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      • Thumb image for Graffiti on TrialResource Type: Website / HyperLink

        Graffiti on Trial

        Grades: 3
        Subjects: History-Social Science, American Democracy, Civics
        Students will prepare for a mock trial in the classroom by examining the parts of an actual courtroom and then creating a floo...
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        Balancing Act: The Three Branches

        Grades: 5
        Subjects: History-Social Science, American Democracy, Civics
        This lesson involves students understanding the three branches of the United States government and how these three branches chec...
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        The Pledge of Allegiance

        Grades: 1
        Subjects: Civics, American Democracy
        The students will understand the significance of the United States National Flag as a symbol of our country. Through this lesso...
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        The U.S. Constitution Bill of Rights

        Grades: 4
        Subjects: History-Social Science, Civics, American Democracy
        This 4th grade lesson will help students understand the importance of having rules (laws) in society, learn how they are addre...
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        Our Government Today…What A System!

        Grades: 5
        Subjects: American Democracy, Civics
        This lesson (which will take place over several class periods) is the first in a series of three in the unit. It is designed to...
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        Articles of Confederation... Well they were trying!

        Grades: 5
        Subjects: American Democracy, Civics
        This lesson (which will take place over several class periods) is the 2nd in a series of three extensive lessons in the unit. It...
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        How Do We Solve Our Problems? (¿Cómo resolvemos nuestros problemas?): The Three Branches

        Grades: 2
        Subjects: American Democracy, Civics
        This lesson follows a lesson introducing the 3 branches of government. Students already have an understanding of how laws are ma...
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        What are the Possible Consequences of Privacy?

        Grades: 7 to 8
        Subjects: American Democracy, Civics
        This lesson examines some of the possible consequences of privacy. You will classify these consequences as benefits or costs. La...
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        Creating a Bill of Rights in Space

        Grades: 6 to 9
        Subjects: American Democracy, Civics
        Objectives: Students will define "rights." Students will analyze and apply the U.S. Bill of Rights to hypothetical situations....
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        The Rule of Paradox: The Rule of Law

        Grades: 5
        Subjects: History-Social Science, Civics, American Democracy
        This lesson is the 3rd lesson for the unit outline which centers on of the necessity for rules. Students have had the opportun...
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        The Scopes Trial: Who Decides What Gets Taught in the Classroom?

        Grades: 8 to 12
        Subjects: History-Social Science, Civics, American Democracy
        One of the most famous trials in American history took place in a small town in Tennessee in 1925. On trial was a high-school te...
        Contributor: Deborah Genzer
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        Upton Sinclair, Theodore Roosevelt, and Harvey W. Wiley

        Grades: 11
        Subjects: United States History, Civics
        In this lesson, students learn how Progressive reformers in government used the public outrage over Upton Sinclair's book The Ju...
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        Scottsboro Trial

        Grades: 9 to 12
        Subjects: History-Social Science, American Democracy, Civics
        In this lesson, students will read about and discuss the Scottsboro Trials from the 1930s. This miscarriage of justice clearly d...
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        Arizona v. United States

        Grades: 10 to 12
        Subjects: History-Social Science, American Democracy, Civics
        Students will examine a controversial law passed in the state of Arizona that directs law enforcement officers to investigate su...
        Contributor: Deborah Genzer
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        What Conflicting Opinions Did the Framers Have about the Completed Constitution?

        Grades: 9 to 12
        Subjects: American Democracy, Civics
        This lesson describes some conflicting points of view of leading Framers about the Constitution. Most of the delegates argued f...
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        Can We All Please Just Get Along?: The Rule of Law

        Grades: TK/K to 3
        Subjects: History-Social Science, American Democracy, Civics
        This lesson concludes a unit that focuses on the need for rules/laws within a society and ultimately within a classroom.
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        Teen Curfew

        Grades: 6 to 8
        Subjects: History-Social Science, American Democracy, Civics
        In this lesson, students will consider a proposed teen curfew law in a mock city council session. The class is divided into grou...
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        The Power of the Press: The First Amendment

        Grades: 5
        Subjects: Civics, American Democracy
        his standards-based lesson is one of several on the Constitution and the Bill of Rights in fifth grade. Students will understan...
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        Brown v. Board of Education Word Puzzle

        Grades: 6 to 12
        Subjects: History-Social Science, American Democracy, Civics
        Learn about a landmark Supreme Court ruling with this word puzzle. In 1954, the court ruled in Brown v. Board of Education that ...
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        FREE PRESS VS. FAIR TRIAL: THE LINDBERGH BABY KIDNAPPING CASE

        Grades: 8 to 12
        Subjects: History-Social Science, American Democracy, Civics
        Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh was a genuine American hero. In 1927, Lindbergh captured the public imagination by flying solo from...
        Contributor: Deborah Genzer
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