Thanks, Jamie Forshey ( Edutech for Teachers ) for this lovely infographic.
Tuesday, February 2, 2016
Just last night, the 2016 Iowa Caucus took place. This is the first step of many in the election process and the road to the presidency. Do your students understand what a caucus is? I'm sure you will find something below to use in your classroom.
How Do Caucuses Work?
How the Iowa Caucuses Work: A Confusing Election Process Explained
Iowa Caucus Results: 6 Things That Explain How it All Happened- from NPR
Caucus 101: Official Iowa Caucus Education Curriculum
Election 2016: Understanding Primaries and Caucuses- from NY Time Learning Network
How a President Gets Elected- Teachervision
Lesson Idea: Primaries and Caucuses- from C-Span; includes printable worksheet
Lessons for Teaching About the Presidential Primaries- Education World
Primaries and Caucuses- lessons from Brain Pop
What are Primaries and Caucuses?- from PBS News Hour
Getting the Nomination- video from PBS Learning Media
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Monday, February 1, 2016
Free Resume Samples for High School Students- different types, including babysitting, fast food, lawn care, teenager CV, student tutor, grocery store, waitress/waiter, volunteer position, warehouse, welder helper.Also gives advice about what to include in your resume.
Resume: High School Academic
Resume Builder- step-by-step help creating a resume
Resumes- Pinterest board
How to Create Your Resume- tips from The College Board
How to Make a Resume for a High School Student with No Experience
Sample Resume for High School Students- from the Massachusetts Department of Education