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- Available Lessons: 133
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
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Course SummaryThis course offering lesson plans on U.S. civics and politics is a helpful teacher resource to help you create the very best curriculum you can. Made up of lesson plans and resources you can access any time, this convenient resource is designed by professional instructors.
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About This Course
Our course of lesson plans on U.S. politics and civics is designed to help you achieve your goals as a teacher, including creating engaging lectures, prompting your students with exciting project ideas or promoting key concepts and facts about these subjects. This course covers voting, elections and the media in politics, among many other related subjects. Because this resource is mobile-friendly and accessible 24/7, you can utilize your important planning time more conveniently.
How It Works
The lesson plans included in this course are offered in a convenient and readily accessible format.
Here you will review:
- Lesson plans on U.S. politics and civics
- Short videos you can show in the classroom
- Transcripts of the lessons that make helpful study guides
- Games and activities to make learning about politics and civics fun
How It Helps
- Homework suggestions: Helps you create interesting homework assignments that allow your students to work through these topics on their own
- Activities and games: Enables you to quickly put together games and other activities that bring these concepts to life
- Learning objectives: Ensures your curriculum keeps key objectives in mind so you can be sure you're teaching your students what they need to know
The subjects covered in this course include:
- American civics
- U.S. political science
- Elections and voting
- The American flag
- The media in politics
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