Life in Numbers: The Electoral College ebook
Guided Rd. Level X
Interest Level 6-12
Every four years, Americans vote for a president. But what they are really doing is choosing the 538 members of the Electoral College. These electors are the ones who pick the president. Under this system, the candidate with the most votes on Election Day may lose the election. Learn the history of the Electoral College, how it works, and why it is so controversial today.
Created in partnership with TIME©, this nonfiction reader builds critical literacy skills while students are engaged in reading high-interest content.
- Reader's Guide and Try It! provide extensive language-development activities to develop critical thinking
- Table of contents, glossary, and index help increase comprehension and strengthen academic vocabulary
- A fun culminating activity challenges students to create a video about the Electoral College
- Prepares students for college and career and aligns with state and national standards
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