When I hand these out I explain what I would expect students to write in the boxes. For instance, "Today we are going to listen to a podcast on the Declaration of Independence (the best document ever written- I do say this, because it is my favorite and then I usually talk about how it is hanging on my living room wall, etc). As you listen, I would like you to take notes in the appropriate boxes and we will discuss what you heard. I am not looking for something super specific- I want you to be able to reference this graphic organizer as we discuss and also you will have it as a review tool to help you study."
-Alizah Ross, AP Government educator at Wauwatosa East
- Mar 21, 2019 Bill of Rights
- Mar 20, 2019 Federalist and Anti-Federalist Papers
- Feb 22, 2019 Articles of Confederation
- Feb 22, 2019 Constitution
- Feb 22, 2019 Declaration of Independence
- Feb 22, 2019 Magna Carta
- Feb 21, 2019 State and Local Elections
- Feb 21, 2019 House v Senate
- Feb 21, 2019 Five Things to Know about Midterms
- Sep 7, 2018 Episode 37: Autocracies & Oligarchies & Democracies, Oh My!
- Jan 22, 2018 Episode 58: Government Shutdown