This guide provides analyses of curriculum materials that have been designed for teaching about the U.S. Constitution and law-related education. The guide begins with an editor's introduction and two essays, qConstitution Study and Civic Educationq (James B. Giese) and qThinking about Law-Related Education during the Bicentennialq (Barbara Miller). The resource reviews are presented in three sections. Forty-three reviews of print-based materials for elementary (K-6) Constitution and law-related education are provided in section 1. The second section contains 86 print-based materials for secondary (7-12) classrooms. Simulations, games, filmstrips, cassettes, videotapes, software, and audiocassettes are reviewed in the third section. Each review includes: (1) author, publisher, cost, subject area, and intended users; (2) content description; (3) primary teaching procedures; and (4) critical evaluation of the materials. Following the reviews are annotated lists of 64 additional materials; they include: (1) an annotated bibliography of children's literature that can be used to teach law; (2) a list of constitution-related literature; (3) a list of constitution-related bibliographies and catalogs; and (4) a list of films with constitutional content. Four indexes and a complete list of publishers' addresses is provided at the end of the book. (SM)Based on Madisona#39;s personal journals, this 50-minute video presentation recounts some details of Madisona#39;s private life, ... by trotting out his unsuccessful marriage proposal to a teenage beauty half his age fails to arouse much interest. ... A minimum of five days would be required to use this video effectively: one day to review the events of the convention, one day to ... Publisher: Legal Studies Simulations Publication Date: 1982 Materials and Cost: Packet contains 1 directora#39;s manual, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Review of Resources|
|Author||:||Mary E. Glade|
|Publisher||:||Social Science Education Consortium - 1987|