This notebook is complete with multiple sections for students to write notes, vocabulary, examples, and activities. The notebook is designed by learners of many different intelligences and include writing, artistic, research, and creative activities to reach all types of learners. Included within this product is a notes section for students to record important content for the subject matter. Also included is a research component in which students will research examples of the forms of government. A vocabulary section is included and a short project in which students will create their own unique government and piece of propaganda.
This handout includes a graphic organizer categorizing the actions of the British before the American Revolution and also the reactions of the American colonists in regards to the Sugar Act, the Stamp Act, the Boston Massacre, the Boston Tea Party, and the Intolerable Acts. The second page includes a cause and effect activity about the Intolerable Acts. Also included within the document are response questions to assess student knowledge and learning. This is a perfect activity to complete in class with students or to assign for homework.
This bundle includes lesson plans from American Government courses that are currently located in my store. The lesson plans include a blank daily template, Active Participation in Government, Discrimination and Segregation, Naturalization, Suffrage Lesson Plans. SAVE 50%
This item includes items that could be used in an introductory chapter of American Government and/or a Forms of Government chapter. Included within this file is three powerpoint presentations (Forms of government, examples of governments, democracy), a project (Create your own Country), vocabulary list, assessment, and study guide for the assessment. These are great resources to use for an entire unit of study.
This bundle includes the Interest Groups Presentation and the Interest Groups Research Activity found in my store for a great discount. Also included are the "Thank You For Smoking" Response Questions and Active Participation in Government Lesson plan as they are both related to interest groups and the role of interest groups in the United States.
This one page document provides links to two short youtube videos about the current conflicts causing instability in present day Middle East. The document provides the links to the two videos and then questions about each of the videos. A task, asking students to create a visual is present at the end of the document.
This short, one page study guide is a good resource to use with students for review in a Mass Production/Industrialization quiz/test. The study guide includes a list of important terms/individuals/ideas that students can explain and define and also includes three extended response questions for students to answer.
This test over Industrial Revolution and Mass Production covers a large period of time form the early 1700s to 1900s. The test is 25 multiple choice, 5 matching, and 3 extended response questions. This short test is good for a unit on Industrialization and/or Mass Production. The test also includes an answer document for easy grading. Includes the PDF and doc versions of the test.
This document includes 30 multiple choice questions and two extended response questions to use for a test or quiz over the forms of government. This can be made into a test with little editing or you can copy and paste what you like/need for your own quiz/test.
This powerpoint presentation is comprised of 11 slides with specific examples of various forms of government. The presentation presents information on many different types of government from democracy to totalitarian. The powerpoint includes pictures, links to websites, real life examples, historical examples, and links to videos on other websites providing real life examples to use in the classroom with students.
This document includes 12 short answer/extended response questions about the process of a bill becoming a law in the United States government. This is a good quick assessment to use with students in a Government or Social Studies course.
This product includes various activities for students to complete that encourage thought and research about how citizens can be involved in the government and the methods that a citizen can use to change or influence the government. This packet includes a student demonstration in which students must find current events that show how people are involved with the government. It includes a current events graphic organizer. A vocabulary handout that can be modified for notes, and also a peer review for the student demonstration mentioned above. Multiple activities included.
In this document, students will create their own unique government/country. Students will be guided through the process of creating unique economies, class systems, legislatures, court systems, and many more aspects of a country. This document includes examples and definitions of important terms and vocabulary that will be used throughout the activity. The activity also includes directions for the the creation of a piece of propaganda supporting your newly created country. This activity is designed to be used for multiple grades and skill levels.