Preparing tomorrow’s citizens today

    Voting Rights and Equality

    High School

    Lesson Overview: This lesson engages students in using inquiry to examine voting rights using primary sources and, based on this evidence, to investigate equality and voting and make connections and conclusions.

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    1. May 29, 2018    
      Very good primary sources and inquiry questions. Students actively engaged in the arguments for and against compulsory voting. Using writing in the final assessment is also a plus because it engages students to use higher order thinking skills and allowing students to problem-solve how equality can be expanded through voting.

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