Teaching government

Make learning about government fun and interactive with these engaging ideas for teaching government to students. Help them understand the importance of civic participation and inspire them to become active citizens.
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I like to keep my students guessing about they'll be doing in class each day. And, one of my favorite twists is to let my students use food as a manipulative. In particular, I like to have my students use gummy bears to create scenes that represent various topics. It may seem a little odd, but my students (even my too cool for just about anything Seniors) love this change of pace. Here are some different ways I've used gummy bears in my classes. 1. Civics - As a introduction to different…

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Jayln WOOTEN
Calling all high school government teachers! Elevate your classroom with 5 captivating government activities and projects designed to engage high school students. Explore innovative ways to teach government concepts and foster active learning. Spice up your lessons with these exciting government projects tailored for high school classrooms. #GovernmentTeacher #HighSchoolStudents #GovernmentActivities #ClassroomProjects High School, 12th Grade Social Studies, High School Curriculum, Government Lessons, High School Classes, High School Activities, Teaching Government, Social Studies Classroom, High School History

Calling all high school government teachers! Elevate your classroom with 5 captivating government activities and projects designed to engage high school students. Explore innovative ways to teach government concepts and foster active learning. Spice up your lessons with these exciting government projects tailored for high school classrooms. #GovernmentTeacher #HighSchoolStudents #GovernmentActivities #ClassroomProjects

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Thinking Historically
Have you ever looked out into the faces of the your students to see blank stares, wondering eyes, fiddling fingers, or students snoring?  I ... Pre K, Motivation, 4th Grade Social Studies, 5th Grade Social Studies, Middle School Math, Special Education Classroom, 3rd Grade Social Studies, Elementary Economics, Social Studies Middle School

Have you ever looked out into the faces of the your students to see blank stares, wondering eyes, fiddling fingers, or students snoring? I think it happens to all of us! Also, do your students want snack time right after they walk in the door? Do you find someone sneaking their snack or part of their lunch during class? How about this....do you get hungry throughout the day and want to sneak a snack? I know I do! Sooooooo.......here is some food for thought: Why not use food for motivation?…

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killeen koontz