Get your students and their family to join in as the Democrats and Republicans nominate their candidate for President of the United States! Print this sheet out and make a copy for each student to take home before each acceptance speech. Use it as a civics assignment, homework, or just to get their geek on! [...]
Posted: August 9th, 2012 under Challenging Students, discussions, Educational Trends and Issues, Games, History Alive! The United States Through Industrialism, Homework, Social Studies Alive! America's Past, students, Teaching High School, U.S. History.
Tags: civics, Decision 2012, Democrats, education, Election 2012, Governor Romney, political convention, President Obama, Republicans, students, teachers
To what extent do the media influence your political views? In this free lesson by @TeachTCI (www.teachtci.com), students work in groups to analyze persuasive techniques and then create and evaluate campaign commercials for presidential candidates. Take advantage of this free lesson, especially during this election year. You can learn more about Government Alive! Power, Politics, [...]
Posted: January 12th, 2012 under Challenging Students, Educational Theories, Educational Trends and Issues, groupwork, Interactive Student Notebook, Learning Styles, Multiple Intelligences, TCI info, TCI Subscription, Teaching High School, Writing.
Tags: civic responsibility, civics, elections, Free Lesson Plans, politics, presidential politics, primaries, public opinion, voting