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Analyzing the Declaration of Independence & U.S. Constitution
This lesson involves having students identify the basic principles and grievances of the Declaration of Independence, as well as exploring the conception of the 'Articles of Confederation' and the 'Constitution of the United States'. Students will demonstrate their interpretation of excerpts of the
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The Constitution, Amendments and Supreme Court Decision Essay Prompt Standard 34
Prompt (Standard 34): Research, analyze and report in writing on one area in which Supreme Court decisions have made significant changes over time in citizens’ lives. (Tinker . Des Moines, Bethel school district v. Fraser, Dred Scott v. Sandford, Plessy v. Ferguson, Brown v. Board of Education and M

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The philosophical foundations of the US Political System Essay Prompt Standard 5
Prompt (Standard 5): Analyze evidence for arguments that the principles of government of the United States were influenced by the government of native Peoples

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The development of the United States Government Essay Prompt Standard 7
Prompt (Standard 7): Analyze the weakness of the national government under the Articles of Confederation; and describe the crucial events leading to the Constitutional Convention

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The development of the United States Government Essay Prompt Standard 8
Prompt (Standard 8): Identify the various leaders of the Constitutional Convention and analyze the major issues they debated and how the issues were resolved

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The Institutions of the United States Government Essay Prompt Standard 25
Prompt (Standard 25): Analyze issues involving liberty in conflict with equality or authority, individual rights in conflict with the common good, or majority rule in conflict with minority rights

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The Constitution, Amendments and Supreme Court Decision Essay Prompt Standard 31
Prompt (Standard 31): Analyze the Constitutional issues that caused the Civil War and led to the eventual expansion of the power of the Federal government and individual civil rights

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Freedom of the Press and News/Media Literacy Essay Prompt Standard 49
Prompt (Standard 49): Explain methods for evaluating information and opinion in print and online media (credibility, analyzing the message, validity of claims etc.)

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Freedom of the Press and News/Media Literacy Essay Prompt Standard 50
Prompt (Standard 50): Analyze the point of view and evaluate the claims of an editorial cartoon, or op-ed commentary on a public policy issue at the local, state, or national level

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U.S. Constitution ~ Quick Pack
Save time and get your students excited about the U.S. Constitution with this Social Studies Quick Pack! Students will learn about the history of the U.S. Constitution by reading an informational text before completing several engaging activities based on the text.Learning Goals:• Explain the major

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How to Be a Good Citizen - A Kindergarten & First Grade Social Studies Unit
This social studies unit is based on citizenship! This resource will help you teach your kindergarten & first grade students "how to be good citizens" with simple, engaging informational text articles.This unit presents 7 informational text articles based on citizenship. High quality photograph

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The Post Movie Guide (2017) Guided Viewing Worksheet
This is a guided viewing worksheet for Steven Spielberg's 2017 film the Post. It is designed to keep the students engaged and focused as they watch this exciting and educational film. The assignment is broken up into four separate parts. Each part is separated by page so that it may be easily added
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Reader's theater scripts: The Three Bears vs. Goldilocks + 2 more
Need a fun, fast way to make judicial proceedings come alive? Want students to be motivated to do cross curricular writing? Try this set of three scripts based on familiar childhood fairy tales that teach about the judicial system. The Three Bears vs. Goldilocks reader's theater script is written
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Dred Scott Supreme Court Case Document Analysis Activity Slavery & Citizenship
Want to study the Dred Scott Supreme Court Case? Hoping to practice primary source analysis with your students? Need a no-prep resource to prompt discussion and further study of the Dred Scott Supreme Court Case and its impact on slavery and American citizenship for African Americans? This 1-page h

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Child Labor: Comparing Industrial Era to Present Day Sweatshops
This lesson involves having students examine the impacts of the Industrial Revolution in the United States with a specific focus on child labor. It is recommended that students will have explored, to some degree, the Industrial era prior to this lesson. This lesson will prompt students to analyze so
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Close Reading: Girl Power!-Women's Suffrage to Beyonce and "Independent Women"
The goal of this lesson is for students to be able to explain how views of women have changed across time by analyzing texts for author's craft. Perfect for the Reading or Language Arts teacher looking to include informational text or the Social Studies teacher looking to incorporate reading skills
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President Donald Trump Inaugural Address, Speech, Writing Activity, Google
Presidential Inauguration Viewing Guide, Analysis, and Writing Activity, Digital and Print, Google President Donal Trump, Inaugural Address This Presidential Inauguration Guide will allow your students to dig deep and analyze the 2017 Inaugural Address. This activity packet will have them answers

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Standards-Based Bell Ringers for Civics & American Government | Quarter One
I'm in love with these Standards-Based Bell Ringers for Civics and American Government. Because they're centered around critical thinking, these bell ringers provide curriculum-focused enrichment for both middle and high school students! The kids adore them -- they're fun to fill out, lead to great
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Civil Disobedience PowerPoint and Activity
This is one of my BEST SELLING resources! It's an informed way to open dialogue in today's volatile political climate!What happens when the government fails its citizens? What is the right response to an unjust law?This engaging Powerpoint guides students to an understanding of what Civil Disobedien
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Op-Ed Essay Research Project PBL
Take your American Government or Civics, Current Issues, U.S. History, or English class to the next level with this authentic research and essay writing project by guiding your students to gain the confidence of engaging their civic voice with their larger community! Cultivating great writing skills

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Civil Rights Movement Research and Role Play Project RECENTLY UPDATED
In this inquiry-based project, students become figures from the Civil Rights Movement. Students research their figure and then embody that person at a culminating party. This project puts students literally in the lives of historical figures. Meet Rosa Parks, Maya Angelou, Thurgood Marshall and mo

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Federalism Research Project
This multi-day federalism research project uses contemporary American social issues to reinforce the topic of federalism. It utilizes topics such as gun control, same sex marriage, and the legalization of marijuana and highlights the tension between state and federal powers. Students will conduct re

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Foreign Government Research Study Comparative Country Project Editable
This project is fully editable, so teachers may personalize it for their own Civics, Government, AP Government, AP Comparative Government, or other relevant class. This resource contains the project assignment, task, and prompt, as well as a four page research worksheet, and a detailed rubric. Eac
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World Water Day Bundle, Flipbook Project, A Long Walk to Water Novel Study
Celebrate World Water Day with this great bundle pack of projects! Begin your unit by reading A Long Walk to Water by Linda Sue Park. The novel study challenges students to examine the world water crisis and propose solutions. The World Water Day brochure and flipbook resource is the perfect compl
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