Lesson Overview: This lesson engages students with the key concepts of democracy and republic in order to gain a deeper understanding of the Constitution through use of a primary source, The Federalist Papers.
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.
Lesson Overview: This lesson engages students in inquiry and analysis using primary source, role play, and discussions of racial discrimination. Students use evidence-based claims to examine the 14th Amendment and university admissions procedures.
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