Teaching Materials

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Number of Items Returned - 93

Audience: Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12)
Topic Details:
Current Issues
Teaching Strategy:
Controversial Issues, Discussion/Deliberation, Problem-Based Learning, Questioning Strategies
US Constitution:
Preamble, Bill of Rights (Amendments I-X), 14th Amendment
Audience: Primary (K-3)
Eagle
Topic Details:
Citizenship, Rights and Responsibilities
Teaching Strategy:
Brainstorming, Discussion/Deliberation
US Constitution:
Preamble, Bill of Rights (Amendments I-X)
Audience: Middle School (6-8)
Topic Details:
Civil Rights, Religious Freedom, Rule of Law
Teaching Strategy:
Case Study, Cooperative Learning/Small Group Work, Discussion/Deliberation
US Constitution:
Bill of Rights (Amendments I-X), 1st Amendment, 2nd Amendment, 3rd Amendment, 4th Amendment, 5th Amendment, 6th Amendment, 7th Amendment, 8th Amendment, 9th Amendment, 10th Amendment
Audience: Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12)
Topic Details:
Citizenship, Rights and Responsibilities, Civil Rights, Equal Protection
Teaching Strategy:
Discussion/Deliberation
US Constitution:
Bill of Rights (Amendments I-X), 14th Amendment
Audience: Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12)
The Gettysburg Address 150th Anniversary Lesson
Topic Details:
Citizenship, Rights and Responsibilities, Federalism
Teaching Strategy:
Controversial Issues, Discussion/Deliberation
US Constitution:
Preamble, Bill of Rights (Amendments I-X)
Audience: Primary (K-3)
Cupcake Thief
Topic Details:
Conflict Resolution
Teaching Strategy:
Discussion/Deliberation
US Constitution:
Bill of Rights (Amendments I-X)
Audience: High School (9-12), ELL/Foreign Language
Cyberbullying
Topic Details:
Current Issues, Due Process, Equal Protection, Foreign Policy, Public Policy, Rights of the Accused, State/Local Government, Supreme Court/Judicial Branch
Teaching Strategy:
Controversial Issues, Cooperative Learning/Small Group Work, Discussion/Deliberation, Problem-Based Learning, Structured Academic Controversy (SAC)
US Constitution:
Bill of Rights (Amendments I-X), 1st Amendment, 5th Amendment, 14th Amendment
Audience: Primary (K-3)
voting in a democracy
Topic Details:
Citizenship, Rights and Responsibilities, Elections, Jury System
Teaching Strategy:
Cooperative Learning/Small Group Work, Discussion/Deliberation
US Constitution:
15th Amendment, 19th Amendment, 23rd Amendment, 24th Amendment, 26th Amendment
Audience: Primary (K-3)
Everybody Eats
Topic Details:
Foreign Policy
Teaching Strategy:
Cooperative Learning/Small Group Work, Discussion/Deliberation
US Constitution:
Bill of Rights (Amendments I-X)
Audience: Primary (K-3)
Frederick
Topic Details:
Citizenship, Rights and Responsibilities, Rule of Law
Teaching Strategy:
Discussion/Deliberation
US Constitution:
1st Amendment

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