As the 2012 Presidential Election is around the corner, there are many different learning opportunities and resources available online to help students understand the election process. I wanted to share just a few resources that might be helpful in discussing the election process with your students.
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Scholastic provides many resources for all ages of students to help understand the election process.
The collection of videos found on YouTube Politics can help older students connect with news sources to follow the election race.
There are also many election and politics-related videos that are available on YouTube and other places online, but I wanted to share just a few below that might be helpful/entertaining.
These resources don't even begin to skim the surface of resources you can use with your students! What resources, tools, or activities do you use to help teach your students about the election?
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