.firstamendmentschools.org/resources/lesson.aspx?id=14073

WEB LESSON This First Amendment Schools lesson provides the historic background of the religious liberty clauses of the First Amendment, then focuses on the establishment clause. After examining the tests used by the Supreme Court in establishment clause cases, students are asked to judge whether there has been a violation of the establishment clause in five situations.

Free Exercise of Religion in America
http://www.crf-usa.org/images/pdf/members/bria_30_3_wb.pdf

Web Resource & Lesson Activity When, if ever, may the government limit freedom of religion? The Constitutional Rights Foundation explores various examples of the Supreme Court's and Congress' efforts to grapple with this question. Learn the "legal tests" that have been constructed to balance individual rights and the public good. Students apply these tests to other cases.