Teaching with the Records of Congress
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Teaching with the Records of Congress

This is a rerecording of the webinar Teaching with the Records of Congress a presentation offered by the Center for Legislative Archives for educators on Thursday April 18, 2019. The Center for Legislative Archives, part of the National Archives and Records Administration preserves and makes available the historical records of the United States House of […]

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Should We Let 12-Year-Olds Vote?
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Should We Let 12-Year-Olds Vote?

– Do you think 12 year olds should be allowed to vote? – Absolutely not. – 12 year olds should not yet be allowed to vote. – Generally, 12 yer olds are easier to be manipulated. – 12 might be a little young, but they’re probably smarter than I am. – If they pass a […]

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The Bill of Rights Rap

Alright folks, I’ll help you learn the Bill of Rights. First I got to get some rhythm. I’m Homie G. You all know me. I teach Civics in Henrico County. When I was young, I stayed up nights, trying to learn the Bill of Rights. Now I’ve figured it all out now. I’ve learned them […]

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Red Flag Laws | Constitution Corner
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Red Flag Laws | Constitution Corner

I’m Dr. Duke and this is Constitution Corner well Constitution Corner is one of my favorite segments of the week because it gets us to reflect not necessarily on this amendment or that codicil but to reflect on what the Constitution says about our modern world and the big issue again today I think for […]

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