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The Annenberg Guide to the United States Constitution

The Annenberg Classroom breaks down the U.S. Constitution by section and amendment, and explains what the document means and what it says.

http://www.annenbergclassroom.org/page/a-guide-to-the-united-states-constitution

Ronald Reagan Day Lesson for Lower Elementary Students

This thematic lesson plan is designed to introduce lower elementary school students to the life and interests of Ronald Reagan, the 40th President of the United States and the 33rd


Ronald Reagan Day Lesson for Upper Elementary Students

In this lesson students will learn about Ronald Reagan’s vision for the United States and analyze the ways in which political advertisements attempt to sway the opinions of voters through


Ronald Reagan Day Lesson for Middle School Students

In this lesson, students will learn both to be informed and to be engaged as they research an issue that is important to them, and communicate their thoughts on the


Ronald Reagan Day Lesson for High School Students

In this lesson students will analyze various factors contributing to the fall of the Soviet Union. They will examine sources that reveal both historical details and rhetoric that led to


Cold War Document-Based Question

Utilizing primary source documents from the archives of Presidents Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Nixon, and Reagan, this piece of curriculum is modeled after the Advanced Placement Document Based Questions. This question


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