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Federal Budget Simulation Activity
This engaging simulation lesson plan has your students balancing the US federal budget by analyzing actual budget requests and government spending. A lesson plan page explains exactly how to conduct each part of the 90-minute activity and also includes links to online resources and a video to use. S
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Game of Life Budgeting Simulation
A comprehensive project where students create a slide presentation of how they could create a budget. Students are given parameters of their marital status, children, education, salary and industry. Then they are required to figure out where they want to live, their taxes, housing, insurance, food
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Legislative Branch American Government & Civics Unit Bundle
This fantastic bundle on the Legislative Branch is an amazing complete unit plan for Civics or American Government! Topics covered in this bundle include:An overview of the House & SenateQualifications for CongressExpressed & implied powers of CongressCongressional CommitteesThe Budgeting Pr
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Middle East Politics:  Which Governments Should the U.S. Choose as Allies?
In this lesson, developed by Shawneen Morrison, students analyze a chart that lists critical information concerning 8 anonymous Middle Eastern nations to decide which would make the most valuable allies for the United States. Then they work to convince their classmates to vote in favor of their cho
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Federal Deficit Simulation and Activity:  Can You Balance the Federal Budget?
This simulation and activity powerfully demonstrate the political and numeric difficulties faced when attempting to balance the federal budget of the United States. First, students are introduced to a site with 16 real-time counters that count up the dollars spent on various expenditures. This pro
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Local government simulation - Setting priorities and balancing budgets
Teach your students the importance of negotiation and compromise as well as develop content knowledge around local government concepts through this collaborative simulation activity. Students will set priorities for their town, create a master plan with short and long term goals, balance the town b
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Government Spending in Canada Simulation
This role-playing simulation allows students to explore the responsibilities of the three levels of government in Canada.Students will also explore how fiscal decisions are made and experience the difficulties in trying to maintain a "balanced budget".Covered Curriculum expectations for CHV2O (Grade
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Can You Plan A Better Federal Budget?
Students take on different roles in a group-setting to influence their President to increase the budgets of their departments. The President is tasked with both reducing the sizable national deficit and producing a budget that will satisfy Congress. As deliberate cuts start getting made, the Presi
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AP U.S. Government Complete Course 2018-2019 Redesign Ready
This is my complete course for AP U.S. Government to match the 2018-2019 redesign. Because of the size of the materials this is a GOOGLE DRIVE purchase. You might want to put all of the materials onto a portable hard drive because they are bigger files. The year is broken up over 5 units and include
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Economics and Civics and World History Mega Bundle
This full semester of Mega Bundle includes multiple options for teaching Civics and Economics with various resources to mix it up. You will have access to my google drive and a thumb drive, and all the videos for the PPT keynotes. This bundle also includes everything from World History as well. "Gr
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How a Bill Becomes a Law: Group Activity
In this activity students will learn how a bill becomes a law in the United States Federal Government. Students work in groups to create, propose, and pass laws. The students will observe first hand the difficulty in creating "good" laws, justifying those laws, and garnering enough votes to pass t
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Civics Activities Bundle
This is a compilation of 6 high interest, low prep activities for your Civics classroom! Engage your students with all of these learning activities! Included in this purchase are: * 6 Principles of the Constitution Learning Stations * Civil Rights in the United States Timeline Activity * Current
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City Planning Project
Collaboration while infusing increased vocabulary acquisition and reading comprehension is my favorite! This group activity will hold the attention of your classroom for upwards of three or four days, depending on your schedule.  Perfect for Social Studies, English Language Arts, Civics, or Career a
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Stock Market Project
This is a simulation Stock Market Project. There's a list of companies and their descriptions for students to choose from. They are given a budget to spend on shares of whatever companies they choose from the list and they have to monitor whether they make money or lose money over a period of time.
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Too Many Firehouses - Introduction to Argumentative Writing
Too Many Firehouses is an introduction to argumentative writing, specifically thesis writing, through an interactive classroom exercise involving primary source interpretation. By the end of the one-class-period assignment, students explore the concepts of primary source bias, authority, reliabilit
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Should the voting age be lowered to 16?
Should the Voting Age be Lowered to 16? A Civics Education Lesson Plan Time Needed: 2 to 4 class periods Grade Level: 8-12 Materials Needed: Student worksheets (Lowering the voting age handout, county government handout, budget handout, budget worksheet) Learning Objectives: (correlated to Te
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