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Civic Education

Civic Education Designed specifically for Language Arts teachers, this U.S. State Department-sponsored site deals with various aspects of Civic Education, including Rights of the Individual, Freedom of the Press, Responsibilities of Government, and much more. Each chapter offers a background,
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Civic Education


Designed specifically for Language Arts teachers, this U.S. State Department-sponsored site deals with various aspects of Civic Education, including Rights of the Individual, Freedom of the Press, Responsibilities of Government, and much more. Each chapter offers a background, lesson-planning resources, Internet resources, a Bibliography, and a glossary. This is an excellent resource for some really meaningful classroom discussions.

Fredricka L. Stoller, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, U.S. Department of State

• Lesson Plans


• High School Middle School

Bridget Hoffmann

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