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STUDENT TASK
Do Something

My Voice, My Voter’s Guide

Estimated time Two to three weeks Why? One of the ways young students become invested in the democratic process is by become empowered advocates for civic participation in their local communities. When younger students
Grade Level
Subject
Civics
STUDENT TASK
Do Something

Voting in Your Town

Students use online resources to analyze current voter registration and turnout rates in their state and local community. They also explore potential roadblocks to the voting process (e.g., felon disenfranchisement and voter fraud).
Grade Level
STUDENT TASK
Do Something

Tweeting for Change

Students organize and facilitate a live Twitter chat to raise awareness of an anti-bias theme or social justice issue and to encourage change related to this issue.
Grade Level
STUDENT TASK
Write to the Source

What Do We Share

What do We Share? asks students to demonstrate their argumentative and comparative writing skills.
Grade Level
3-5
CCSS
W.3-5.1, W.3-5.4, W.4-5.9
STUDENT TASK
Write to the Source

What is the Argument?

What’s the Argument? asks students to demonstrate their argumentative and analytical writing skills.
Grade Level
3-5
CCSS
W.3-5.2, W.3-5.4, W.3-5.5, W.4-5.9
STUDENT TASK
Write to the Source

The Pages of My Life

The Pages of My Life asks students to demonstrate their writing skills when constructing a personal narrative.
Grade Level
CCSS
W.6-12.3, W.6-12.4
STUDENT TASK
Write to the Source

Put the Story in History

Put the Story in History asks students to demonstrate their writing skills when constructing an historical narrative.
Grade Level
CCSS
W.6-12.3, W.6-12.4
STUDENT TASK
Write to the Source

In Their Shoes

In Their Shoes asks students to demonstrate their writing skills when constructing an imaginary narrative.
Grade Level
CCSS
W.6-12.3, W.6-12.4
STUDENT TASK
Write to the Source

What's the Impact?

What’s the Impact? asks students to demonstrate their explanatory and informative writing skills.
Grade Level
CCSS
W.6-12.2, W.6-12.4, W.6-12.9