Ask students what they think about the presidential election

The writer of this blog post suggests ways in which teachers can introduce this year's presidential election in the classroom, including asking students to develop one-question interviews in which they ask their peers questions about the election, and having students write editorials backing a candidate for president. In another exercise, students conduct a mock election.

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