Twitter as a key social media tool to explore Election 2016.

How has technology changed the way candidates run for president? – Lesson Plan

Lesson Plan

Subject(s) Social studies, U.S. Government, Civics Estimated Time: Two to three 45-minute class periods Grade Level 7-12 Objective Students will: Examine the role of the…read more


What news stories will your students remember? – Lesson Plan

Lesson Plan

For a fun end-of-year activity, students will create an online magazine of their top 10 news stories from 2015 to share with classmates and family members. Continue reading


Meet the presidential candidates in Election 2016 – Lesson Plan

Lesson Plan

Subjects Social Studies, Government, Civics Estimated Time Two to three 45-minute periods Grade Level 9 – 12 Objective Students will: Get to know the candidates running…read more

Parents who use social media find and share tips about how to raise their kids, and they don't care what information friends and family share about their children through social networks. Photo by Flickr user Highways Agency

What is social media’s role in Election 2016? – Lesson Plan

Lesson Plan

Subject(s) Government, U.S. History, Civics, Journalism Estimated Time One 45-90 minute period Grade Level Grades 9-12 Objective Students will participate in a class discussion related…read more


What are the Primaries and Caucuses? – Lesson Plan

Lesson Plan

Students will understand the process by which candidates for U.S. president are nominated by the Democratic and Republican parties. They will identify and understand differences between primaries and caucuses and key terms and issues related to the primary season. Continue reading

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