Students take on the roles of different types of people involved in the process of gentrification. They learn to empathize with the different perspectives and evaluate whether gentrification is anyone's "fault" when it occurs.
Activity is really
Students complete a scavenger hunt using the U.S Constitution to find answers to questions from the U.S. Naturalization test.
Great activity for classrooms with diverse student populations with students who's parents may be in the process of
Students must navigate through obstacles in the federal bureaucracy to plan a march working to promote change on an issue important to them!
Awesome for units involving political participation, bureaucracy, or social justice. I used it as an intro
Students imagine they have crashed on a desert island. They must form a government and rules to survive in the State of Nature.
Great opening activity to do one Day 1 of a Government class. It is awesome for setting the foundations for ideas like
Essay with directions and specific questions for students to interview an adult in their lives about their political beliefs, party affiliation and events that shaped their views.
Great way to incorporate learning for a unit on political parties
U.S. History from the Industrial Age to Contemporary America summed up in short paragraphs. Used as differentiation for low-level learners as a state testing review exercise.
A word bank is provided for students to fill in the blanks in the