No Publicity, Bad Publicity?
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Students examine the factors that can influence a celebrity's media image and marketplace viability. They read an article, answer discussion questions, role-play advisors to a studio head, and write a letter to a studio head.
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The Public Sphere
How do discussions in the public sphere contribute to a public agenda, and how are these discussions distinct from those in the private sphere? This resource includes fantastic secondary source reading material on this topic, as well as...
6th - 12th Social Studies & History CCSS: Designed
Taking a Stand on Public Policy
Relate policy decisions to classroom activities. In order to prepare for a writing activity in which they will need to choose a side, learners are first given a sample policy for which they must choose yes or no and walk to the side of...
6th - 8th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Does the Defense of Marriage Act Promote the Health, Safety, Morals, and General Welfare of the Public?
Gay marriage is the topic for a structured, academic controversy discussion. The process begins with groups reading primary source documents and recording their responses to text-based questions on the provided graphic organizer....
11th - 12th English Language Arts CCSS: Designed
Persuasive Essay: Should Cities Have Natural or Green Spaces within ½ Mile of Every Resident?
Introduce public policy and persuasive writing with a well-designed activity for junior high learners. The writers develop a stance on whether cities should have natural or green places within a half a mile of all residents. Included are...
7th Social Studies & History
No Fireworks on the 4th of July
There is a huge difference between public and private goods. Learners discuss, define, and take an interactive quiz to understand private and public economic sectors. They brainstorm a list of goods and services then label them as...
7th - 8th Social Studies & History
The Science of Stage Fright (And How to Overcome It)
Why can speaking in public be so horrifying and have such strong effects on our bodies? Discover the science of stage fright! Your young learners will learn about the connection between stage fright and our natural fight or flight...
4 mins 9th - 12th Science CCSS: Adaptable
Challenging Segregation in Public Education
Students research topics related to segregation in schools in groups. For this segregation lesson, students analyze primary source documents and write an opening argument for Supreme Court cases. Students read and analyze legal cases...
9th - 12th Social Studies & History