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BASIC SKILLS: GOVERNMENT

BASIC SKILLS: GOVERNMENT

By Nancy E. Braat, Donna C. Lavdis, and Paul H. Pangrace. Forty lessons take a skills-development approach to the study of government. While teaching the fundamentals of government, the lessons develop reading skills, study skills, research skills, interpretation of visual materials, classifying and analyzing information, and social skills. Students develop social and political skills, for example, by interviewing and reporting on local officials; learn to recognize author bias by analyzing an editorial concerning campaign finance reform; and learn to use atlases and encyclopedias by studying types of governments around the world. Grades 9–12. Spiralbound. 8" x 11". Center for Learning. 239 pages. Revised Edition. ©2001.centerforlearning socialstudies

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WCB192-WBCFL 9781560776468 Reproducible activity book $39.95

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