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First NameLast NameStateEmailPhoneLesson Title/TopicGrade/CourseLesson Description
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NacoleBoanKS
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BrianBoazWY
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MarcBrewerOR
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DianaBristerTXEconomic Overview Free Enterprise Gr 8; U.S. HistAPPARTS analysis: Madison's On Property; Jefferson's Summary View; Mercantilism
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BrettChanceryALDepression to WWII DocsteachHS U.S. Hist10 Documents; analysis worksheets from National Archives
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VincentCiaramellaPA
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RyanConradCO
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DonnyConstantineauUTFifth Amendment; Property, Takings Clause, Just CompensationHS U.S. GovtBill of Rights Institute curricula: Property Rights in America, Rights and Responsibilities
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CorriveauNMLocke, Madison, Mason--PropertyGr 8; U.S. HistPrimary source excerpts; definition of property
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BethFeestWILocke & Madison on propertyAPUSHSocratic seminar; includes rubrics & bibliography
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BrendaFishmanKS
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JulieGiordanoFL
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JonGlasserCOProperty Rights and Intellectual PropertyHS U.S. GovtYouTube video; Locke & Madison on property; SOPA, PIPA, CISPA
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LeticiaGonzalezNM
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KarenGreenCO
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RebeccaHallingKSProperty Rights: Locke, Adams, Madison, DeclarationHS U.S. GovtCompare and contrast excerpts of John Locke, Samuel Adams, and James Madison; examine violations of property rights in Declaration.
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JeffHankeUT
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ChrisHartmannNYMeaning of Property Gr 8; U.S. HistPassages from Locke, Adams, Madison, Mason
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DanielHelmsNCmark.helms@cabarrus.k12.nc.us704-224-4705The Foundations of Property RightsHS U.S. Hist; GovtStudents analyze the following to evaluate the importance of property rights at the Founding.  Photo of Mt. Vernon, selected Founders' quotes, Excerpts from Madison's On Property, Virginia Declaration of Rights, Declaration of Independence, Constitution
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SallyHoblerCO
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MarkHoduskiKShoduskim@ma-kc.org913-441-2339Govt RegulationGr 12 CivicsExplores the concept of a mixed economy by examining the
role and limits of government regulation, promotion, and services in a
capitalist society.
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LexiHoffmannCO
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MelindaHoppingNM
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RobertJenkinsPA
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GlennaJohnsonKS
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JeffKlineWIJakline@gbaps.org920.362.5821Causes of Great DrpressionHS U.S. HistExplore multiple viewpoints of causes of Great Depression
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JasonKringsWIjmkrings@gbaps.org920-655-1040Property--Locke & Madison close reading APUSHDocument analysis lesson centered on Locke and Madison's ideas (purpose of government and expanded definition of property). Includes a concept formation activity to help students understand that property is is more than physical possessions.
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VincentLanganNM
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BertLewisKSblewis@usd234.org913-449-9290Economic liberties in the ConstitutionHS GovtArticle 1 Sec. 7,8,9; Amendment 24; Use Madison & Mason excerpts to analyze the Constitution as an economic document, to identify protections of economic liberties. 
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JaredManuelLAProperty: What Does It All Mean?HS Govt or US HistStudents conduct a close reading and analysis of Madison's essay On Property.  Essay is divided into sections with critical thinking questions to aid students in their thinking.
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FrancesMcLaughlinPA
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MarkMooreUT
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NicoleMorettiWYFounders, Federalists, Anti-FederalistsAPUSHMadison, Mason, Bill of Rights Bingo, Kelo
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MichelleMundUTFifth Amendment; Property, Takings Clause, Just CompensationHS U.S. GovtBill of Rights Institute curricula: Property Rights in America, Rights and Responsibilities
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Kim L.NadenKSProperty at the Founding DBQHS U.S. GovtDBQ: How has protection of property rights changed since the Founding.
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JulieOglesbyKSEminent DomainHS U.S. GovtLocke, Madison, Mason, Kelo
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ScottPeaveyKSspeavey@tong464.org913-907-0819Philosophical Origins of Founding PrinciplesGr. 8 - 10; U.S. History or World HistoryTrace the evolution of thought and identify the Enlightenment-era thinkers that inspired the principles that America was founded upon. Primary sources include Locke, Rousseau, Beccaria, Voltaire
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ScottPhilippPA
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RebeccaSandersCOrebeccasanders06@gmail.com720.341.1459Guarantees of Liberty in the ConstitutionHS U.S. HistExcerpts from Federalist, Anti-Federalist Papers; scavenger hunt of the Constitution to analyze for protections of liberty.  Scenarios for the Bill of Rights
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CaseySeyfertKS
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TracyStokesUTFifth AmendmentHS U.S. GovtStudents analyze the Fifth Amendment and then review Supreme Court cases related to each of its provisions.
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TylerStrongKSRobber Barons or Captains of IndustryHS U.S. Hist.Students review Great Myths of the Great Depression; analyze & evaluate bios of Rockefeller, Carnegie, Stanford
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MeaghanToddWYmtodd@acsd1.org307-399-0477Madison's Federalist #1010th grStudents conduct a close reading of Federalist #10
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CynthiaTruittTX
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SandraVollbrachtCOMadison, Mt. Vernon photos, Great DepressionHS U.S. Hist.Students examine Madison's On Property, Washington's entrepreneurial ventures, and Great Myths of the Great Depression.  Compare Locke/Madison concepts of property to those of Twentieth Century Progressives.
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JohnWallaceNM
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DeborahWhitehairINFoundations of Bill of RightsHS U.S. Hist or APUSHStudents compare Virginia Declaration of Rights to U.S. Bill of Rights.
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WendellWoolumKS
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