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Learn the Amendments Bill of Rights Finger Tricks
This PowerPoint is what I used to create the (somewhat) popular YouTube video you can see here (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=82DnWqNKqiI). Several teachers have asked for the PowerPoint so they can discuss the slides more slowly with their students. The file comes with notes on each slide, explain
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Roles of the President Song
I created a mnemonic to help my students memorize the roles of the president. I then put this mnemonic into the form of a Middle Eastern-style rap song. Here is the mnemonic: The "Commander in Chief SCALPED ME" It stands for: Commander in Chief S-tate (Chief of) C-itizen (Chief) A-dministra
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Color Coded Note Highlighting Based on PERMS
Use of color is a tremendous memory aid and I begin the use of color to aid memory in the Colonial Era. From fifth grade through high school I have used map work in which students color New England colonies red for "first Patriot blood spilled," Middle Colonies yellow for "Breadbasket" grain product
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Bill of Rights: 5th Amendment Freedoms
5th Amendment Freedoms This resource provides an easy mnemonic device to help your students remember all five parts of the 5th Amendment, along with descriptions of each right. This product can be printed and used as posters to hang in your classroom, handouts for students, notes for a mini-lesson,
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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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Civic Duties for U.S. Citizens
An easy way to remember the 5 civics duties of U.S. citizens using a Mnemonic device/acronym. This resources teaches the civic duties of citizens and explains WHY it is something U.S. citizens must do. ***************************************** Check out other Think Tank resources here: Bill of Rig
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Vocabulary for Source Type and Ideals of US History
Vocabulary for Source Type and Ideals of US History. Incorporates given book definitions and requires students to make their own connections to the terms and create a visual for each. This furthers the synthesis students attain through deeper levels of Brain Based thinking.
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