US Government Lesson Plan Templates in High School Social Studies

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Executive Command Game and Extension Pack
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • 3-5, MS, HS
Make your students’ game play more meaningful by using our activity and assessment set designed specifically for Executive Command . This easy-to-use...
The Constitutional Convention: Balance of Powers
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • High School
History is the chronicle of choices made by actors/agents/protagonists in specific contexts. This simulation places students in the midst of the...
Lesson Plan: Enumerated and Implied Powers of Congress
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • High School
Article I Section 8 of the Constitution lists powers expressly delegated to Congress. This lesson has students learn about the concepts of enumerated...
Essays on the Elections Clause in the Constitution
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • High School
The National Constitution Center's Interactive Constitution provides three essays n the Elections Clause when the U.S. Congress can and cannot...
The Constitution and Notes of Debates Lesson Plan
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • MS, HS
Using http://context.montpelier.org as a reference, in this Notes of Debates lesson, students will understand why the Notes are important and how the...
Supreme Interpreters
iCivics 
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2016
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • MS, HS
What does it mean to interpret the Constitution? Why is interpretation necessary? Who gets to do it? In this WebQuest, students explore the answers...
Sources of Law
iCivics 
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2016
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • MS, HS
This lesson teaches students about the sources, types, and unique systems of law that exist in the United States. Students learn about sources of law...
States Rule!
iCivics 
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2016
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • MS, HS
At what age can you get your driver's permit? Depending on what state you live in, the answer is different. That is because each state has its own...
You be the Judge! Supreme Court Nominee Neil Gorsuch Activity
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • MS, HS
Activity: Students will read the transcript (or watch) Judge Neil Gorsuch talk about the seperation of powers, the Bill of Rights and liberty. Then...
Choosing to Make a Nation Curriculum: Creating the Constitution
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • High School
The Choosing to Make a Nation Curriculum Project developed by award-winning author Ray Raphael is a student-centered, primary source-rich approach to...