1 edition of An election for the ages found in the catalog.
An election for the ages
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Trova Heffernan ; foreword by Sam Reed|
|LC Classifications||JK9290 .H44 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||168 p. :|
|Number of Pages||168|
|LC Control Number||2010013492|
Election season can be a baffling time for adults, much less children. for ages 10 and up while spot on, run the risk of sapping the book’s vitality. Teach students about the importance of democracy. 3–5, 6–8, 9– Track local and national elections or host an election in your classroom with students, historical figures, or book characters as candidates! You can also encourage independent research with assorted articles from Scholastic GO! and an election book list.
The book is aimed at children ages 6 to 11 years old and has already been translated to six languages to reach as many children as possible. Thirty more languages are . Goodman’s writing about the election process is kid-friendly and Elwood Smith’s illustrations are just downright funny. This book is great for kids who are interested in learning how it all works or for kids who need an interesting approach to a difficult subject matter. Best for ages 8 .
In this election year, the NCBLA has created this Presidential Campaign and Election Kit to help all adults who live and work with young people engage with our kids in informed discussions about the presidential campaigns and election, teach them to think critically, and energize them to learn more about the political process in America. New Yorker writer Lepore (History/Harvard Univ.; The Story of America, ) masterfully formulates the story of Benjamin Franklin’s youngest sister, who will be virtually unknown to many readers, using only a few of her letters and a small archive of births and deaths. Jane Franklin Mecom (–) did not come into her own until she was widowed in ; at the time, widows possessed Author: Jill Lepore.
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The US Elections - Lap Book Kit is a hands-on activity to help your student (Ages 8+) understand the election process in America. A great supplement for any US History and/or Government course. The artwork and templates were drawn by the talented Amy Pak, who also drew the Timeline Figures in BookShark's programs.
Trova Heffernan talked about her book, An Election for the Ages, in which she chronicles Washington State’s gubernatorial race between Dino Rossi and Christine the conclusion of.
An Election for the Ages presents a cliff-hanging chronology of this political standoff that gained nationwide attention. It also provides an insider's look at how Secretary of State Sam Reed and his staff supervised a An election for the ages book political battle that reached beyond the Governor's race to 4/5(1).
Ages This book takes election facts covering topics such as the electoral college, political parties and campaigning and presents them in an easy-to-understand, lighter format for kids without diluting the information.
Class President, by Johanna Hurwitz Ages Julio works to get his good friend Lucas elected class president. The US Elections - Lap Book Kit is a hands-on activity to help your student (Ages 8+) understand the election process in America. A great supplement for any US History and/or Government course.
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this is a book you can’t afford to miss.” Pages: Election book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A suburban New Jersey high school teacher confronts a student-body electi /5. `Election for the Ages’ chronicles ’04 gov’s election J Secretary of State's Office Secretary of State Sam Reed and author Trova Heffernan photographed during the book launch for “An Election for the Ages: Rossi vs.
Gregoire, ”. An Election for the Ages: Rossi vs. Gregoire, by Trova Heffernan Foreword by Washington Secretary of State Sam Reed The race for Washington Governor will go down in history as one of the closest and most controversial of all time. Special Features. New, restored 4k digital transfer, supervised and approved by Director Alexander Payne, with surround DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack; Audio Commentary from featuring Payne; New interview with actor Reese Witherspoon; The Passion of Martin Payne's UCLA thesis film, with a new introduction by the Director; Trulnside: "Election," a documentary featuring on /5(8).
An Election for the Ages takes up the story of the historic election and its aftermath in the courts, the media, the legislature, and the public forum. Author Trova Heffernan details the back and forth of election results that swung from Gregoire to Rossi and back while political parties engaged in legal and PR battles and the state’s.
The book, out Tuesday, explores Clinton’s campaign and the excruciating play-by-play of her election night. At one point, the authors describe how, in.
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The 40+ pages in your PDF include. creative writing prompts. Election is a novel by Tom is a black comedy about a high school history teacher who attempts to sabotage a manipulative, ambitious girl's campaign to become school president. The novel was adapted into a film of the same title prior to publication, but not filmed until fall of Synopsis.
Inamidst the U.S. Presidential Elections that year, students at high school Author: Tom Perrotta. Get your children ready for the presidential election with these conversation starters and books for different ages By Wendy Lawrence Published on: Octo Secretary of State Sam Reed and Washington State University Press have launched “Election for the Ages: Rossi vs.
Gregoire ” The new book recounts the twists and turns of the state’s closest vote for governor in its history, as told from the perspective of the Office of Secretary of State and election officials to experienced it.
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Grades PreK–K This is pop-up book is absolutely stunning to look at and a great book to end the unit with. The Materials: A voting booth (typically a study carrel or trifold board on a desk) in the hallway.