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(Class 1) Boss Kids to the Ballot Box (Local State) - Elections & Voting : Social Studies - Civics - Government
Elections: Campaign Finance and the Role of the Media (13-18 year olds)
Examine how donors and the media shape US elections and campaigns and discuss different ideas about how the US could change the electoral process.
Annisa Wanat, BS Education, MPA Public Affairs
19 total reviews for this teacher
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Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Great for exploring new interests and different styles of teachers
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Whether you are voting on the US President or in a dog catcher race, there is much more to elections than campaign rallies, mailers, and television ads. The major players include: - Government agencies set the rules about who can be on the ballot, who can vote, and they also manage the voting, from printing ballots training the thousands of people who work the polling stations on election day - Political parties and campaigns decide platforms and influence issues, raise money, and try to get...
I am a certified teacher in Social Studies and Civics with a Masters in Public Affairs. I have worked on elections both in the Midwest as well as around the world as a candidate, paid staff, volunteer, poll worker, and election monitor.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
This will not be a discussion on the candidates or their platforms, but about the process of organizing, funding, and running an election. Students that want to turn this class into a discussion on the issues will be removed from the course (first warned in private, then an email to parents, then removed). If you are interested in a class about discussion on the issues, I offer a separate class for that.
Annisa Wanat, BS Education, MPA Public AffairsTeacher, traveler, democracy geek, do-gooder.
19 total reviews
34 completed classes
I enjoy providing students with the tools to decipher what is going on in the world around them by discussing current events, introducing them to new cultures and far-away lands, or helping them make their corner of the world a little better. I...