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Below you will find a list of available lesson plans to help you enrich your civics education program. We are always looking for new lessons we can bring to our teachers. Check this area frequently to see which new lessons have been added. If you wish to share a lesson plan with us, please email us.
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- ESL Civics Lesson Plans
- How Can Citizens Participate?
- How Can Jackson Middle School Meet Its Responsibilities to Deal with the Problem of Substance Abuse?
- How Can You Decide among Competing Responsibilities?
- How Does Government Secure Natural Rights?
- How Was the Constitution Used to Organize the New Government?
- I'm An American!
- Orb & Effy Learn About Authority - From The National Center For Civic Education
- President' Day: George Washington and Executive Power
- President' Day: James Madison and Executive Power
- President' Day: Abraham Lincoln and Executive Power
- President' Day: Ronald Reagan and the Constitution
- Project Citizen: Upper Elementary and Middle School Effective Citizenship
- We The People: Project Citizen Lesson One
- We The People: What Is the Role of the President in the American Constitutional System?
- What are the Possible Consequences of Privacy?
- What Basic Ideas Are in the Preamble to the Constitution? - From The National Center For Civic Education
- What Conflicting Opinions Did the Framers Have About the Completed Constitution?
- What Intellectual Tools Are Useful in Making Decisions about Issues of Corrective Justice?
- What Is a Republican Government?
- What is Authority?- From The National Center For Civic Education
- What Is Meant by Returning to Fundamental Principles?
- What Is the Federal System Created by the Constitution? - From the National Center For Civic Education
- What Responsibilities Accompany Our Rights?
- Why Do We Need Authority?
- Why Do We Need a Government?