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The People vs OJ Simpson American Crime Story Episode 5 Questions
These are 35 questions that follow episode 5 of the OJ Simpson mini series. This will keep students engaged and actively watching the episode. Episode 5 shows pre trial motions, along with setting up the witnesses for the prosecution (mainly mark Furhman), opening arguments, and the jury visiting
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Law & Order True Crime: Menendez Murders Mini Series Episode 5 Questions
This fantastic mini series was produced by NBC in the Fall of 2017 and is currently streaming on NBC's website for a fee. It is also available on Hulu and Amazon Prime. This is a great mini series and is very captivating- students will like it right away. This is the 30 question and answer movie
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Twice Toward Justice - Chapter 5 Questions
For use with the book Twice Toward Justice about Claudette Colvin's struggle for civil rights in Montgomery, Alabama. This editable worksheet provides guiding questions that can be used with chapter five of the book either for homework or for classwork.
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How An Economy Grows and Why it Crashes -- Chapter 5 Questions
These are questions that go along with the book "How An Economy Grows and Why it Crashes" written by Peter Schiff. They are meant to serve as an introduction to the concepts in the book. I am currently working to develop more comprehensive lesson plans that expand on the content presented in the b
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Invictus Movie Guide
This is a movie guide for the 2009 movie Invictus, which details how Nelson Mandela used rugby to unite a post-Apartheid South Africa. The movie stars Morgan Freeman as Mandela and Matt Damon as Francois Pienaar (head of the rugby team). The guide includes a background article on the history of ap
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Freedom of Religion: Crash Course Government & Politics 24
This five-question viewing guide for grades 7-12 will keep your students focused on the separation of church and state. It addresses the establishment clause, the free exercise clause, Engel v. Vitale, Lemon v. Kurtzman, the Lemon Test, and prayer in schools. It's an easy-to-use complement to your F

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The Third Amendment Internet Worksheet
Students will gain a basic understanding of the Third Amendment through an easy to follow webquest. Please check out the website by clicking on the link below: http://www.ducksters.com/history/us_government/third_amendment.php Click here to view the website. The webquest contains 5 questions and a
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Civics Review Sort with Questions
Use this sort to go over the meaning of community, rules, laws and government. Students will choose the correct definition and picture for each word. On the back, they will answer 5 questions about the government and rules/laws. Great review before state testing!! Answer key included!
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Government Questions for Each Chapter | US Government
Get students thinking critically with this list of 3-5 essential higher order reading questions for each unit of government. This handout can be modified for any book or government course since the content is the same. I usually give this handout out at the beginning of the year and have my students
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Monetary Policy Jeopardy Game
FOLLOW ME ON TPT! This Jeopardy review game covers topics relating to Monetary Policy in five categories: Definitions Scenarios Economic Indicators The Business Cycle Tools of the Fed Each category has 5 questions designed to get your students thinking and ready for any assessment covering Moneta

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Three Branches Review
This can be used as a review game or as a unit assessment. I found the template on line and put in my own questions for the Three Branches of our Federal Government. There are 5 categories and 5 questions for each category.
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George Washington's Farewell Address
This worksheet can be used as a homework assignment or an in-class assignment. The worksheet contains a brief introduction to the Farewell Address, followed by excerpts from the address and five questions to focus student's reading. I usually read the excerpts aloud and discuss the difficult voc
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Systems of Government Powerpoint
This powerpoint defines and describes the four systems of government in the world today- unitary, parliamentary, federal, and confederal. Gives examples of countries that use, or have used, these systems. Supports Florida civics standard SS.7.C.3.2. Also includes corresponding Cornell notes that stu
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U.S. Constitution Jeopardy
A fun and easy review of the U.S. Constitution, modeled after Jeopardy. There are six categories, and each has five questions. Questions to all answers are included.
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Political Ideology Survey and Quiz
Students will learn the difference between liberal and conservative ideology by taking this 22 question quiz. Once answers are revealed, students will be able to determine where they fall along the political spectrum. 5 question quiz is included where students have to determine if a viewpoint is l
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Veteran's Day Five - in - a - Row
This is a social studies activity with a ‘connect four’ type of twist. Basically, the students research any five questions in a row (horizontally, vertically, or diagonal) to complete the game board. It is an excellent activity for Veteran's Day as it can be completed individually, with a partner,
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Government Jeopardy Review
This aligns with Ga Standards for 6th Grade Social Studies. This is a 52 slide review that consists of 5 categories with 5 questions each. The categories are as follows: Distribution of Power Citizen Participation Types of Economies Economy Misc. Surprise Every slide is hyperlinked to each other,
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Paul Revere Biography with Questions
This is a one page Biography about Paul Revere. It includes 5 questions with an essay response. Perfect to supplement a discussion about Paul Revere. Can be done in groups, close reading, practice guided reading, highlighting.
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House of Representatives Handout | US Government
Engage students with this one page reading with five questions about the House of Representatives. Encourage critical thinking! It was designed in word and can easily be modified to fit your classroom. More Curriculum: ⇒ U.S. History Complete Course ⇒ Unit 1: Colonial, Revolution, Article

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Senate Handout | US History
Engage students with a simple one page reading with five questions about the US Senate. Get students to think critically! It was designed in word and can easily be modified to fit your classroom. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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Close Reading Alexander Hamilton Letter
HAMILTON is wildly popular throughout the country and among students, so why not take advantage?! In this letter, Hamilton outlines his reasons for supporting Jefferson over Burr in the Election of 1800 when it became obvious that John Adams would not win. Play the song "The Election of 1800" from
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"Her Right Foot" by David Eggers - Teaching Citizenship - a book study
Citizenship is a topic which needs to be addressed in all classrooms.  Author, Dave Eggers and illustrator Sean Harris have teamed up to create student books to address this very issue!  The book "Her Right Foot" and "What Can a Citizen Do" are both excellent picture books to use in an elementary cl
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Opinion Polling
This activity is designed to teach students about opinion polling. Students create a 5 question survey about a topic of their choosing. Then, they create the survey in Google Forms, or another survey venue. Next, students take each other's surveys. Finally, they analyze the data, fill in the appropr
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What is Government & Economics? Unit
This unit of study is meant to introduce students to types and characteristics of governments and economies that exist throughout the world, today. The unit covers the following topics: Government & its Five Common Divisions, Civics, Constitution, Anarchy, Monarchy (Absolute & Limited/Const
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