Introduce your students to one of the hottest controversies in American government today with this interactive eighteen slide multimedia experience designed to enhance student-centered learning opportunities at home and to improve the quality of in-class discussions. Nearly every slide in this module contains current and active links to a wide variety of high-quality scholarly and journalistic resources that augment the concepts addressed in this chapter entitled “Direct and Representative Democracy- A Conflict of Governmental Systems.”
Learners will be introduced to a wide variety of viewpoints and interpretations from resources like Fordham University, the Pew Center, the New York Times and so many more! Do not take my word for it; access the product preview and experiment with the embedded links. Instructors will appreciate the time saved and the results they will see from their students by simply implementing this module.
Watch the material come to life as your students explore the fascinating concepts, controversies, and consequences surrounding direct and representative democracy. This important tool will assist you in not only introducing these concepts to students but will also allow them the opportunity to go into greater depth with the subject matter and to engage critical thinking skills.
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