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This video is meant to tell students about the character trait of cooperation and how that ties into the social studies concept of the common good. This is an animated, short summary and is the perfect hook as part of a citizenship unit. Simply show the video DIRECTLY to your students or use the vid
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In this episode we get to meet a real firefighter paramedic for the Reedy Creek Fire Department, which provides emergency fire and medical services to Walt Disney World parks & hotels in Orlando, FL. Learn what it takes to be a firefighter and what a typical work shift entails. CHALLENGE: +A
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Clarify* daily videos are designed to help educators teach students in grades 5 through 8 more about a topic currently in the news. Every week we provide one or two new lesson plans in addition to the videos. This particular lesson plan is tied to the video "What Is a Democracy?" and will help a c
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Watch this video to understand the concept of a conflict of interest. Learn how to avoid one using the analogy of a lemonade stand.
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Pipelines are important when transporting resources across long distances. Why are pipelines becoming an issue in the news? Watch the video and learn more about them.
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Jackie Robinson was the first African-American baseball player who was admitted to the major leagues. His presence and hard work on the field played a huge role in culture and civil rights off the field. Watch our video to learn more about his legacy.
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Humans sometimes mistreat animals and some animal activists think they should have their own legal rights. But the questions comes down to determining the legal status of a chimpanzee. Watch our clarifier and learn more.
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President Trump signed an executive order during his first month in office banning certain immigrants from the United States. After careful review and criticism, he released an updated version of the ban. How did the ban change? Who does the ban affect now? Watch our clarifer and learn more.
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The Second Amendment is a very important part of the United States Constitution. Written by the Founding Fathers, they wrote this document for the future of the nation. But did they foresee all of advances and changes in America? Watch out clarifier and learn what it means to be "Pro-Second Amendmen
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Tax Day in the United States is once a year every April. It is common to hear adults talk about filing their taxes. But do kids pay taxes too? Watch our clarifier and find out if it's true or false.
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Executive orders are the highest form of enacting law by an individual. Only the president of the United States has that power. In order to keep fair checks and balances on power, not all decisions are finalized. Watch our clarifier and learn more about who has the final say with the law.
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In certain societies, people may be mistreated. Unfortunately, they may need to flee their country in hopes for a better quality of life. Watch our clarifier and learn about asylum-seekers.
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The Election of 2016 will forever go down in history as one of the most talked about elections of modern history. The winning candidate won the election with less votes. How did that happen? Watch our clarifier and learn more.
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There are three branches of government. The United States President is given certain powers under the executive branch. When it comes to the final say, who has more power? The judicial branch or the executive branch? Watch our clarifier and learn about the branches of government.
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On January 21, 2017, women and men across the country and around the world marched in big cities protesting the inauguration of the 45th President of the United States. The Women's March took place in Washington D.C. It was one of the largest demonstrations against a president in modern history. Is
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Mass shootings happen in America as frequently as every day. How is this happening? Part of the reason this is an on-going issue is due to gun control. Will there be an end to this trend in America? Watch our clarifier and learn more about the mass shooting problem in America.
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Gender inequality is a social issue that disproportionately affects women. The gender roles in society is partially responsible for the inequalities that affect women. What are they? How are they treated differently? Watch our clarifier and learn what gender inequality is.
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The United States government was found on the idea of democracy. Countries around the world later adopted this ideology, but did they use it in the same way? Watch our clarifier and learn how France uses democracy in their voting process.
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President Trump made an accusation that President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower. There does not seem to be any substantial evidence of this happening. Watch our clarifier and learn more about wiretapping.
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Capital punishment in the United States is known as the death penalty. Criminals who are convicted of a serious crime are sometimes sentenced to death. Capital punishment is still legal in the United States, but a number of states do not support it. Watch our clarifier and learn more about capital p
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In this video Mr. Pahl offers some helpful tips for making flipped video podcasts. Mr. Pahl is teaching professional who has been fully flipping his Social Studies classes for years. He was the Social Studies coordinator for the Flipped Learning Network for many years, currently teaches online wit
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