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Election Lessons from Classroom Law Project

Posted By Jennifer Bloom On October 4, 2016 @ 12:42 pm In | Comments Disabled

From Classroom Law Project [1]

To help you through the hype, Classroom Law Project is again offering popular election season lessons.

The lessons are well-researched, non-partisan, classroom ready. In short, they will save you a ton of time.

Here is the Table of Contents to give you a flavor for what you will find:

  • Introduction and Tips for Teaching in Polarized Times
  • Lesson 1 – How do we hire a President?
  • Lesson 2 – Who are the major candidates and where do they stand?
  • Lesson 3 – What should I watch for in the debates?
  • Lesson 4 – Should we believe everything we read? Becoming a discerning consumer of media
  • Lesson 5 – What does the Constitution say about voting? Constitutional Amendments and the Electoral College
  • Lesson 6 – What are some of today’s voting issues? voter registration, voter ID, youth vote, technology
  • Lesson 7 – Culminate with a class hearing

http://www.classroomlaw.org/2016-elections-lessons/ [2]


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