5. Explain the Court’s reasoning as to why Wisconsin believed that it could compel school attendance in this situation.
PART II: EXPLAINING THE DECISION
6. What was the Supreme Court’s ruling in Wisconsin v. Yoder, 1972?
PART III: EXPLAINING DISSENTS AND CONCURRING OPINIONS
7. What was the primary point of Justice Douglas; dissent (in part)?
PART IV: MAKING CONNECTIONS
8. Briefly explain other Supreme Court cases concerning issues presented in Yoder.
PART V: CRAFTING AN ESSAY
9. Using your responses to the questions above, develop an essay describing the context of the case, explain the reasoning for the majority decision, explain the reasoning of concurring [and dissenting] Supreme Court decisions, and explain similarities and differences among related Supreme Court decisions and opinions.