This unit for your government or civics class is designed to encourage students to develop a political opinion of their own. This unit uses graphs, statistics, and research as students delve into the issues of the presidential election. A unit outline is included to show how these assignments could be constructed as a standalone unit or incorporated into a current government study of the election process.
Included in this resource are the following:
1. unit outline
2. a blogging assignment
3. a project centered around the candidates with a grading rubric
4. a student survey and an assignment with a community survey
5. an infograph assignment
Check out these other resources from Room 311:
U.S. Constitution Unit
Branches of Government: Resources for Goverment and Civics
The First Amendment Unit
Systems of Government Test for Civics and Government
The Presidential Election: Developing a Political Opinion
by Dena Lopez
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