Good news, friends in Civics! Happy to bring you some more video civics resources. For the past few weeks, we shared with you a collection of video lessons for learning civics from home, put together by the excellent folks in Palm Beach using some resources from Civics360. Five additional videos are now available. Each video runs about ten minutes long, give or take a couple of minutes. I’ve included a link back to Civics360 under each video. These resources cover the impact of the 13th, 14th, 15th, 19th, 24th, and 26th Amendments, Significant Supreme Court Cases, Political Parties, and Evaluating Candidates.
Thank you, Lori Dool, for giving us a chance to support teachers!
Impact of the 13th, 14th, 15th, 19th, 24th, and 26th Amendments
Landmark Supreme Court Cases: Civil Rights and Civil Liberties
Be sure to check out earlier videos in this resource collection! I’ve compiled them below.
Week 1 (Forms of Government, Systems of Government, International Organizations, International Conflicts)
Week 2 (Enlightenment Ideas, Impact of Historical Documents, Pursuit of Independence, Articles of Confederation)
Week 3 (The Preamble, Constitutional Limits, Federalists and Anti-Federalists, Rule of Law, Sources and Types of Law)
Week 4 (Citizenship, Citizen Responsibilities and Obligations, Bill of Rights and Other Amendments, Constitutional Safeguards and Limitations, Constitutional Rights)