Historical Thinking Lesson Plan Templates in High School Social Studies

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How Democratic is Russia? (Worksheet)
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President Vladimir Putin has won the presidential elections twice and is very popular in opinion polls. Does that make his administration democratic...
How Did Russia's Oligarchs Rise to Power? (Worksheet)
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Oligarchs control a vast amount of wealth and influence in Russia today. How did these business titans rise to power and what is their relationship...
Discrimination in Iran (Worksheet)
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  • Social Studies
  • High School
Nobel Peace Prize winner Shirin Ebadi spoke at Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs on May 1, 2006 about her book Iran Awakening: A...
What are the Biggest Threats to China's Security? (Worksheet)
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Columbia professor Andrew Nathan spoke at Carnegie Council in February 2013 about his new co-authored book, China's Search for Security. In the...
Working within Nigeria's Sharia Courts (Worksheet)
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  • Social Studies
  • High School
Until 1999, Muslim laws in Nigeria applied primarily to civil matters. But since the end of military rule in 1999, nine of Nigeria’s 36 states have...
Vigilantism in Nigeria (2002) (Worksheet)
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Nigeria's transition from a military dictatorship to a democracy in 1999 was fraught with problems, including a lack of adequate police protection in...
How did Mexico Evolve into a Democratic State? (Worksheet)
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The PRI (National Revolutionary Party) held power in Mexico for 71 years. The country was a one-party state until 2000, when Vicente Fox of the...
Is Mexico Ruled by an Elite Class? [1980] (Worksheet)
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Carlos Fuentes is one of Mexico's most famous 20th century writers of the Spanish-speaking world, and was a long-standing critic of the nation's PRI...
Illiberal Democracy and the Middle East
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On April 8, 2014, Shadi Hamid led a conversation at Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs concerning "illberal democracies" in a post-...
Our Shared Humanity | Global Oneness Project
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Students watch the short film, “My Enemy, My Brother,” by Ann Shin, which follows two former enemy soldiers as they meet twenty years after battle...