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Civics Curriculum

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Unit 1: Foundations of American Government

IN COLLECTION
Section A: Becoming America: Four Primary Sources—Underpinnings of the Declaration of Independence Justice in America

Section B: Declaring Independence: The Need for Government—A Cinematic and Literary Perspective; The Need for Laws; The Need for Authority; Deciphering the Declaration of Independence;

Section C: Many Voices, One Government; Varying Viewpoints—Religion and Loyalists; Varying Viewpoints—Rebels and Minorities;

Section D: The New, American Government: Rome vs. Greece—Comparing and Contrasting a Democratic and Republic System of Government; Interviews with The Fathers; A Republican Government;

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Lesson One: Four Primary Sources - Underpinnings of the Declaration of Independence Lesson Two: Justice in America
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Lesson One: The Need for Government—A Cinematic and Literary Perspective Lesson Two: The Need for Laws Lesson Three: The Need for Authority Lesson Four: Deciphering the Declaration of Independence
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Lesson One: Varying Viewpoints - Religion and Loyalists Lesson Two: Varying Viewpoints - Rebels and Minorities
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Lesson One: Rome vs. Athens—Comparing and Contrasting a Democratic and Republic System of Government Lesson Two: Interviews with The Fathers Lesson Three: A Republic
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Students develop a five paragraph essay in which they examine the principles that served as the foundation of the United States government.
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