Freedom of Expression
Deal with it before you're censored
From the Series Lorimer Deal with It
Can you say anything you want? Should you?
Everyone has rights but navigating your rights can be difficult. You have the right to freedom of expression but there are many places where this freedom is limited by laws, rules and regulations, or even customs such as good manners.
By exploring the viewpoints of The Censor, The Speechmaker, and The Witness, this book will help you navigate issues of how to express identity and opinion.
- Freedom of Expression 101 defines rights, freedom of expression and censorship
- Dear Conflict Counselor offers real-life problems and solutions
- Quizzes test your ability to identify censorship and how to deal with issues around freedom of expression
- A resource guide puts helpful organizations, books and websites at your fingertips
|Interest Level||Grade 4 - Grade 9|
|Reading Level||Grade 5|
|Subject||Social Emotional Learning, Social Studies|
|Publisher||Lorimer & Company, Ltd.|
|Imprint||Lorimer Children & Teens|
|Number of Pages||32|
Author: Danielle S. McLaughlin
Danielle S. McLaughlin designed, developed and delivered programs that engage thousands of students in lively discussion about the conflicts of rights and freedoms that affect everyone who lives in a democracy. She lives in Toronto.