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    Mandatory Vaccinations: Yea or Na...

    High School


    Lesson Overview:In this lesson, students analyze primary sources to inform their ability to discuss and make decisions on issues related to vaccination.

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    The Meaning of the Federalist Pap...

    High School


    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.

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    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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    Race and the 14th Amendment

    High School


    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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