Informational Text Activity, FREE, Supreme Court Cases, Easy Sub Plan, CCSS
FREE print-and-teach lesson materials to leave with a sub and/or use with any English, health, or civics class. #freelesson #highschool #middleschool
A Spontaneous List of Favorite Civics and Economics Literature
Civics and Economics Literature #homeschool #highschool #economics #civics
14 Ways To Make Geography Class Fun - 2 Peas and a Dog
Learn 14 different ways to make geography class relevant, fun and engaging for teachers and students from 2 Peas and a Dog.
5 Ways to Keep Your Students Engaged During This Presidential Election Season
Are you looking for ways to ignite your students' curiosity about the election process? During election season is when all students become naturally curious about what’s going on in the news, who the candidates are, and what each candidate believes. To capitalize on this natural curiosity, I want to share five proven ways to keep your students engaged, and excited to learn, during the presidential election season. #2020Elections #PresidentialElections #USGovernment
Your Guide To Teaching Political Party Ideologies
Doable lesson ideas to challenge students to explore political party platforms and their own party affiliation in your high school government & civics classroom.
10 Ways to Promote Culture in the Classroom
If there's one thing I've become fiercely passionate about throughout my years as an educator, it's promoting culture in the classroom. It's our duty as teachers to provide students with a plethora of experiences to be a guest in other cultures AND share about their own. Here are 10 ways I incorporate culture in the
Historical Scene Investigations - A Great Way to Get Students to Use Primary Sources
Historical Scene Investigation contains thirteen cases in which students analyze "clues" found in primary sources in order to form a conclusion to each investigation.
Talking About Race in School: An Interview with José Vilson | Cult of Pedagogy
Race-related issues impact all of us, inside school and out. How can we have productive, healthy conversations with students about these issues?
A No-Fail Strategy to Using Political Cartoons in Your Government or Civics Class
Teach ANY cartoon, historical or modern, using this one easy strategy. Includes step-by-step instructions and tips that you can start using tomorrow in your high school history or civics class… More