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Transform your American Government or Civics classroom to be project-based and start cultivating authentic learning with this complete semester course bundle, saving 20%!
Included in this all-inclusive, semester-long curriculum:
- 4-page Course Overview and Suggested Calendar
- 3 full four- to-six-week PBL content units
- 2 semester-long projects
- 3 stand-alone writing projects
- 3-topic culminating research paper project
- Detailed lesson plans, answer keys, and editable PPTs
- ALL mini unit and smaller resources within each content unit! ($85 worth of materials for FREE!)
Download the FREE Course Overview and Suggested Calendar to decide if PBL is a great fit for your students!
Project-based teaching brings focused rigor and true real-world dimension to your daily lessons. And the personalized, authentic products students create are so inspiring. It has re-ignited a passion for teaching in me and I hope it will for you too!
The materials here allow you to teach a rich and meaningful course, completely independent of a textbook. Everything needed is included or accessible free online.
This mega bundle will always include the latest versions of everything Government / Civics related at Let's Cultivate Greatness, including all future resources! Just go to "My Purchases" and download at no additional cost!
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Included in this full-course bundle:
Course Overview and Suggested Calendar: a FREE at-a-glance explanation of course; just click the link!
What Does Democracy Look Like?: Kick-start your course with this fun and collaborative activity about the concept of "government" and "democracy" on Day 1
Back to School Activity 7-Pack: Ask "What does it mean to be an American citizen?" by introducing a thematic foundation on which to build your Civics or American Government course- perfect for Week 1
Three 4-6 Week Content Units
Voting / Election Unit: Ask “Is voting an American responsibility, right, or privilege?” by challenging students to be informed voters for a mock election
3 Branches / Checks and Balances Unit: Ask “How democratic is America’s government?” by challenging students to interview a trusted adult to help them decide for themselves
Judicial Branch / Bill of Rights Unit: Ask "How are my Constitutional Rights defined?" by challenging students to create their own Constitutionally-protected mesage
Free Speech Project: Guide students to examine and exercise their most precious constitutional right
Constitutional Issues Research Paper Project: Culminate your course with this all-inclusive, customizable, 3-option project
Political Service BINGO: Challenge students to engage in a wide variety civic and community experiences
Citizenship Test & Op-Ed Essay: Raise students’ basic government knowledge and study habits, along with their research and argumentative essay skills
Stand-Alone Writing Projects
Letter to an Elected Official: Turn your students in engaged citizens in expressing their voice to their representatives
Op-Ed Essay: Turn your stu dents into engaged citizens by expressing their voice to their community
Letter to the Editor: Turn your students into engaged citizens by publicly discussing the current news
In addition, the smaller activity packs and mini unit versions of each main unit (an $85 value!) all also included for FREE! Perfect for customizing to your classroom's needs and time constraints!