Lesson Materials for Teaching About the Elections

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Current Issues in the U.S. Electoral System

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New Lessons From CRF:
Talking with Your Students About the Assault on the Capitol

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Policy Issues for the 2020 Election

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As voters go to the polls this election year, the United States faces crucial domestic and foreign policy issues. Parties and candidates will be taking positions on issues related to the economy, health care, immigration, criminal justice, and foreign relations. Here are some background readings and lessons that address some of these issues.

 

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Elections in U.S. History

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Lessons marked as a CivCon are Civil Conversations in which students do a close reading of a text and
deliberate with each other constructively to reach a mutual understanding of controversial issues.

 

 

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