Seamlessly Teach the Constitution in ANY Setting with Thematic Hybrid Units!
This versatile digital resource is an entire thematic unit in one place! PDFs include complete teacher edition and editable student pages. Students simply type their answers in, save, and upload! Printable and projectable, this unit is perfect for seamless teaching in class, at home, or any combination!
- Flexible design works in any learning environment, ready to upload to Google Classroom or any other learning platform!
- Differentiated and supportive, with a solid mix of warmups, out-of-the-box activities, content and skills practice, graphic organizers, primary source analysis, and resources.
- Activities include: Easy Debate: Should Congress Have Term Limits?, Easy Debate: What Is a Better Voting Age: 18 or 21?, Prove It! Persuasion Station: Should the U.S. Use the Electoral College or the Popular Vote to Determine the Presidency?, and Document-Based Questions: The Constitution.
- Ready to implement! No textbook, no problem. A historical context reading with bolded key vocab terms starts the unit.
- Aligned to C3 and Common Core national standards.
Middle school, high school. Reproducible. PDF download, 103 pages.
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Useful for both US History and US Government Classes
May 6, 2021 | By Kari Catanzaro
I am teaching US Government on an emergency permit for the first time this summer, with seniors who failed the first time around. This curriculum gives me a perfect combination of basic information and engaging activities that is packaged in a totally different manner than during the regular school year. Students are thriving with it, and so am I! I also plan to use some of these activities in my regular US History classroom in the fall- super easy to incorporate for in person or distance learning!
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