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Bill of Rights Scenarios
This is a great activity for a unit on the Bill of Rights and/or the U.S. Constitution. In this activity/ assignments students are assigned to read 12 different scenarios. After reading each scenario they are to figure out if the individual in the scenario had their Constitutional rights violated
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3 Branches of Government Clipart {A Hughes Design}
5 high quality graphics for personal and commercial use! -jpeg and png versions of each graphic -blackline included This patriotic set is perfect for learning about the 3 branches of government! Graphics included: -Supreme Court -White House -White House Fountain -Capitol Building -Flag -Blac
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Election Clipart {A Hughes Design}
18 high quality graphics for personal and commercial use! -jpeg and png versions of each graphic -all blacklines included These are perfect if you're looking to make materials for the upcoming 2012 election. Graphics include: -Voting booth -Voting box with ballot sticking out -Blank ballot -Rom
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Democrats v Republicans – What are the Differences? Print and Digital
This purchase includes a 5-page reading about the differences between the two major political parties; the Democrats and the Republicans. It reviews the different ideologies in the following issues; the economy, taxes, social issues, foreign policy, national security, entitlements, the environment a

Also included in: Political Behavior BUNDLE (CIVICS/U.S.Government) - Grades 8-12

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How A Bill Becomes A Law - HABBAL - CLOZED notes/ graphic organizer
Understanding the process of How A Bill Becomes A Law (HABBAL) is a complicated process that is confusing to many students, especially at the federal level. This product serves as both a graphic organizer and/or clozed notes that will make this concept more clear for students. This product comes w
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Types of Government -  PowerPoint Presentation
This is a GREAT - 19 Slide PowerPoint Presentation on the types of government. Topics Covered: - What is a Government? - What is a Citizen? - Limited vs. Unlimited Government - What is a Constitution? - Anarchy (What is it? Pros? Cons? Examples?) - Types of Autocracies - Dictatorships (What is it
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Criminal and juvenile Justice
19.1 Crime in American Society Criminal and Juvenile Justice Types of Crime I: Crimes Against People Types of Crime II: Crimes Against Property Types of Crime III: White-Collar Crime Types of Crime IV: Victimless Crimes Types of Crime V: Crimes against Government 19.2 The Criminal Justice System Wh
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Political Parties Lecture and Cartoon Analysis (Civics)
This is an engaging and informative power point presentation about POLITICAL PARTIES. Students take notes on the creative Cloze/Cornell notes template. To check for comprehension students complete a political cartoon analysis activity about political parties. Topics include:• What are political par

Also included in: Political Behavior BUNDLE (CIVICS/U.S.Government) - Grades 8-12

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Twelve Angry Men / 12 Angry Men Video Guide Original Questions
This video guide helps to capture the important vocabulary and central ideas that make this video such a valuable tool for use in any government course. I firmly believe this is a video that every high school student should see and this video guide will help ensure they are productive, engaged and

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Forms of Government Lecture PowerPoint & Comparison Chart Print and Digital
This creative 15-slide power point presentation reviews the forms of government: unitary, con-federal and federal. For an assessment, students create a graphic organizer comparing the advantages and disadvantages of each form of government. Both Print and Digital versions included!Purchase includes:

Also included in: Origins and Principles of Government Unit BUNDLE (CIVICS

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The Federalist Papers (#10, #51, #78) Lecture & Activity (CIVICS)
Although learning about the Federalist Papers can be a very dry and boring subject, this creative lecture and activity will engage your students in many different ways. Students will be able to analyze quotes from the Federalist Papers #10, 51 and 78 and describe the reasons the framers created the

Also included in: The Constitution & Federalism Unit BUNDLE (Civics)

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Government activities, projects, simulations, and video clips!
This is a bundle of numerous Government activities, projects, simulations and video clips -- all for an amazing deal! Bring Government-related topics to life in your classroom! Included with this product are the following: 1. Jaywalking video editing project 2. Presidential Elections simulation 3
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Criminal Cases Investigation Research Activity - Law & Justice
Examining Criminal Cases can be a fun way to teach the skills of research and analysis in a Law & Justice or Government class! This is a research activity in which students are directed to a website providing information on a number of current criminal cases. The cases are updated frequently,
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Political Spectrum Survey  (Liberal v Conservative) (CIVICS) Print and Digital
At the end of this activity students will know where they fall on the political spectrum – liberal or conservative. Students will review 15 controversial political issues related to education, fiscal policy, immigration, health care, foreign affairs, etc. After the teacher explains each issue (teac

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How Democratic Are We? Quote/Cartoon/Scenario Analysis Activity Print & Digital
This is a fun and interactive activity for your secondary students. First, students will work with a partner to analyze political cartoons related to democracy. Then the class will analyze six scenarios in the United States to determine if it is an example of democracy or not. For example, “In the

Also included in: Origins and Principles of Government Unit BUNDLE (CIVICS

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AP Government & Politics Unit 1 Materials - Foundations of American Democracy
Fully editable unit for your APGOPO needs. Aligned with the AP U.S. Government & Politics Course and Exam Description Redesign, effective Fall 2018Foundations of American Democracy Unit 1 Includes:Constitutional Underpinnings FederalismWord Documents4 Free Response Questions in the AP Gov redesi
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Public Opinion Poll Analysis
This activity is designed for AP Government and Politics students to work in groups to determine the validity or public opinion polls. Students are presented FIVE real-world public opinion polls. While all of the polls cover different topics and were executed with different methodologies, all of t
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The Executive Branch US Government Bureaucracy Who Does What? Matching Activity
This is a matching activity that pairs roles and responsibilities within the executive branch and departments in the bureaucracy. This is a worksheet that could be completed as a homework assignment, or in class with a group or partner. This would also be a great review activity.
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Voting and Voting Behavior Power Point & Reading Activity (Civics)
This creative product for the secondary civics/U.S. Government classroom includes everything you need to teach about voting and voting behavior. Topics include: history of voting rights, voting amendments, voting requirements, motor voter law, who votes, why do some choose not to vote, how to vote.

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U.S. Symbols Clipart
Thirteen different American symbols images, perfect for U.S history, 4th of July or elections. Bald eagle, Liberty Bell, Uncle Sam, U.S. Capitol, White House, Supreme Court, Mount Rushmore, Washington Monument, Lincoln Monument, U.S. map and the Statue of Liberty. This clip art set includes 28 page
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The Presidency in Action: Enumerated Executive Powers (Civics)
This engaging lecture and Jig-Saw Activity reviews the powers of the United States President. The topics include: The Growth of Presidential Power, Executive Powers, Diplomatic & Military Powers, Legislative and Judicial Powers. Students will take notes in the graphic organizer and then complet

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US Government Crossword Puzzle
This puzzle is one of a set of 11 crossword puzzles dealing with United States History. The entire set includes Famous Explorers, the Colonial Period, the American Revolution, the Westward Movement, the Civil War, Industrialism, Inventors and Notables, US Government, US Presidents, World War I, and
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PERSUASIVE WRITING OR DEBATES
Need current topics to stir up interesting and exciting debates or to use as persuasive writing assignments in your class? There are 48 topics in this packet that will create lively discussions/debates that kids relate to. Many are topics currently in the news. School related topics, environmental t
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Rights of the Accused Power Point Presentation Lecture and CLOZE notes
This creative, 27-slide power point Lecture: Rights of the Accused reviews the rights one has if they are accused of a crime. It covers the 5th, 6th, 7th amendments and also discusses the Miranda rights. It includes links to film clips, political cartoons and an engaging wrap-up activity. Creative

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