Let's Talk About Law in Elementary School
Wanda Cassidy, Ruth Yates
Brush Education, Jan 1, 1998 - Education - 202 pages
Fun, easy ways to teach the law to elementary students
There is growing interest from teachers at the elementary level in addressing legal topics, concepts and skills with their students. Let’s Talk About Law in Elementary School addresses their need for relevant ideas and materials that can be integrated into the core subjects of social studies, language arts, and science. It also provides information on where to obtain other useful materials for classroom use, as well as law resources to assist them in developing their own classroom materials.
The contributors are active in law-related education, either at the public school level, in program administration or at the post-secondary level.
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Introduction Filling a Gap Lets Talk About Law
1 Why Teach Law in the Elementary Classroom?
2 Educating for Civic Participation Law Related Education in the United States
3 Resolving Conflict in the Elementary Classroom
4 Affirming Democratic Principles in the Classroom
5 Looking at Law Through Story Drama
6 Managing Peer Pressure Through Law Related Literature
7 Making Law in the Primary Classroom
8 Experiencing Law Through Games and Simulations
9 Facing an Issue Through Critical Thinking and Decision Making in Social Studies
10 Exploring Law Through Forensic Science