This project is assessessed using three rubrics. You can preview the rubrics by clicking on the icons below.
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The Constitution is a living document that changes and evolves over time.
The people are the authors/owners of the public record.
People may participate effectively in community affairs and the political process.
An effective democracy depends on informed citizens.
Both advocacy and public opinion can be used to influence public policy.
Political and social movements have sought to mobilize public opinion and assert peoples rights and obtain government support to achieve their goals.
What is the importance of civic engagement to American Constitutional democracy?
How might civil discourse be promoted in society?
How can the public record be used to inform decision-making?
Students successfully completing this project will demonstrate mastery in the following standards.
Reading in History and Social Studies
Writing in History and Social Studies
English and Language Arts Standards for Speaking and Listening
AASL Standards for the 21st Century Learner
National Educational Technology Standards
Library Information and Media Center - Monona Grove High School - Monona, Wisconsin
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