This primary source study allows students to compare the views of Edmund Burke and Brutus as regards to the role of a representative in a republic.
You can use this to guide reading with a few pointed questions, encouraged students to note each time the author talked about overarching questions, an
Pre-reading activity: This free preview is the activity for students to complete before reading Donald Trump's victory speech.The questions empower students to understand the historical occasion of Trump's speech and how this context should inform their reading and evaluation of Trump'
This is an assignment that asks students to read significant portions of the Seneca Falls Convention's Declaration of Rights and Sentiments. In the right hand margin are comprehension and critical thinking questions in regards to the text. My students were given a vocabulary word bank to help them (
Document based questions geared toward an American government and civics coursed. May also be used in a U.S. History course to illustrate the historical development of gerrymandering and constitutional principles outlined for apportionment in the U.S.
A series of 6 documents including charts, grap