US Government Teacher Instructionss in High School Social Studies

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When Hate Is in the Headlines: Resources for K-12 Educators
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Join us for a webinar with education experts from the American Federation of Teachers , the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Teaching Tolerance project...
PATRIOTIC SONG - "ONE HEART, ONE VOICE" - PATRIOTIC VIDEO FOR CLASSROOMS - WITH LESSON PLAN
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"America's Songwriter" and music educator Hank Fellows has created an exciting, child-friendly Patriotic Video for Classrooms that explores the...
Black Vote in Presidential Election
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  • Social Studies
  • High School
Common Core
As the presidential primaries continue, voters in the Democratic party are split between former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Vermont...
Martin Luther King and the Philosophy of Nonviolence
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  • Social Studies
  • High School
Standards aligned
Martin Luther King, Jr. is remembered for his achievements in civil rights and for the methods he used to get there — namely, nonviolence. More than...
Did the Constitution Establish a Just Government?
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  • Social Studies
  • High School
In this inquiry, students gain an informed, critical perspective on the United States Constitution as it stood at the close of the 1787...
Teaching the Supreme Court and Freedom of the Press with The Post
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Common Core
When the government issued injunctions against the publication of the Pentagon Papers by the New York Times and the Washington Post , its argument...
Can the Market Alone Lead the Way to a More Sustainable Future? (worksheet)
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  • Social Studies
  • High School
Renewable energy is becoming more popular in the United States thanks to new construction and lower costs. According to the Business Council for...
Lesson Plan: Rights of the Accused
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  • Social Studies
  • High School
The Constitution guarantees certain rights for those individuals accused of a crime. These include rights contained within in the fourth, fifth and...
Lesson Plan: Supreme Court Case Tinker v. Des Moines (1969)
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  • Social Studies
  • MS, HS
After wearing black armbands to school in protest of the Vietnam War, three students -- two of them siblings -- were suspended by the Des Moines...
Discussions That Make a Difference: What is an Argument?
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  • Social Studies
  • 3-5, MS, HS
Students will compare and contrast various discussion methods. By watching a video clip of Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer talk about the Court'...