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Where Does the Money Go?: A Lesson in the Influences of Congress

This bundle is everything you need to teach your students about the different influences of Congress and interest groups! Included is the following: 1) 15 slide power point with pictures. That covers the five influences of Congress ( Voters, President, Political Parties, Interest Groups, and PACs). 2) Fill in the blank notes that go along with the power point presentation.

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Perceptions of corruption in Australian government and public sector increase

Corruption perception index selected-countries - Perceptions of corruption in the Australian government and public sector increased in 2015 for the fourth year running, surging six points since 2012 in an annual index by Transparency International. A federal anti-corruption agency, muscular anti-foreign bribery laws and political donations reform were required to help arrest the slide, senior members of the anti-corruption group said.

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Where Does the Money Go?: A Lesson in the Influences of Congress

This bundle is everything you need to teach your students about the different influences of Congress and interest groups! Included is the following: 1) 15 slide power point with pictures. That covers the five influences of Congress ( Voters, President, Political Parties, Interest Groups, and PACs). 2) Fill in the blank notes that go along with the power point presentation.

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Puritanism: Fire and Brimstone

"The Wages of Sin" - do today's students even know what that means? Because of the prospect of hanging, Puritans certainly did. This 21 slide PowerPoint presentation from High 5 Achievers, is an introduction to the Puritan age. This belief system affected the politics of the day and continues to inform the views of many groups, such as the Tea Party. Puritanism marks the beginning of this country's literary movements. There are numerous slide notes to assist the teacher. $15.00

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You Need To Know These 14 Names

Florynce KennedyThe loudest, rudest voice on the feminist playground.One of the first Black women to graduate from Columbia Law School, Florynce “Flo” Kennedy was an attorney and grassroots activist who fought for abortion rights and Black political prisoners, including The Panther 21 (a group arrested for conspiring to blow up buildings, but released when their case collapsed). This was not an easy feat. In the 1970s, members of the predominantly white feminist movement and the Black…

Charles Gabriel Seligman Date of Photo: ?1910 Continent: Africa Geographical Area: East Africa Country: South Sudan Cultural Group: Bongo Format: Lantern Slide Size: 82 x 82 mm Acquisition: London School of Economics and Political Science - Donated 1967 Description A physical anthropology composite image of the profile and full face of a Bongo man, probably photographed during the Seligman's first expedition in 1909-10. This man was probably encountered whilst visiting the Nile region since…

Charles Gabriel Seligman Date of Photo: 1910 March Continent: Africa Geographical Area: East Africa Country: South Sudan Region/Place: Jonglei; Gwala Cultural Group: Dinka Bor Named Person(s): Luwal, Acole, Bul Format: Lantern Slide Size: 82 x 82 mm Acquisition: London School of Economics and Political Science - Donated 1967 Description Luwal, the tiet or spirit-healer of Gwala village, conducting a second rite of healing for Acole the wife of Bul, who was said by Luwal to be possessed by…

Charles Gabriel Seligman Date of Photo: 1910 Continent: Africa Geographical Area: East Africa Country: South Sudan Region/Place: Jonglei; Gwala Cultural Group: Dinka Bor Named Person(s): Biyordit Format: Lantern Slide Size: 82 x 82 mm Acquisition: London School of Economics and Political Science - Donated 1967 Description The Bor Dinka rain-maker Biyordit standing outside the shrine-hut of the spirit Lerpio at Gwala, with other people gathered in its shade to the side. The Seligmans visited…

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World War II Dictators Pop Up Figures Lesson Plan

Great interactive notebook lesson and PowerPoint on the Rise of Dictators before World War II. It includes interactive Pop Up Figures for each major dictator along with beautiful, engaging slides, notes, a printable Mao and graphic organizer! An amazing lesson!