Calif. teacher uses cross-curricular projects to teach about politics

02/18/2014 | Guardian (London), The

Lessons about politics and government can be blended into multiple project-based approaches, writes humanities teacher John Bosselman in this blog post. Bosselman shares how a project about propositions in California, where his school is located, was designed to give students more insight into the local political process. Students conducted literary analyses on books such as "1984," and they used graphic journalism and art to create a comic-style mural about the propositions.

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