Presidential Election

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This board is all about Presidential elections and the candidates. Here you'll find information to help teach about the election in your middle school or high school classroom this year. These pins will work great for your 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade students!

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Impeachment Doodle Flow Chart

This impeachment doodle flow chart from History Gal will help students visualize the impeachment process and, ultimately, understand that impeachment is the process of being tried for a crime.

This impeachment doodle flow chart from History Gal will help students visualize the impeachment process and, ultimately, understand that impeachment is the process of being tried for a crime. Teaching Us History, Teaching Social Studies, History Teachers, Help Teaching, Teacher Jokes, Best Teacher, High School Classroom, High School Students, School Grades

Impeachment Doodle Flow Chart

This impeachment doodle flow chart from History Gal will help students visualize the impeachment process and, ultimately, understand that impeachment is the process of being tried for a crime.

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History of Political Parties in U.S. - Kathleen Kowal

An overly simplified infographic interpreting the shift in ideologies in U.S. politics and political parties.

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President's Day & Inauguration Activities:Washington Monument: Build a model with this free printable!

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Elections in the Classroom - 7 Tips for Real Learning with Minimum Controversy

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Three Reasons You Need to Discuss the Paris Attacks with Your Students - Leah Cleary

The 2016 Presidential Election was an incredibly tough one. It was long, it was drawn out, and it was ugly. It also had an outcome that a lot of people--and a lot of our students--didn't want. How can we talk about this with them? I take some time in this

This 77 slide PowerPoint presentation on the political system and election process covers a myriad of topics. Teaching Us History, Help Teaching, Propaganda Techniques, Presidental Election, Two Party System, Election Process, Interest Groups, High School Classroom, Public Opinion

The Political System and Election Process PowerPoint and Guided Notes

This 77 slide PowerPoint presentation on the political system and election process covers a myriad of topics, including voting (how it started, the two party system, Democrats, Republicans, & MORE!), voting (registering to vote, primary & general elections, and more!), electoral college, shaping public opinion, interest groups, and taking an active role in government. This 70+ page resource would be a great addition to your 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade classroom or homeschool! $

If there is one thing that will influence voters more than anything else during Campaign it is the image. Visual literacy, already a part of the Common Core ELA standards as well as the arts standards of most states, comes into play here. Teaching Social Studies, Help Teaching, Creative Teaching, Visual Literacy, Common Core Ela, High School Classroom, World Geography, English Language Learners, Presidential Election

Pulling Back the Curtain on Campaign Ad Techniques

If there is one thing that will influence voters more than anything else during Campaign 2016, it is the image. Visual literacy, already a part of the Common Core ELA standards as well as the arts standards of most states, comes into play here. Can you an

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History of voting!

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Learn About The Government & Election Process For FREE! - How To Homeschool For FREE

Teach your kids how our country works with these FREE resources on government and the election process!

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Bad Hombres, Nasty Women (ft. "Weird Al" Yankovic)

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Teaching Election 2016

Blog post & video about how teachers can incorporate Election 2016 into their classroom. Also discusses ways to discuss the election without all the controversy.

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How to Teach Politics in Class (And Live to Tell About It)

Teach politics in class and live to tell about it. Ideas for middle and high school social studies teachers.

Are you wondering how to teach about the presidential election in your classroom this year? Trust me, you're not alone! That's why these educators came up with their thoughts on how you can best teach about the candidates - that may mean avoiding the conv 3rd Grade Classroom, High School Classroom, Social Studies Curriculum, Study History, Mentor Texts, Help Teaching, Too Cool For School, Secondary School, Reading Activities

How to Teach About the Presidential Election - HoJo's Teaching

Are you wondering how to teach about the presidential election in your classroom this year? Trust me, you're not alone! That's why these educators came up with their thoughts on how you can best teach about the candidates - that may mean avoiding the conv