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Federal vs. State Courts
This is a great organizer for students to use when learning about the federal and state court system. I suggest that you tailor the "state" side to your home state, the organizer (it currently has a PA flag) can be edited on any word processor. GREAT TOOL! KIDS LOVE IT! Great for multiple grade leve
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Civil Rights Vocabulary
In the current tense national conditions with "racism" and "race baiting" so often voiced as the motives, students need a working vocabulary and understanding of the words racism, prejudice, discimination, segregation, second-class citizen, desegregation, integration, and ethno-centrism in both the
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Fascism
This two-page handout on fascist government covers the fundamentals of fascist ideology with special reference to Nazism. Includes sections on what the Nazis were against, what they said they were for, historical influences, and differences and similarities between German Nazism and Italian Fascism
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LEGAL CASE BRIEF
All the elements your students will need to successfully brief a case. ISSUE RULE APPLICATION CONCLUSION SUBSTANTIVE HISTORY PROCEDURAL HISTORY Etc.
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Legal Hot Topic:  Soda Size.  Good law or government overreach?
Need a good bell ringer? Perhaps you would like a writing prompt topic sure to inspire a fantastic class discussion? This activity provides a series of talking points that outline the issues regarding New York City's law restricting the volume of sugary beverages that can be sold at many venues aro
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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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Civics Vocabulary Cards PowerPoint
This is a 4 page power point presentation explaining how to do Vocabulary Cards for Civics. It can be used to train other teachers in the department or as an introduction to Vocabulary Cards for students. Afterwards, the completed index cards can be used in a classroom`s Word Wall.
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Constitution: Founding Principles- What's That?
This is a mini-lesson that gives the students some insight into the principles behind the United States Constitution. If you teach this lesson before beginning the study of the actual document, the explanation of the terms may be helpful to the students as they attack the actual Constitution. The
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