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Activity Guides: Grades 9-12 Learn At Home (NYC)

Posted By llad On April 3, 2020 @ 7:40 pm In | Comments Disabled

Worksheets with activities for distance learning - these materials are designed to provide supplementary learning resources; they do not replace learning at school.

9th Grade [1]

Lesson – Global History and Geography: Skills

Objective: Analyze and gather evidence from various texts in order to understand historical context and write a structured historical paragraph. (English Bill of Rights)

Lesson - Civics for All: Rights v. Responsibilities

Objective: Analyze scenarios to better understand your rights and responsibilities and the relationship between them.

Lesson - Parliamentary v. Presidential System

Objective: Compare and Contrast presidential and parliamentary systems of government.

10th Grade [2]

Lesson - Global History and Geography Regents: Part II

Objective: Read and annotate A Vindication of the Rights of Women, The Social Contract, and The Purpose of Government to understand potential audience, bias, point of view, and/or purpose. (John Locke, Mary Wollstonecraft)

Lesson - Civics for All: Philosophical Foundations of the U.S. Constitution

Objective: Analyze the intellectual influences on the philosophical ideas expressed in the United States Constitution.

11th Grade [3]

Lesson - US History and Government Regents: Part II Causation

Objective: Read United States Constitution on Slavery and What to the Negro is the Fourth of July? to evaluate cause and effect relationships. (Frederick Douglass)

Lesson - Civics for All: Journey to Political Office - 2 Day

Objective: Analyze texts to understand various paths elected officials from New York City took to reach elected office.

12th Grade [4]

Lesson - Hidden Voices: Eliza Jennings Graham

Objective: Consider how the power of individuals to change rules and laws has been a significant enduring issue through the history of one individual, Eliza Jennings Graham.

Lesson - Civics for All: The United States Census

Objective: Analyze U.S. Census data for an NYC neighborhood and make recommendations to the City Council to help improve the lives of residents.

Lesson - Civics for All: Legal Tests & Private Property

Objective: Review Supreme Court cases to develop a legal test for the question: was the public use sufficient to authorize the taking of property? Apply your legal test to court cases involving questions of private property. (The Fifth Amendment and Eminent Domain; Takings Clause Legal Test; Eminent Domain; Keystone XL pipeline)



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[1] 9th Grade: https://cdn-blob-prd.azureedge.net/prd-pws/docs/default-source/default-document-library/learn-at-home-2020/grade-9-learn-at-home-social-studies-compiled.pdf?sfvrsn=fb004850_4

[2] 10th Grade: https://cdn-blob-prd.azureedge.net/prd-pws/docs/default-source/default-document-library/learn-at-home-2020/grade-10-learn-at-home-social-studies-compiled.pdf?sfvrsn=7cf3a177_4

[3] 11th Grade: https://cdn-blob-prd.azureedge.net/prd-pws/docs/default-source/default-document-library/learn-at-home-2020/grade-11-learn-at-home-social-studies-compiled.pdf?sfvrsn=4c7a17f_4

[4] 12th Grade: https://cdn-blob-prd.azureedge.net/prd-pws/docs/default-source/default-document-library/learn-at-home-2020/grade-12-learn-at-home-social-studies-compiled.pdf?sfvrsn=812fa9bf_4

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