"Get Out the Vote!" – Who Can Vote?
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- Aug 20, 2012Summary:
Ready to “get out the vote?” Using MimioVote assessment is particularly appropriate when teaching about the 2012 elections. The Presidential and Congressional elections are in the news, in the media, and in everyday conversations, so even the youngest students are motivated to learn about them. Teaching about the elections is also a fresh way to cover state and local standards.
In this lesson, students will learn about the voting process through a variety of fun and engaging interactive activities. Students explore the various requirements to be a voter in the U.S. as well as the responsibility that citizens have to vote. Be sure to download the appropriate grade leveled lesson to suit your classroom needs.
Each lesson is designed to incorporate relevant topics tied to the 2012 Presidential and Congressional election. Lessons in this series were developed to support the “Get Out the Vote” lesson supplement created by Mimio. Download the PDF of this resource here.
Check out the other lessons in this 7 part series, available by selecting the titles below:
Lessons were created by Lindy George, Paul Gigliotti, and Claire Pavia.
Learn more about how to use the Mimio "Get Out The Vote" lessons in your classroom!
Click on the link below to watch this informative webinar hosted by THE Journal.
2012 Elections: How to Integrate Student Response Systems into Your Classroom
This fascinating webinar discusses ways in which to use MimioVote in your classroom and highlights the Mimio “Get Out the Vote” series for the upcoming presidential election.
Posted by: teepeesmommy
Wow, this is excellent. I
Wow, this is excellent. I will definitely use this ink file this year. Well Done!
- Aug. 22, 2012
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