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Become Informed Citizens
Engage your entire class in an interactive electoral process. Students own their learning by creating their own political parties, campaigns, and slogans. Using character-based learning, students have opportunities to understand and consider each other’s perspectives.
Time Travel to the Civil Rights Movement
Give your students the opportunity to better understand the freedom summer of 1964. Students role-play volunteers and join the civil rights movement, advancing their reading, writing, and critical thinking skills. Students also engage in civic discussions with one another.
Gain a Perspective of World War II
Take an inquiry approach to the Japanese American experience during World War II. The project begins with building background knowledge to help students create and immerse themselves within a community in 1940. A student portfolio supports learners in conducting research.
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