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Do you teach Government? Then you're going to LOVE the ideas found at this board! American Government will come to life with the resources, ideas, and free downloads you can get here! Teachers of 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grade will find great ideas and tips to make U.S. Government the easiest class they've ever taught! Stick around!!

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Your students will love learning about the Judicial Branch when they use these doodle notes from History Gal! Judicial Branch, District Court, Constitution, Circuit, Doodles, Notes, Learning, Military, Report Cards

Judicial Branch Doodle Notes

Students will color and doodle as they take notes to learn about the U.S. Judicial Branch. These graphic doodle notes cover the purpose of the Judicial Branch, Constitutional Courts (District Courts, Courts of Appeals, Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit), Special or Legislative Courts, Militar...

Judicial Branch PowerPoint and Guided Notes Teaching Government, Judicial Branch, State Court, Supreme Court, Constitution, Presentation, Students, How To Apply, Notes

Judicial Branch PowerPoint and Guided Notes

This 91 slide PowerPoint presentation on the United States' Judicial Branch covers the following topics:- Jurisdiction of the Judicial Branch- Dual Court System (Supreme Court and Inferior Courts)- Types of Jurisdiction (exclusive, concurrent, original, appellate) - Constitutional Courts (District C...

Use History Gal's doodle flow chart to help your middle and high school students understand the impeachment process. Teaching Government, Crimes And Misdemeanors, House Of Representatives, High School Students, Confused, Flow, Doodle, Chart, Mansions

Are Your Students Confused About Impeachment?

Are your students confused about impeachment? Well, they aren't alone! Somehow, impeachment has gotten equated with removal. I'm not sure why. No President has ever been impeached and removed. 3 Presidents (Andrew Johnson, Bill Clinton, and Donald Trump) have been impeached and each have been acquitted. Richard Nixon escaped impeachment by resigning before the House Judiciary Committee voted to send articles of impeachment to the full House of Representatives. And, throughout history, of the…

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Confessions of a Teacher Who Lets Her Students Play with Food

I like to keep my students guessing about they'll be doing in class each day. And, one of my favorite twists is to let my students use food as a manipulative. In particular, I like to have my students use gummy bears to create scenes that represent various topics. It may seem a little odd, but my students (even my too cool for just about anything Seniors) love this change of pace. Here are some different ways I've used gummy bears in my classes. 1. Civics - As a introduction to different…

Electoral College Map Activities for and 2020 Presidential Elections History Classroom, Teaching History, Political Science, Social Science, Electoral College Map, Presidental Election, Teaching Government, Us Presidential Elections

Electoral College Map Activities for 2012, 2016, and 2020 Presidential Elections

This download contains 4 different Electoral College map activities for the 2012-2020 Presidential elections:2012 Presidential Election Map: Students will use the included PowerPoint (2 slides) to complete the map illustrating the breakdown of electoral votes for Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.2016 Pr...

Reading Primary and Secondary Sources Doodle Notes and Stations - Your and grade classroom or homeschool students are going to enjoy this 36 page resource. You get teacher instructions, doodle notes, PowerPoint present Teaching Us History, Teaching Social Studies, History Teachers, History Education, Primary And Secondary Sources, Secondary Teacher, Teaching Government, Teacher Jokes, Ancient World History

Reading Primary and Secondary Sources Doodle Notes and Stations

Students will learn how to read primary and secondary sources by completing an engaging set of graphic doodle notes and actively participating in 5 learning stations.What's included:*Instructions for teachers (6 pages, pdf, not editable)*Doodle notes with sections for students to fill in and color a...

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My Favorite Low Prep Review Game

Learn how to prepare and play an easy, low prep review game that works in any social studies class.

Are your students confused about impeachment? Well, they aren't alone! Read this post to learn how to use my doodle flow chart to help your middle and high school students determine whether or not a President was impeached. Teacher Jokes, Best Teacher, School Teacher, Teaching Government, Crimes And Misdemeanors, Tools For Teaching, Secondary Teacher, School Grades, History Education

Are Your Students Confused About Impeachment?

If your students are confused about impeachment, check out this blog post by History Gal!

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Leave the Chaos Behind with Transitions

5 ideas for better activity transitions in middle and high school classes

Read to learn about my favorite lesson (it's FREE!) to incorporate into U. History or American Government during election time. Teaching Us History, History Education, Social Studies Notebook, Teaching Social Studies, Teacher Jokes, Best Teacher, Teaching Government, Things To Ask Siri, American History Lessons

It's Baaaack! It's Election Time Again!

Read to learn about my favorite lesson (it's FREE!) to incorporate into U.S. History or American Government during election time.

Social Studies Study Skills Doodle Notes and Stations - johanna Teaching Us History, History Education, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching Tips, Teaching Government, Teacher Jokes, Study Test, American History Lessons, Learning Stations

Social Studies Study Skills Doodle Notes and Stations

Students will learn how to study for a social studies test by completing an engaging doodle notes handout and actively practicing study skills in 5 learning stations.What's included:Instructions for teachers (3 pages)*Doodle notes with sections for students to fill in and color as you cover the info...

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Make your Judicial Branch unit more exciting for your high school students with this doodle notes set from History Gal. Teacher Jokes, Best Teacher, School Teacher, Teaching Government, Judicial Branch, School Grades, Teaching Social Studies, Upper Elementary, High School Students

Judicial Branch Doodle Notes

Students will color and doodle as they take notes to learn about the U.S. Judicial Branch. These graphic doodle notes cover the purpose of the Judicial Branch, Constitutional Courts (District Courts, Courts of Appeals, Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit), Special or Legislative Courts, Militar...