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Goals and Scales for Kindergarten {Social Studies, Kid Friendly, Picture Scales}
BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED SOCIAL STUDIES SCALES! This product contains Goals and Scales for achieving rigor in the classroom using for Social Studies instruction in Florida. All the Social Studies standards have been included in this product individually. -Historical Inquiry and Analysis, Pages 3-5

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Grade-a-POTUS
In this collaborative assignment, students work in teams to investigate a single president's use of both formal and informal powers. Using the Constitution as a guide, students give a final assessment of the impact of leadership, imperial president or otherwise, and overall grade as measured by the
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Improving American Elections and Voting: A Project-Based Learning Experience
Engage your students in this in-depth project-based learning activity where they get to propose reforms to the American election system. In this activity, students work collaboratively to create their own interest group and develop a persuasive campaign to present before the "Presidential Commission
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State Simulation: An Integrated Unit for Upper Elementary
Students will engage in an interactive simulation, in combination with other classrooms, at the same grade level, to learn local and state government, economics, and integrate reading, science, and math during a six week period. In addition to government, the students will engage in a study of econo
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Contacting Congress - A Powerful, Personal Writing Project
Connect your government students to the legislative process in a way they will never forget. This project challenges students to research active legislation using government websites such as the Library of Congress and Open Congress, select a topic of personal interest that directly affects their l
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Utopia Project
Looking for project-based, student-centered learning that meets social studies content standards? Looking for a way to increase student involvement in civics? Want a rubric that makes grading PBL easy? Here you go! Ideally, this project should be used after the basics of government are taught: typ
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U.S. Federal Budget Project Guide
This is an easy-to-implement project that I have used in my U.S. Government courses in the past, although it could be adapted for use in U.S. history or even an applied math course. The learning focus is to get students to make the connections from values to numbers and recognize that differing pol
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Supreme Court Cases:  Teens on the Docket Project
What's the best way to get a teenager interested in learning about the Supreme Court? Put 'em on the docket! This project looks at 10 United States Supreme Court cases that have every teenager's favorite topic: other teenagers. It is a highly motivating topic and gives you the opportunity to hav
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Australian Government Research Project, Year 6 Australian Curriculum, HASS
Australian Government Research Project, Australian Curriculum, HASS Are you looking for a way to teach your students about the Australian Government? This resource includes TWO projects, with both relating to the Australian Curriculum, HASS, Civics and Citizenship and Democracy. * The first is a
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AP Government Student Syllabus and Course Plan on a Page
Fully editable for your AP® Government needs and fully redesigned according to the AP® U.S. Government and Politics Course and Exam DescriptionDesigned for your APGOPO class whether you teach the course in 1 semester (separate calendars created for fall and spring semesters) or the full year. The C
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AP Government & Politics Current Events PowerPoint Presentation Project
Fully editable for you AP Gov needs. Aligned with the AP U.S. Government & Politics Course and Exam Description Redesign, effective Fall 2018Includes Method, Rubric, PPT Template, Example and Sign-ups!Want your students to increase their test scores on the AP GOPO Exam? Give them exposure to th
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EDITABLE Secondary Postage Stamp Assignment/Rubric
This is an EDITABLE product. Students love making their own postage stamp of a historical event or historical significant person. This handout includes clearly written rubric and exceptions. I have used this rubric for many years in my history classes. Please let me know what you think of this p
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Branches of Government End of the Unit Activity
This brochure activity can be used as a performance task for a unit on government. The template is provided with a rubric for grading.
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Bill of Rights Presentation Rubrics-BUNDLE
BILL OF RIGHTS PRESENTATION RUBRIC Each of the documents contains instructions and a rubric for doing a presentation on one of the Amendments to the Constitution of the U.S. I’ve included a form for the following amendments (but I also included my template in WORD for easy editing or adding other
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Immigration Op-Ed Final Assessment
As the final project for our immigration unit, students write an opinion editorial (op-ed) in which they argue a claim about an immigration topic of their choice. They provide evidence mostly gathered throughout our unit and attempt to persuade their readers to accept their claim. Topic choices inc
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The Judicial Branch
Want your students to know more than the "reality tv" version of the judicial branch? Want your students to realize real applications and the purpose of the judicial branch? This lesson set includes lessons that span 6-10+ days of instruction, depending upon your time frame and how you choose to use
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Candidate Profile Project
Ideal for middle school-aged students who are researching political candidates, this resource is a step-by-step guide to finding out more about a candidate's background and his or her views on a given issue. Teachers who use this resource will have to prepare by selecting a list of political issues
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Government Bill of Right Project
This project introduces students to the BIll of Rights and helps them to research an amendment in greater detail. It is a project rubric. This would be a great project for Middle School or High School students studying Government or History.
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Freedom vs. Security Debate
I've used this debate as a culmination to a unit on the Constitutional issues surrounding privacy and national security. This file includes a rubric for the debate and a self-evaluation tool for students.
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Freedom vs. Security Debate Bundle
Complete set of materials for Freedom vs. Security Debate: rubric, bibliography, debate questions, and research recording forms.
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March Madness: Presidents Edition
This is a great way to learn about some of the most important presidents in American history by making a March Madness bracket with influential executives. I personally use 15 presidents and put each president in twice. I also don't include George Washington since everyone already knows about him. I
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Civics: Combine Gaming & Writing
These activities are connected to the free iCivics game suites. They provide directions and rubrics for teachers to assess student summaries based on the free iCivics games. Makes giving feedback simple and fast while engaging reluctant writers through games.
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Writing projects for multiple academic areas
This resource includes writing projects and rubrics for scoring. All projects include a language arts skill or skills. The students will do research, write, illustrate and present with these projects. They can critique one another and give feedback using the rubrics provided. The students can ch
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Model Congress Legislative Branch Project
This is a comprehensive Model Congress simulation that allows your students to act as members of Congress. The simulation includes a project requirement page, rubric, motion sheet, webquest, test and answer key. Each student picks their own bill topic and is responsible for writing a bill and givi
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