All elections are important, however, midterm election tend to be overlooked. CCE had developed a brand new lesson on the topic of midterm election. Please feel free to download this lesson at the link below
Back by popular demand, I have attached the Federalism Yarn Activity lesson plan to this new discussion topic. Thanks to Texas Law-Related Education and Janie Worst for writing up the directions. Hope others have fun with this creative way to teach Federalism and the powers of government.
The independent study program allows students, in a survey class, to dig deeper into the historical content through research and presentation. In order to qualify, students must score 90 or above on a pre-assessment. Using the concept of menu boards, students choose topics and projects that ...Read the rest of this topic
Looking to help student experience what it would be like to argue a Supreme Court case? Check out this Supreme Court Simulation lesson. It includes links to sample cases from www.oyez.org
Sample cases shown in the lesson include: Fredrick v. Morse and Safford Unified School District v. Redding
Unit 4, Lesson 25
(Edited by Patience LeBlanc - original submission Sunday, March 5, 2017, 12:40 PM)