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"Founding Principles" Chapter Eight: The Electoral Process
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"Founding Principles" Chapter Eight: The Electoral Process

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Narrated by Bowdoin College Government Professor Andrew Rudalevige, "Founding Principles" provides an ...

Narrated by Bowdoin College Government Professor Andrew Rudalevige, "Founding Principles" provides an introductory overview and basic understanding to American government, but one that is crucial to building citizen-leaders, promoting civic engagement, and working toward the common good.
Chapter Eight discusses the election process and the extent of representation granted a given citizen.

Subject:
Social Studies
Material Type:
Demonstration
Provider:
Bowdoin College
Date Added:
10/09/2017
"Founding Principles" Chapter Eleven: Lawmaking
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"Founding Principles" Chapter Eleven: Lawmaking

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Narrated by Bowdoin College Government Professor Andrew Rudalevige, "Founding Principles" provides an ...

Narrated by Bowdoin College Government Professor Andrew Rudalevige, "Founding Principles" provides an introductory overview and basic understanding to American government, but one that is crucial to building citizen-leaders, promoting civic engagement, and working toward the common good.
Chapter Eleven discusses the theory and practice of the lawmaking process, including the sequence of turning a bill into a law, the rules of debate, and the power of the purse.

Subject:
Social Studies
Material Type:
Demonstration
Provider:
Bowdoin College
Date Added:
10/10/2017
"Founding Principles" Chapter Fifteen: Final Principles
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"Founding Principles" Chapter Fifteen: Final Principles

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Narrated by Bowdoin College Government Professor Andrew Rudalevige, "Founding Principles" provides an ...

Narrated by Bowdoin College Government Professor Andrew Rudalevige, "Founding Principles" provides an introductory overview and basic understanding to American government, but one that is crucial to building citizen-leaders, promoting civic engagement, and working toward the common good.
Chapter Fifteen reviews the important aspects of the American system of government and encourages viewers to use their knowledge to get involved in their own political world.

Subject:
Social Studies
Material Type:
Demonstration
Provider:
Bowdoin College
Date Added:
10/10/2017
"Founding Principles" Chapter Five: The Judiciary
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"Founding Principles" Chapter Five: The Judiciary

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Narrated by Bowdoin College Government Professor Andrew Rudalevige, "Founding Principles" provides an ...

Narrated by Bowdoin College Government Professor Andrew Rudalevige, "Founding Principles" provides an introductory overview and basic understanding to American government, but one that is crucial to building citizen-leaders, promoting civic engagement, and working toward the common good.
Chapter Five discusses the judicial branch, its history, and its powers and responsibilities.

Subject:
Social Studies
Material Type:
Demonstration
Provider:
Bowdoin College
Date Added:
10/09/2017
"Founding Principles" Chapter Four: The Presidency
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"Founding Principles" Chapter Four: The Presidency

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Narrated by Bowdoin College Government Professor Andrew Rudalevige, "Founding Principles" provides an ...

Narrated by Bowdoin College Government Professor Andrew Rudalevige, "Founding Principles" provides an introductory overview and basic understanding to American government, but one that is crucial to building citizen-leaders, promoting civic engagement, and working toward the common good.
Chapter Four discusses the power of the president and where the limits in power exist.

Subject:
Social Studies
Material Type:
Demonstration
Provider:
Bowdoin College
Date Added:
10/09/2017
"Founding Principles" Chapter Fourteen: Civil Rights
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"Founding Principles" Chapter Fourteen: Civil Rights

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Narrated by Bowdoin College Government Professor Andrew Rudalevige, "Founding Principles" provides an ...

Narrated by Bowdoin College Government Professor Andrew Rudalevige, "Founding Principles" provides an introductory overview and basic understanding to American government, but one that is crucial to building citizen-leaders, promoting civic engagement, and working toward the common good.
Chapter Fourteen discusses the rights of citizenship, including the right to vote and to be free from unjust discrimination.

Subject:
Social Studies
Material Type:
Demonstration
Provider:
Bowdoin College
Date Added:
10/10/2017
"Founding Principles" Chapter Nine: Electoral Behavior and Voter Turnout
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"Founding Principles" Chapter Nine: Electoral Behavior and Voter Turnout

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Narrated by Bowdoin College Government Professor Andrew Rudalevige, "Founding Principles" provides an ...

Narrated by Bowdoin College Government Professor Andrew Rudalevige, "Founding Principles" provides an introductory overview and basic understanding to American government, but one that is crucial to building citizen-leaders, promoting civic engagement, and working toward the common good.
Chapter Nine discusses the voting population and what guides their choices during elections.

Subject:
Social Studies
Material Type:
Demonstration
Provider:
Bowdoin College
Date Added:
10/09/2017
"Founding Principles" Chapter One: American Governance in Theory and Action
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"Founding Principles" Chapter One: American Governance in Theory and Action

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Narrated by Bowdoin College Government Professor Andrew Rudalevige, "Founding Principles" provides an ...

Narrated by Bowdoin College Government Professor Andrew Rudalevige, "Founding Principles" provides an introductory overview and basic understanding to American government, but one that is crucial to building citizen-leaders, promoting civic engagement, and working toward the common good.
Chapter One discusses how the American Government was formed in the late 1700s, including the creation of the Constitution.

Subject:
Social Studies
Material Type:
Demonstration
Provider:
Bowdoin College
Date Added:
10/09/2017
"Founding Principles" Chapter Seven: The Media
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"Founding Principles" Chapter Seven: The Media

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Narrated by Bowdoin College Government Professor Andrew Rudalevige, "Founding Principles" provides an ...

Narrated by Bowdoin College Government Professor Andrew Rudalevige, "Founding Principles" provides an introductory overview and basic understanding to American government, but one that is crucial to building citizen-leaders, promoting civic engagement, and working toward the common good.
Chapter Seven discusses how the media has evolved throughout history and politics.

Subject:
Social Studies
Material Type:
Demonstration
Provider:
Bowdoin College
Date Added:
10/09/2017
"Founding Principles" Chapter Six: Public Opinion
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"Founding Principles" Chapter Six: Public Opinion

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Narrated by Bowdoin College Government Professor Andrew Rudalevige, "Founding Principles" provides an ...

Narrated by Bowdoin College Government Professor Andrew Rudalevige, "Founding Principles" provides an introductory overview and basic understanding to American government, but one that is crucial to building citizen-leaders, promoting civic engagement, and working toward the common good.
Chapter Six discusses public opinion and how it affects politics and governmental policy, as well as how data is gathered.

Subject:
Social Studies
Material Type:
Demonstration
Provider:
Bowdoin College
Date Added:
10/09/2017
"Founding Principles" Chapter Ten: Participation
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"Founding Principles" Chapter Ten: Participation

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Narrated by Bowdoin College Government Professor Andrew Rudalevige, "Founding Principles" provides an ...

Narrated by Bowdoin College Government Professor Andrew Rudalevige, "Founding Principles" provides an introductory overview and basic understanding to American government, but one that is crucial to building citizen-leaders, promoting civic engagement, and working toward the common good.
Chapter Ten discusses participation in the political process outside of the voting booth and the balance of voices therein.

Subject:
Social Studies
Material Type:
Demonstration
Provider:
Bowdoin College
Date Added:
10/09/2017
"Founding Principles" Chapter Thirteen: Civil Liberties
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"Founding Principles" Chapter Thirteen: Civil Liberties

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Narrated by Bowdoin College Government Professor Andrew Rudalevige, "Founding Principles" provides an ...

Narrated by Bowdoin College Government Professor Andrew Rudalevige, "Founding Principles" provides an introductory overview and basic understanding to American government, but one that is crucial to building citizen-leaders, promoting civic engagement, and working toward the common good.
Chapter Thirteen discusses the Bill of Rights and the liberties and protections offered therein.

Subject:
Social Studies
Material Type:
Demonstration
Provider:
Bowdoin College
Date Added:
10/10/2017
"Founding Principles" Chapter Three: Congress
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"Founding Principles" Chapter Three: Congress

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Narrated by Bowdoin College Government Professor Andrew Rudalevige, "Founding Principles" provides an ...

Narrated by Bowdoin College Government Professor Andrew Rudalevige, "Founding Principles" provides an introductory overview and basic understanding to American government, but one that is crucial to building citizen-leaders, promoting civic engagement, and working toward the common good.
Chapter Three discusses Congress and its power, and how it works and doesn't work for public interest.

Subject:
Social Studies
Material Type:
Demonstration
Provider:
Bowdoin College
Date Added:
10/09/2017
"Founding Principles" Chapter Twelve: Policy Implementation
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"Founding Principles" Chapter Twelve: Policy Implementation

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Narrated by Bowdoin College Government Professor Andrew Rudalevige, "Founding Principles" provides an ...

Narrated by Bowdoin College Government Professor Andrew Rudalevige, "Founding Principles" provides an introductory overview and basic understanding to American government, but one that is crucial to building citizen-leaders, promoting civic engagement, and working toward the common good.
Chapter Twelve discusses the governmental bureaucracy, social policy, and regulation.

Subject:
Social Studies
Material Type:
Demonstration
Provider:
Bowdoin College
Date Added:
10/10/2017
"Founding Principles" Chapter Two: Federalism
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"Founding Principles" Chapter Two: Federalism

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Narrated by Bowdoin College Government Professor Andrew Rudalevige, "Founding Principles" provides an ...

Narrated by Bowdoin College Government Professor Andrew Rudalevige, "Founding Principles" provides an introductory overview and basic understanding to American government, but one that is crucial to building citizen-leaders, promoting civic engagement, and working toward the common good.
Chapter Two discusses the differences in national and state government systems and what levels of power exist therein.

Subject:
Social Studies
Material Type:
Demonstration
Provider:
Bowdoin College
Date Added:
10/09/2017
La Epoca Colonial en America Latina

La Epoca Colonial en America Latina

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In this resource, students will contrast the historical views of public life ...

In this resource, students will contrast the historical views of public life in the target culture and its civilizations with world views. Additionally, students will learn that of all the different time periods in the history of Latin America, the Colonial Era was the most important in shaping the modern character of the region. Also, students will learn the vocabulary related to the article and will answer questions about the reading.

Subject:
Spanish
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Provider:
Bowdoin College
Author:
Enrique Yepes
Date Added:
02/26/2019