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Third graders explore the components of a political campaign. In this election instructional activity, 3rd graders complete a KWL chart about elections. They watch a PowerPoint presentation about electing a president, discuss election vocabulary and play election excel bingo.
Investigate America's voting process. To develop an understanding on structure and purposes of government your class will by participate in a mock election in groups. They gather information on their fake candidate and promote them to the class. Students create slide shows, analyze good leader characteristics and have candidate debates.
Engage your learners in global events. The makers of the film Invisible Children began the Kony 2012 Campaign to bring awareness to the Lord's Resistance Army. You can show your class the video Kony 2012 and spark discussion with the questions provided here. Scholars then produce their own questions and videos to share with their community. Other articles compare the perspective shown in the initial video, and several other projects are available.
Tenth graders examine how ground beef is processed. In this process and manufacturing instructional activity, 10th graders recognize control points during beef processing. They will identify the proper temperature during ground beef processing and safe handling procedures.
Students discuss the issue of finance reform in political campaigns. Using the internet, they identify the positives and negatives of finance reform and research the problems associated with campaign fund-raising. They share their findings and opinions with the class to end the lesson.
Learners explore an African American's presidential campaign. In teams, students create a campaign for their presidential candidate. They create political ads and plan campaign strategies. Learners are simulate jobs such as a campaign manager, situation manger, public relations, and political strategist. After research, students prepare a PowerPoint presentation of their candidate's message.