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Middle School Social Studies U.S. Constitution Analysis

James Hoffner
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(8)
In this one-time history class, student will learn about the Constitution and how it creates our current system of government. Students will apply their learning by analyzing scenarios to determine if the Constitution is being violated.

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We will learn about the structure, function, and purpose of the U.S. Constitution so that we can analyze scenarios and determine if the U.S. Constitution is being violated.
I have taught History for the last eight years at the Middle School level. I have a Generalist 4-8 and Social Studies 7-12 certification in the state of Texas. I also help to write and develop curriculum and GT assignments for Middle School History courses in my district.
Students may want to have some way to take some notes. This would help during the application phase of the class. This is not required.
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When discussing the Constitution, conversations naturally tend to move towards political parties and actions of current and past government officials. As with most political candidates and government officials, the actions and opinions of those who have been in office in both the present and the past are not always popular or shared by all. When discussing sensitive topics, I never give my opinion either for or against. I present information without bias. I simply want to draw students' attention to the fact that the Constitution is very relevant to our lives today. These topics are approached in sensitive, age-appropriate ways.
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(8)
For the last 8 years, I have taught Middle School level History, including Texas History and U.S. History. I also coach a variety of sports both through my school and outside programs. Before that I attended the University of North Texas where I...
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per class
Meets once
60 min

Completed by 15 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 10-14
3-15 learners per class

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