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      • Thumb image for Implicit vs. Explicit Statements - Lesson Plan IdeaResource Type: Website / HyperLink

        Implicit vs. Explicit Statements - Lesson Plan Idea

        Grades: 6 to 12
        Subjects: Civics, American Democracy
        Use the Background section from a ProCon.org issue to practice identifying main ideas in informational text and distinguish betw...
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        How Do Rules & Traditions Shape Communities?

        Grades: 5 to 9
        Subjects: Civics, Humanities
        This lesson is part of the following unit: Identity Community: An Introduction to 6th Grade Social Studies In Lesson 6, studen...
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        Justice Sayings Project: Educator's Guide

        Grades: TK/K to 12
        Subjects: Education Theory and Practice, History-Social Science, English Language Development, English-Language Arts and 2 additional..
        The Justice Sayings Project: Educator’s Guide, produced by Butte County Superior Court, includes maps of the North Butte County ...
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        Medical Experimentation and Exploitation in the Jim Crow Era

        Grades: 11
        Subjects: Branches of Government, Civics, American Democracy
        (Create account to access) - This is the second of four lessons in which students will survey different aspects of the civil rig...
        Contributor: CTE Online
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        Antibiotic Regulation 1 - The Role of the Government

        Grades: 12
        Subjects: Branches of Government, Civics, American Democracy
        (Create account to access) - This lesson introduces how antibiotic resistant bacteria can develop and explores the role that var...
        Contributor: CTE Online
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        Antibiotic Regulation 3 - Legislative and Executive Action

        Grades: 12
        Subjects: Branches of Government, Civics, American Democracy
        (Create account to access) - In this lesson, students will jigsaw pieces of current regulation of antibiotic use: CA SB-27 Antib...
        Contributor: CTE Online
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        Antibiotic Regulation 2 - The Partisan and Regional Divide

        Grades: 12
        Subjects: Branches of Government, Civics, American Democracy
        (Create account to access) - This lesson explores the political and regional divide that exists over the further regulation of t...
        Contributor: CTE Online
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        We the Civics Kids Lesson 4: Principles of Justice and the Role of the Judiciary

        Grades: 1 to 4
        Subjects: Civics, American Democracy, History-Social Science
        Lesson four focuses on the principles of justice and the role of the judiciary. By following a young girl as she tries to recove...
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        Sacco and Vanzetti: Were Two Innocent Men Executed?

        Grades: 8 to 12
        Subjects: History-Social Science, Civics, American Democracy
        In 1921, two Italian immigrants were tried and convicted of robbery and murder. Six years later, they were executed. The case of...
        Contributor: Deborah Genzer
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        More Monkey Trials: The Evolution Debate Goes Back to Court

        Grades: 9 to 12
        Subjects: History-Social Science, Civics, American Democracy
        The Scopes trial of 1925 did not end the court battles over teaching evolution. Numerous trials and appeals have taken place. Mo...
        Contributor: Deborah Genzer
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        Where We Fit In: The Judicial Branch

        Grades: 5
        Subjects: Civics, American Democracy, History-Social Science
        This is the second lesson in a unit designed to help students understand that the strength of our Democracy is equal to the ...
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        Mendez v. Westminster: Paving the Way to School Desegregation

        Grades: 8 to 12
        Subjects: History-Social Science, Civics, American Democracy
        In 1947, parents won a federal lawsuit against several California school districts that had segregated Mexican-American schoolch...
        Contributor: Deborah Genzer
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        Appellate Courts: Let's Take It Up

        Grades: 7 to 12
        Subjects: Civics, American Democracy
        (Create account to access) Students learn what happens in appellate-level courts and how those courts operate differently from t...
        Contributor: Deborah Genzer
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        Mini Mock Trial

        Grades: 6 to 9
        Subjects: History-Social Science, Civics, American Democracy
        Mini-Mock Trials are shorter versions of mock trial, taking an average of 2-3 hours. They are helpful for teaching about trial p...
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        John Peter Zenger and Freedom of the Press

        Grades: 9 to 12
        Subjects: History-Social Science, Civics, American Democracy
        Should someone be prosecuted for criticizing or insulting a government official even if the offending words are the truth? Shoul...
        Contributor: Deborah Genzer
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        The Great Debate: U.S. Supreme Court Cases

        Grades: 5
        Subjects: History-Social Science, Civics, American Democracy
        This lesson follows the unit on the formation of the U.S.government and the U.S. Constitution in the student pop culture debat...
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        Separate But Equal – Is It Black or White?

        Grades: 5
        Subjects: History-Social Science, Civics, American Democracy
        The school year will begin by building a community in the class. The students will choose a class name and create a logo for the...
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        Salem Witch Trials

        Grades: 6 to 8
        Subjects: History-Social Science, Civics, American Democracy
        This lesson centers around a short play in which the accused person is given an obviously unfair trial. Students are asked to di...
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        Teaching About Due Process and the Law

        Grades: 6 to 12
        Subjects: History-Social Science, Civics, American Democracy
        In this lesson, students will be presented with various cases of discrimination. They will identify the discriminatory practice,...
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        Understanding Procedural Justice

        Grades: 4 to 7
        Subjects: Civics, American Democracy, History-Social Science
        Objectives: Students will analyze the concept of procedural justice by: identifying in a play the unfair decisions by the ruler...
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