High School U.S. Government
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There are so many fantastic social studies resources online that, as a teacher, your biggest problem may be choosing which to use in your classroom. Whether you’re teaching the three branches of government or following the election process, you’ll find great teaching resources for high school government using the sites below.
- Don’t get fooled into paying for resources. Although some pay sites offer dependable content, you’re just as likely to find great stuff somewhere else for free. Museums, government entities and universities all offer excellent resources at no charge, and are often more engaging than pay-site material.
- There are many resources throughout findingDulcinea.com that can greatly enrich the social studies experience in your classroom. Our Beyond the Headlines section puts the day’s news in a broader context. The Politics Web Guide highlights the best Web sites for political news, history and activism, and houses individual Web guides to each branch of government.