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21st Century Skills
The Choices Program uses a problem-based approach to make complex international issues accessible and meaningful for students of diverse abilities and learning styles.
Westward Expansion
Students use readings, primary sources, and an in-depth case study to explore U.S. westward expansion from multiple perspectives.
The Middle East
Drawing on maps, literature, cartoons, primary sources, and simulations, students examine the history of U.S. involvement in the Middle East from 1900 to the present.
Genocide
Through case studies, primary sources, and simulations, students trace the evolution of the international community's response to genocide and consider how to respond in the future.
Weimar Germany and the Rise of Hitler
Using political posters, songs, art and literature as well as laws and speeches, students recreate the moment of the Reichstag elections in July 1932 and consider its legacy.
French Revolution
Using readings, primary sources, role-plays, and simulations, students consider the issues facing France at a time of social and political upheaval.
Human Rights
Students use readings, case studies, primary sources, and simulations to examine the role that human rights has played in international politics and explore the current debate on U.S. policy.
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Curriculum
Westward Expansion
Students use readings, primary sources, and an in-depth case study to explore U.S. westward expansion from multiple perspectives.
Curriculum
Russia's Transformation
Students examine the long history of U.S.-Russia relations and consider the Obama administration's "reset" of U.S. policy towards Russia.
Scholars Online
International Trade Videos
NEW VIDEOS - Watch supplemental videos to International Trade in which students consider the policy choices facing the United States.
Curriculum
The Cold War
NEW EDITION - Drawing on primary sources, statistics, and selected biographies, students engage in the national debate on the U.S. role in the world in 1946.
Scholars Online
Immigration Videos
NEW VIDEOS - Watch supplemental videos to U.S. Immigration Policy in which students explore immigration trends and foreign policy.
Teaching with the News
Protest, Revolution, & Change
This free lesson helps students analyze the potential effects of the protests on democracy and stability in the Middle East and North Africa.
Teaching with the news
The Lessons of Iraq
In this one-day activity students examine and assess four different perspectives on what lessons the United States should draw from its experience in Iraq.

Middle East Uprisings
Global Security
See what makes us safe and what threatens us in the Global Security Matrix.
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