Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Election Day - Our Favorite Voting Videos

After months of campaigning and strategizing, the 2012 presidential election has finally arrived. We have been fascinated by the candidates' messaging all through the primary and general election seasons. We've also enjoyed exploring different tools in the classroom to allow students to exercise their voices, before they are old enough to exercise their votes. If you'd like to look at some resources and lessons about "Designing A Candidate," check out these prior posts. For election day itself, here are some of our favorite videos to share with students. These lively, informative clips can make sure everyone is ready to understand the eventual electoral results.

Vote For Somebody! It's Your Civic Duty (from Democracy Prep)


 

Explain It To Me: Running For President (from CNN Video)


 

Does Your Vote Count? The Electoral College Explained (from TED-Ed)


 

Electoral College 101 (from NYTimes OpDocs)


 

Electing A US President In Plain English (from Common Craft)


 

Isarithmic History Of The Two-Party Vote (from David B. Sparks)

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