In November, students submitted almost 300,000 assignments! Listed below are the top ten assignments (click on the assignment name to view them). You can make a copy of any of these assignments and customize them to fit the needs of your students.
1. Nonfiction Article: The Kudzu Plant: 1050 submissions
2. American Government: Basic Principles of the Constitution: 1015 submissions
3. 7th CFA Expressions and Equations 2017-2018: 744 submissions
4. 6th Grade 2017 FALL AIR Readiness Assessment: 741 submissions
5. Grade 3 Fable: The Lion and The Mouse: 724 submission
6. American Government: Civic Participation and Skills: 712 submissions
7. 4th Grade 2017 Fall AIR Readiness Assessment: 655 submissions
8. Figurative Language Practice – RL.6.4, L.6.5: 646 submissions
9. Nonfiction – Overcoming Adversity – Paired Texts: 480 submissions
10. GW Regions: 432 submissions
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The U.S. presidential election is approaching, and students are sure to have a lot of questions! It is important to give students an understanding of how our government and the presidential election works. That is why we put together this playlist of assignments that can be used in social studies, language arts, and even math!
Elections – Lower Elementary
In this lower elementary assignment, students will watch a video to learn about the concept of elections.
Elections – Upper Elementary
In this upper elementary assignment, students will watch a video and learn about the requirements for becoming President of the United States.
History of the Presidential Debates
In this social studies and language arts assignment, students will compare and contrast presidential debates throughout history.
Susan B. Anthony
In this social studies and language arts assignment, students will analyze Susan B. Anthony’s famous speech on women’s right to vote in U.S. elections.
Voter Turnout: HS Math and Social Studies Assignment
In this math and social studies assignment, students will analyze how historical events have had an impact on voter turnout by analyzing tables of statistics and graphs.
United States Civics Overview
In this social studies assignment, students will review the branches of the United States government.
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