1. Topic-
Voting Rights
2. Content-
All Countries have a from of government or another. However a government is chosen by the people and for the people, throughout a voting process on election day. A government is chosen to carry out three functions
The protection of their citizens.
The representation of their citizens in international and local affairs.
Provide basic necessities for their citizens.
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
Students will become familiar with the voting process.

4. Objectives-
1.Understand why voting is important.
2.Understand the right to vote.
3.Explain why they want to vote when they are 18 yrs old.
5. Materials and Aids-
Copy of the constitution of The Bahamas.
Sample of voter card
Current boundaries of The Bahamas.
Sample of a ballot box
Construction box
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

1.Ask the students about election advertisement on TV or elsewhere.
2.Ask the students about their parents discussion about election.

B. Development-

1. Teacher will write the content on the chalk board.
2. Teacher will ask students to read content aloud to observe students understanding of the lesson.
3.Teacher will divid the students in class and explain to students about how they will role play and election process

C. Practice-

1.Teacher will guide students in the role play process.
2.Teaceher will prepare students to proceed with the voting process
3. Four students will act as registration members to carry out the voting producer
4.Eighteen students will form a line and wait to be called in to to vote.

D. Independent Practice-

1.Each student will given a voters card.
2.Each student voting will will present the voters card at the door.
3. Each student will state his /her name aloud to the presiding officer and place their right thumb in the ink.
4.The first student to vote would go behind close doors and place his/her vote to the individual of choice.

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

1.Each student is completed the exercise
2. Students discussed among themselves about the exercise

F. Checking for understanding-

Ask students about their understanding bout the voting exercise.

G. Closure-

1.Each student went back to their seats.

2.Each student was asked to explain what they understood about the election process
7. Evaluation-
Teacher observed the level of understanding from each student explanation of the voting process
Teacher will cleared up all misconceptions about the voting process
8. Teacher Reflection-
Observed each student level of understanding.
Identified their weakness and strengths in following directions.

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