Great Documents (incl. Declaration of
Ind., Magna Carta, etc.)
Note: A fun beginning level activity
is to create an information gap activity with facts about the
two major Presidential candidates, e.g. age, number of children,
previous job, name of political party they belong to, state they
are from, etc.
Easy Voter Guide and links to Secretary
of State website
the People Election 2004
in-depth coverage and analysis from their programs, as well as
tools such as an election glossary to research candidates and
elections, a list of the best election websites, and a calendar
to keep you current on campaign events.
Online Voter Guide
nonpartisan information on California propositions, the Presidential
election, congressional races, and state legislative contests.
- Volume 18
by the New England Literacy Resource Center, this 36 page issue
explores reasons people don't vote, provides facts and analysis
on several hot election topics, guidelines for how to pick a candidate,
and finally ideas for conducting voter education and registration
in the classroom.
Campaigns and Elections C-Span