1. Lesson Plan: Types of Government Systems

    • Resource ID: 12130
    • Grade Range: 10, 11, 12
    In this lesson, students describe different types of government and where those forms of government are practiced.
  2. Lesson Plan: International Trade Policies and the Economy

    • Resource ID: 12146
    • Grade Range: 10, 11, 12
    In this lesson, students explain the effects of international trade on US economic policy.
  3. Lesson Plan: Formation of Government Throughout History

    • Resource ID: 12132
    • Grade Range: 10, 11, 12
    In this lesson, students compare government systems and examine the impact of different systems on world events.
  4. Lesson Plan: Political Ideology

    • Resource ID: 12134
    • Grade Range: 10, 11, 12
    In this lesson, students will be able to identify the foundations of each political ideology and differentiate between the liberal and conservative political ideologies in American society.
  5. Lesson Plan: Classical Political Theorists

    • Resource ID: 12126
    • Grade Range: 10, 11, 12
    This lesson, encourages students to discuss why theories are important to the study of political science, and draw conclusions about the classic political theorists like Plato, Aristotle, Cicero, Machiavelli, Confucius, Hobbes, Locke, Hegel, and Marx etc.
  6. Lesson Plan: Ethical Basis for Law

    • Resource ID: 12099
    • Grade Range: 11, 12
    In this lesson, students define ethics, compare and contrast consequence-based ethics with rule-based ethics. Students also discuss ways in which ethics are reflected in laws.
  7. Political Science I

    • Grade Range: 9, 10, 11, 12, Postsecondary

    Political Science I introduces students to political theory through the study of governments; public policies; and political processes, systems, and behavior.

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  8. Political Science II

    • Grade Range: 9, 10, 11, 12, Postsecondary

    Political Science II uses a variety of learning methods and approaches to examine the processes, systems, and political dynamics of the United States and other nations. The dynamic component of this course includes current U.S. and world events.

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  9. Practicum in Local, State, and Federal Government

    • Grade Range: 11, 12

    Students in the Practicum in Local, State, and Federal Government will concurrently learn advanced concepts of political science and government workings in the classroom setting and in the workplace. In addition, students will apply technical skills pertaining to government and public...

  10. Principles of Government and Public Administration

    • Grade Range: 9, 10, 11, 12, Postsecondary

    Principles of Government and Public Administration introduces students to foundations of governmental functions and career opportunities within the United States and abroad. Students will examine governmental documents such as the U.S. Constitution, current U.S. Supreme Court and federal court...

  11. Lesson Plan: Role of U.S. Diplomats

    • Resource ID: 12173
    • Grade Range: 10, 11, 12
    In this lesson, students explore diplomacy for international relations. Students are also introduced to the roles and responsibilities of US Diplomats.
  12. Lesson Plan: Structure and Function of the Judicial Branch

    • Resource ID: 12184
    • Grade Range: 9, 10, 11
    This lesson introduces students to the functions of each type of court system according to the constitution. This knowledge is essential to making informed decisions about government and government careers.
  13. Lesson Plan: Political Expression

    • Resource ID: 12171
    • Grade Range: 10, 11, 12
    In this lesson, students learn about the importance of political expression and it's role in a democratic society.
  14. Lesson Plan: Introduction to Political Science

    • Resource ID: 12122
    • Grade Range: 10, 11, 12
    In this lesson, students get an introduction to Political Science and compare the current, classic, and contemporary political theories.
  15. Lesson Plan: Creation of the Two Party System

    • Resource ID: 12156
    • Grade Range: 10, 11, 12
    In this lesson, students will explore the benefits and drawbacks of the United States having a two party system and how that system was originally established.
  16. Lesson Plan: Training Station Orientation - Capstone Project

    • Resource ID: 12107
    • Grade Range: 11, 12
    In this lesson, students will research and identify the essential knowledge for demonstrating competency in the workplace.
  17. Lesson Plan: International Political Ideologies

    • Resource ID: 12136
    • Grade Range: 10, 11, 12
    In this lesson, students analyze belief systems that claim to improve society and are expected to predict what national or global trend could stimulate the formation of a new ideology.
  18. Lesson Plan: Good Housekeeping Forms for GPA

    • Resource ID: 12091
    • Grade Range: 11, 12
    In this lesson, students will learn to demonstrate characteristics necessary to be a successful student in the GPA program by obtaining all signatures necessary on required forms.
  19. Lesson Plan: Public Opinion

    • Resource ID: 12148
    • Grade Range: 10, 11, 12
    In this lesson, student will learn to analyze and measure public opinion, as well as its influence on politicians, public policy and perceptions, that is essential for successful career in government and public administration.
  20. Lesson Plan: Practicum in Local, State, and Federal Government

    • Resource ID: 12119
    • Grade Range: 11, 12
    In this lesson students are provided an outline to create scholarship applications and relevant essays, applying organizational skills.