Popular Government Resources for English Language Arts

U.S. Capitol  Connect social studies and English language arts with TeacherVision's government lessons and printables. Use these reading and writing activities to develop literacy in social studies. Through historical documents, informational texts, nonfiction, and historical fiction, K-12 students will learn about American history and politics. Use U.S. government crossword puzzles and election bingo to build vocabulary. Assess reading comprehension with passages and questions about war and politics. You'll also find lessons that encourage students to take action by writing to their representatives or the president.

 

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