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Guidance on Government: Federal Edition (Lesson Plan)
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A Short Activity for Fifth Grade
Question: How does the U.S. Constitution organize the government?
Note: The "Guidance on Government: Federal Edition" Powerpoint, also available in eMedia, was created to accompany this lesson plan.

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Social Science
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University of Central Floirda
Date Added:
11/09/2023
Guidance on Government: Federal Edition (PowerPoint)
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A Short Activity for Fifth Grade
Question: How does the U.S. Constitution organize the government?
Note: The "Guidance on Government: Federal Edition" lesson plan, also available in eMedia, was created to accompany this PowerPoint.

Subject:
Social Science
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Primary Source
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University of Central Floirda
Date Added:
11/09/2023
Guidance on Government: State Edition (PowerPoint)
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A Short Activity for Fourth Grade
Question: How does the Florida Constitution organize the government?
Note: The "Guidance on Government: State Edition" lesson plan, also available in eMedia, was created to accompany this PowerPoint.

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Social Science
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University of Central Floirda
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11/09/2023
Thinking Through Timelines: Creating the Constitution (Lesson Plan)
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A Short Activity for Third Grade
Question: Why do we celebrate Constitution Day?
Note: The "Thinking Through Timelines: Creating the Constitution" Powerpoint, also available in eMedia, was created to accompany this lesson plan.

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Social Science
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University of Central Floirda
Date Added:
11/09/2023
Thinking Through Timelines: Inching Toward Independence (Lesson Plan)
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A Short Activity for Second Grade
Question: Why do we celebrate Independence Day?
Note: The "Thinking Through Timelines: Inching Toward Independence" Powerpoint, also available in eMedia, was created to accompany this lesson plan.

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Social Science
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University of Central Floirda
Date Added:
11/09/2023
Thinking Through Timelines: Inching Toward Independence (PowerPoint)
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A Short Activity for Second Grade
Question: Why do we celebrate Independence Day?
Note: The "Thinking Through Timelines: Inching Toward Independence" lesson plan, also available in eMedia, was created to accompany this PowerPoint.

Subject:
Social Science
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Primary Source
Provider:
University of Central Floirda
Date Added:
11/09/2023