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Make civics practical and exciting for students using this Social Studies simulation that allows students to experience the Legislative Branch! Students will participate in writing bills for their school, community, or state while learning the various stages within the lawmaking process. All voice
VISUAL NOTETAKING | VISUAL ESSAYS | PRODUCE AND CREATE ORIGINAL WORKrubric and student examplesIn all of my first year undergraduate classes I employ Visual Notetaking and Visual Essays as a way to engage my students in the higher levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy.I NOW CALL THESE PROJECTS VISUAL ESSAYS AS
Grades:
7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
"Let's Get The Party Started!" This presidential election simulation is an excellent way for students to comprehend all aspects of political parties and the campaigns needed to elect a presidential candidate.The teacher will divide class into groups of 4 to 5 students per group. Each group will de
Explore extreme world poverty using a variety of sources with this eye-opening 2-3 week PBL unit that will leave your students feeling thankful, aware, and empowered to create change.All student resources come in both printable PDF and editable, digital Google Slides.Almost half of the world lives o
Can your students decide who Jack the Ripper was out of a cast of 12 suspects?In this lesson they will compare and evaluate 12 possible suspects before deciding on the most likely guilty person. They will then justifying their decision both verbally and in writing. The lesson works as a knockout t
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education

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OverviewStudents will create a PowerPoint, video, or project about a President of their choice. This project explains what students must research, and includes a grading rubric for the teacher. Students will research both personal and executive events of their chosen Commander in Chief. Great for
Explore everything from our world’s growing population, the demographics statistics that unite and diversify us, and persistence of extreme world poverty with this eye-opening thematic, inquiry-driven, project-based unit.This is the first unit of the thematic, project-based course, Global Issues to
This exhaustive unit contains EVERYTHING you need to teach the Holocaust while integrating reading, research, and writing! Reframe the way you teach the Holocaust in English and/or Social Studies while creating advanced readers, thinkers, speakers, and listeners! The design of the unit could be used
Explore the increasingly urgent problem of our world’s 3 biggest environmental dilemmas: how to conserve our water, how to end our addiction to fossil fuel oils, and how to stop generating so much garbage (especially plastic waste) in this 8-week PBL inquiry unit on sustainability. Everything from p
Explore the urgent crisis growing with our world’s most unhealthy and unsustainable addiction: fossil fuels. Everything from its various forms (oil, coal, and natural gas) to air pollution and greenhouse gases to clean alternative energy like solar and wind is covered in this unit.Grab students atte
Grades:
9th - 12th
Explore in this unit the increasingly urgent problem of our world’s biggest growing problem: garbage. Everything from single-use disposable plastic to landfills and the Great Pacific Garbage Patch to the myth of recycling and zero-waste living is covered!Grab students attention with shocking number
Grades:
9th - 12th
Explore everything from our increasingly concerning world’s population growth trends, the recent rise of economic and cultural globalization, and increasing eco footprints and consumption of natural resources with this eye-opening thematic, inquiry-driven, project-based unit unit. This unit is part
This bundle contains every single Civics/Government resource from the Mister Harms store! You're getting every single resource but saving BIG with a whopping 20% OFF all current resources. Once the bundle is yours, you will then get 100% off all future products added to the bundle! Buying the bundle
Explore the urgent crisis growing with our world’s most necessary natural resource: fresh water. Everything from shortages to pollution to waste and some surprising solutions is covered in this unit.Grab students attention with shocking numbers, make it real with their own personal audit, guide the
Grades:
9th - 12th
Transform your U.S. History classroom to be inquiry-driven and project-based and start cultivating authentic learning with this growing course, plus bonuses!This is the course I wish existed my first years teaching U.S. History. Whether you are brand new and overwhelmed or looking to upgrade your im
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8th - 11th
Have you ever created a constitution for your own classroom? Each year in civics class, as we learn about the United States Constitution, I have my students help create our very own class constitution. The students love being a part of creating rules and policy for our classroom. This student-led
Each year, the world’s population gets closer and closer to 8 billion. How big is that anyways? Use this 3-part project to make that number real for your students. Then, create a bulletin board to show the rest of the school just how big the world's current population is.****************************
Grades:
7th - 12th
Fully editable to teach a comprehensive unit on the 3 Branches of Government Less than a $1 a day! Materials include: *Unit Essential Questions *Unit Scope and Sequence *PowerPoint with Lecture Notes and Cloze Note Handouts *Lesson Plans for Unit Enrichment *Common Core Writing Assignment and Rub
Accompany the eye-opening documentary, Living on One Dollar A Day, with this print-and-go 4-activity kit that explores extreme world poverty around the world and specifically in the mountains of Guatemala. End with an empowering real-life project that allows your students to make real positive chang
Students will learn to write a three-paragraph essay with an introduction in the first paragraph, the body in the second paragraph, and the conclusion in the third paragraph. The introduction intrigues the reader, gives the history of the subject, and defines the topic. The body explains, comments o
Thanks to social media and trending hashtags, modern activism movements look much different than the activism of the past. This project is a great addition to any study of activism, social justice, social movements, informational text, or just as a stand-alone research project. It is crucially impor
Grades:
8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
The ability to summarize is the ability to understand the material presented, to see how parts fit together to make a whole. All teachers can ask their students to summarize daily. By giving students a wheel, a formula, and a writing chart, they will quickly learn how to write well-developed summari
Using this scaffolded writing assignment, students will learn about the disagreements the Founders had over the Articles of Confederation and the compromises they created to make the U.S. Constitution. Use the notes as an optional resource to help explain what happened at the Constitutional Conventi
Expand your students' authentic skill base and engage in real-world change through this wide collection of universal, plug-and-play writing project packs to enhance any course from English to History to Current Events to College Writing or Business classes! This is the perfect way to seamlessly turn
Grades:
7th - 12th

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