Sunday, July 23, 2017

FREE SOCIAL STUDIES LESSON - “Student Council Elections”

by Teaching Ideas For Those Who Love Teaching
5th - 7th Grade

Student Council elections can be fun, but can also lead to conflict in the classroom. By incorporating Student Council elections into your Social Studies curriculum, you can engage the entire class. This allows you to focus on building community with the class as a whole, versus rushing through a time that is full of great teachable moments. 

I have included part of my Student Council curriculum in this lesson. If you enjoy it, please take a look at my full lesson Building Community in Your Class, Through a Student Council Election.

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