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United Nations Organizational Graphic
Useful to interject into your Cold War PowerPoint or as a lecture transparency. Delineates the key points and responsibilities of 1) the General Assembly, 2) the Security Counsel, 3) the International Court of Justice, 4) the Secretariate, 5) WHO, 6) International Monetary Fund, 7) UN purposes, and
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Principles of Democracy Mnemonic Acrostic
"Let Freedom Sound in Regular People" if a mnemonic acrostic for the Principles of Democracy-- L for Limited Government F for Federalism S for Separation of Powers I for Individual Rights R for Republicanism P for Popular Sovereignty A simple phrase that says what it means and means what is s
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The Effect of Colonial Grievances on the Constitution
On the left side of the chart are the main grievances Jefferson listed against the king. On the right side are how those grievances are answered in either the Constitution or Bill of Rights. Either lecture with the whole chart or eliminate the right column and have students have a scavenger hunt to
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Voting, Your Right, Your Responsibility
This lesson attempts to teach why voting is important, a little about the history of elections, and most importantly, how to wisely get information in order to cast an informed vote. I have listed sources of information that are nonpartisan and discussed peer reviewed publications as well as the bi
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9 characteristics of one-party states
Basic characteristics of countries run by single-party governments.
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