#kindnessnation #weholdthesetruths ON THIS INAUGURATION DAY Teaching students about their civic duties, rights, and responsibilities early on is an important lesson. Students will learn about their rights and responsibilities in their country, state, city, school, and home. Foster a love of country
This lesson asks the students to utilize the website The Living Room Candidate to view and analyze presidential campaign ads since 1952. It is an ideal activity to accompany a unit or lessons on presidential campaigns and elections. It includes group work, a presentation to the class and individual
Small book to help expose elementary students to the Presidential Election.
Includes page for each candidate, electoral map for tracking the night of the election, what is an election, a page to write a letter to the elected president, a page to discuss what they would do if they were the president,
This is a graphic organizer of a simplified version of the structure of the British government. It makes connections and distinctions between the British government being both a democracy and a monarchy. It helps provide students with a clear visual to understand how the British government's leaders
Covers 7 types of propaganda
> Glittering Generality
> Plain Folks
> Name Calling
The back covers more definitions and descriptions of some of the types and adds a new type: Fear.