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Interactive Social Studies Journals {K-2}
Interactive notebooks are widely used in classroom. If you were to walk in mine today, you would see interactive notebooks for reading, math, and science. The purpose behind these notebooks is to keep students organized and assist in synthesizing lessons taught. It’s common to see vocabulary, notes,
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My Government Project Based Learning
Product Description: • Informational Reading Passages o Symbols o Rules o Laws o Governor o President o Mayor o Three Branches of Government o Pledge of Allegiance • Three Branches Graphic Organizer • Symbols Book • Create Your Own Symbol • “If I Were President” o Graphic Organizer o Informational
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Middle School Geography, Government, and Psychology Bundle -- 31 Products!
Middle School Geography, Government, and Psychology Bundle -- 31 Products! When I started teaching middle school Social Studies over 17 years ago I was given a text book that was outdated, at an advanced reading level, and did not provide any supplemental material. I found myself completely on my
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Model UN - Capital Punishment
41 teachers have purchased this product. Have you tried to conduct a simulation of the UN, only to have it become completely unrealistic, and descend into silliness, where students have no idea of the policy of the country they're representing, and very little knowledge of the topic debated. Do you
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Bill Proposal Template
Use this template to provide a hands on experience for your students. I use this template to write classroom bills (rules) the first few days of school. Then we vote them into law, this provides accountability and ownership on their part.
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9-11 Civil Liberties "You Be The Judge" Supreme Court Simulation
Use this lesson to bring the Supreme Court and Constitutional Amendments to life by students role playing the Supreme Court justices and deciding on real-life Supreme Court cases. Students read the case, discuss in groups and write their opinion on the case on how the court should vote. After studen
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Mock House of Reps w/Committees, Speaker of the House, & Passing Bills
This Mock House of Reps has been years in the making. It's worked very well in my class and although it does take up a good bit of class-time, student feedback and AP scores indicate that it's a success. Students become familiar with the structure of Congress, how committees work, how a bill becom
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