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High School Discussion and Learning Activities introduction

 

With high school students, a way to get the conversation going regarding the topics in Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship could be to start with a discussion.

Students can research and learn by delving into topics, candidates, voting, analyzing an article or prepare for a debate in the classroom, using a mock election format, or other ideas. They can use their creative skills in developing newspaper articles, letters to the editors, writing candidates, creating a video, audio or powerpoint presentation.

Here are some lesson plans with more details for teachers:

Extended Response Essay

Voting Project

Candidate Research Project

Class Debate

Investigative Reporter

Champion of Human Life and Dignity



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