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Best Past President
Ms. Kast and her students plan a mock election and debate over who was the best past U.S. president. Learn how she leads her class through the election process and teaches her students the steps to selecting the best President.
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Electing Our President
Ms. Wells offers a tip to help students learn about presidential elections, the power of the press, and the basics of campaigning. The whole school gets invovled and culminates in an election - with REAL voting booths!
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Fieldtrip of Dreams
Sometimes students don't see a bright future because they haven't been shown opportunities that exist. Ms. Melits and her colleagues took on her school's high drop-out rate head on with this pracitcal and motivating activity.
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School-Wide Mock Election
By incorporating this tip, Ms. Dasenbrook's students have become much more involved in the political process and have deepened their understanding of the importance of the civic responsibility to vote.
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Self-Esteem Books
Ms. Ferguson puts an esteem-building twist on "Student of the Week". Read about the projects that students create in support of their classmates. This activity takes practice, but Ms. Ferguson says students catch on quickly because they love it.
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