# Results forelection percentage

This worksheet uses an online database of election "box scores" (U.S. government sponsored) to answer a series of questions. These questions are quite challenging as they are multi-step problems that require close examination of data. The actual math used is simple; addition, subtraction and perce
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This is a quick practice sheet for students practicing converting between fractions, decimals and percents. It gives maps of the red and blue states from the 2008 election, and has them calculate the percentage of each. It also gives a map of swing states and has them calculate the percentage of s
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2018 Midterm Election Results Webquest Fact Finding Who Controls House and Props sends students on a no-prep fact finding, results analyzing mission, regarding the United States Midterm Elections from November 7th, 2018. Who will control the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives? Which propositio
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Fully editable for your AP Government needs. Materials Included: 17 Slide Presentation Includes: *Links to Relevant Websites *Relevant Graphics *Lecture Notes in notes section of PPT for use with lecture on Elections and Voter Behavior for AP Government and Politics PDF Documents Include: *”Hando
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This product is for a mini-unit teaching the 2016 Presidential Election. It is a 30 slide PowerPoint Presentation, 9 PDF files, and a four page teacher’s guide. These activities work best to accompany the book, “If I Ran for President” by, Catherine Stier, illustrator, Lynne Avril, but individual
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There are 3 centers based on the 2016 presidential election. Center 1- task cards with facts. Center 2- creating inequalities and percentages based on class votes. Center 3- creating a graph based on the class votes.
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This is a worksheet that allows students to apply the concept of cognitive dissonance to the last presidential election. Students analyze their own points of view as well as Americans by looking at who won the presidential debates. This worksheet actually generated a lot of discussion. We watched ex
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On Sunday, December 11th, Donald Trump went on national television and declared the following: "We had a massive landslide victory, as you know, in the Electoral College." Was this really true, or was he lying? This is a massive investigation that looks at the winning margins for all 58 U.S. Pres
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This is a bundle of 2 highly animated, power point presentations on the presidency of George HW Bush and a summary of issues which led up to his election. Both presentations together number 26 slides. Each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change them to fit your individual needs.
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This is a 10 slide, highly animated, power point presentations on US Presidential Elections - Election of 1988 - GHW Bush. Each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change it to fit your individual needs. Although Vice President George Bush faced some opposition in the primaries from
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This is an activity that analyzes the legitimacy of the "electoral college" system of voting in the United States, and whether it really is based on "one person, one vote." It uses census data from 2010 to show that when it comes to influence on presidential elections, states with smaller population
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This is a 13 slide, highly animated, power point presentations on US Presidential Elections - Election of 2008 & 2012 - Obama. Each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change it to fit your individual needs. The 2008 election was historic. Barack Obama became the first African-Am
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An engaging classroom civics activity with step by step instructions demonstrating the value of voting and making our voices be heard! Students mirror America's election process by discussing and debating provided community issues, followed by a unique voting exercise. Three unique community issue
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This is a set of activities that uses the raw data from each state in the 2016 United States Presidential Election, including the number of votes for each candidate, the number of "eligible" voters and the number of voters who "did not vote." What students will find out that if "did not vote" was a
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This is a way for students to analyze the Presidential election mathematically. Students will look at the number of electoral votes for each state and find mean, median, mode and create a stem-and-leaf plot. After the election they will look at the percentage of votes earned by each candidate and c
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Applied math in use. More information - webpage of the project "Mathematics and the world around us" (I am one of the coordinator of the project): http://hore.dnom.fmph.uniba.sk/~esfprojekt/heslo.htm
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The project is the core of what I have built my classroom around. Scaffolding learners to real world projects. This bundle includes the 105+ math projects I have written. This is over 2,700 pages of content. 21st Century Math Projects each scaffold through an authentic context and math skill buildi
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The Constitution - 12 separate lessons including an authentic structured inquiry, comprehensive coverage of the Consitution and a debate about the Electoral College! ☆☆☆Engaging, student centered, and make for the middle school mind!☆☆☆Lessons Included: Shays' Rebellion Inquiry - This inquiry focuse
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Whether doing discount percent, markup percent, percent of change (increase or decrease), or tax and tip problems, all of which involve percent calculations, I have found that using percent proportions is the best way to do so. There are no decimal shifts (as there are when students use the percent
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I have created these blank US history maps for the years 1400-1865. I like my students to practice creating and interpreting historical maps. For years I have not been able to find what I was looking for so I created my own instead. There are 30 in this package and it includes a color answer key a
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Electoral College Poster Project: Integrate Math into Social Studies! Google 1:1! This Electoral College lesson is included as part of the larger United States Constitution Unit, located here: The United States Constitution 15-Lesson Unit! This is also included in the Election Bundle, located her
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This unit test is specifically for teachers who want to test their students on only the skill of punctuation with run-ons and fragments included. It contains a full length passage with 39 sentences, but it is not an all encompassing whole year test. At this point in the year, you have not had enou
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Fun Debate Activity - Students discuss whether the United States should keep the Electoral College! This lesson provides a fun and educationally structured debate for students to discuss the controversy regarding the Electoral College. This includes up-to-date information - including the 2016 elec
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THANK YOU for your interest in my Presidential Close Read Packet for Elementary Grades. I use this packet for my 2nd – 5th grade ESL students. It works well for a focus on the presidency, elections, Black History Month, community, government, presidential holidays, or simply as part of review or tea
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