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Moving to Canada: Beginner’s Guide

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Presidential Election 2016 - Election Activities and Online Voting Ballot

The presidential election will soon be here. I've provided resources and activities for studying the election process. Students can even vote online using Google forms. $

Presidential elections unit that shows students how the electoral college works while making it relatable! Tons of activities to teach about elections!

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2016 Presidential Election Unit, Biographies, Issues, More

2016 Presidential Election Unit Everything you need to teach this year's election to your students. This is an unusual year and students will be talking and discussing this election. This unit will provide all of the background they need on the candidates, their stances on the issues, and the presidential election process itself. No prep! Print and teach!$

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Trump VS Clinton - Presidential Election 2016 - Comparing and Contrast

Compare and contrast two 2016 presidential candidates: Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. This pack includes paired passages that compare and contrast each candidate and includes organizers (venn diagrams and t-charts) as well as worksheets (trading cards, persuasive writing planning sheet, final copy paper) that you can PRINT & GO!!!

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'that was one time' 'He was elected twice' Ohh tumblr I love you

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Sometimes the only choices you have are bad ones... But you still have to choose. #twelve #mummyontheorientexpress

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Presidential Election 2016 AND Branches of Government Bundle

Understanding our Three Branches of Government and the Presidential Election Process can sometimes be tough for students. This bundled resource comes with over 200 pages, perfect for helping you capture students' interest as you study the Executive Branch, the Legislative Branch and the Judicial Branch of our government along with Voting, the 2016 Presidential Candidates and the Presidential Election Process. #tied2teaching

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