Classroom Resources For The Elections

THE 50 ESSENTIAL CLASSROOM RESOURCES FOR ELECTION 2012 Here is another list of teaching resources for Election 2012 from onlinecolleges.net. You’ll find activities for elementary, middle school and high school students. http://www.onlinecolleges.net/2012/09/30/the-50-essential-classroom-resources-for-election-2012/

Attention Teachers … Destination Whitehouse 2012 Is Coming!

Dear Educators, The next Newspapers in Education tab, DESTINATION WHITEHOUSE 2012, will be inserted into CLASSROOM copies of the Grand Forks Herald on Thursday, Oct. 4. On November 6, the nation will choose a president to lead the country for the next four years. This educational tab will take you and your students through the five Ws and…
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Election Activities For Students In Primary Grades

The study of the elections can be a challenge, even for adults. With so much information in the newspapers and from other media, a citizen can feel overwhelmed. During an election year, even younger classroom citizens can be effectively introduced to the elections through the use of the newspaper. The following guide “Election Primary” has…
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Electing The President

Here is a great resource called Electing the President: a Guide to the Election Process from the NIE Institute. The U.S. presidential election is the biggest event in American politics. It’s an exciting and complicated process that begins immediately after the preceding election and doesn’t end until the voters have their say. What happens during…
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Election Guide For Primary Grades

The study of elections can be a challenge, even for adults. With so much information in the media, a citizen can feel overwhelmed. Younger students can be effectively introduced to the elections through the newspaper using the following guide, “Election Primary.” This newspapers in education guide was written by Debbie Lerner and Eileen Bergman educators…
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