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Course SummaryThis course is perfect for educators who need to plan lessons about U.S. government and politics. Our mobile-friendly lessons can help you quickly plan a U.S. government curriculum and engage your students with supplemental learning materials.
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About This Course
Check out this course to plan a U.S. government and politics curriculum. With informative video lessons, interactive quizzes and supplemental resources, this course makes the process of planning U.S. government lessons quick and easy. Our lesson plans ensure your lessons cover essential political science information, as well as topics related to the branches of U.S. government, the U.S. Constitution, American civics and more.
How It Works
Accessible on any Internet-connected device, this course enables teachers a way to quickly plan and implement engaging American government lessons. Interactive quizzes are also included to help you test your students' understanding of political science terms and concepts.
The course includes:
- Comprehensive lesson plans that define and explain the core components of the U.S. government and politics
- Assessments that you can use to evaluate your readiness to teach the material or assign your students to see how well they understand the lesson topics
- Interactive navigation tools to help you quickly access the U.S. government information/resources you need
- Printable lesson transcripts
- 24/7 access to the material to help you plan U.S. government lessons at your convenience
How It Helps
- Meets curriculum standards: Lesson plans ensure that your history lessons meet educational standards for U.S. politics and government.
- Helps plan lessons: The included lesson plans help teachers quickly design a comprehensive U.S. government and politics curricula.
- Engages students: Lesson plans come with accompanying lessons that can be used as supplemental teaching resources.
In this chapter, you'll find lesson plans for the following:
- The American government and its branches
- American civics
- Politics and the media
- U.S. political science
- The U.S. Constitution
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