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I use this as my paper lesson plan book to keep track of what lesson I am teaching each day. I type my lesson plans but this helps me to keep my 4 preps organized! It's hard with a rotation schedule but this helps me so much! amzn.to/2YFkcvv ... See MoreSee Less
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Get your students politically engaged with this amazing political party Websearch lesson. It is perfect for distance learning! Students will take political party quizzes, research key issues of the main parties, and write a response on what party they think they belong to based on the web search results. This amazing lesson will get your students excited and discussing political parties and candidates. It takes my class a full 50 minutes to complete! This is a wonderful activity to enhance any civics course! Get this lesson for Free today!
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Accelerate and engage your government students’ with this How a Bill Becomes a Law Lesson! This product contains PowerPoint with video links, handout to take notes, matching game, and legislative hurdles assignment. This is a full 55-minute lesson on how a bill becomes a law. This lesson is sure to engage them in the content and make them critically analyze the Legislative Branch. notanotherhistoryteacher.com/product/billtolaw/ ... See MoreSee Less
I love this class set of dry erase sheets that make station work and helps to make primary documents safe during station work. I use these all the time in groups as instant white boards and so many more uses.
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Get your students politically engaged with this amazing political party lesson. Perfect for distance learning! Students will take political party quizzes, research key issues, and write a response. Get this lesson for Free today!
Get your students involved in current events with this current event assignment! With this assignment, they research one current event from two news sources: one from the right and left. My student actually look forward to current events every week!
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