Over 33% of respondents under 25, report that on a typical day they get no news.
1. Where do you get your news?
2. Where do your parents and grandparents get their news?
3. Identify two trends in this chart:
4. Describe two causes of the changing media landscape:
5. Explain two consequences of the changing media landscape:
6. How will this changing media landscape affect US politics?
7. Extrapolate beyond 2012, and draw in data for this chart through 2020:
Unit three covers Interest Groups, Political Parties, Campaigns and Elections, Public Opinion, and Media with engaging lessons, readings, projects, and assignments to help your students understand the political world.
Written by an AP Government teacher and College Board consultant with over 20 years of teaching experience and over 10 years as a College Board consultant, this unit, contains 90 pages of lessons, infographics, handouts, and detailed instructions. I’ve provided a recipe for each day’s lesson including all the handouts and instructions you’ll need to help your students understand the US political Process.
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