That would be great! I'm looking for any advice and suggestions I can
get. My students are seniors also - not an elective, however, as
Participation in Government (fondly called PIG) is a requirement in New
>>> Lisa & Bill Lee <firstname.lastname@example.org> 08/16/07 12:24 AM >>>
HI Lynn & Jim,
I'll try to jump in when I can as well. I completed the course last
summer and am still on the channel talk list. I along with two other
department members took the course, and decided to create a civic
action elective course for seniors. It begins in a few weeks. I can
give you an overview and update you on developments.
On Aug 15, 2007, at 3:33 PM, Jim Malanowski wrote:
> I’d be glad to talk with you, but I don’t know how “regular” I’ll be.
> I’ve not done any Annenberg work like you’re doing, but will gladly
> share what I’m doing in Madison, Georgia to try to make “Citizenship”
> real for sophomores. I’ve taught it twice and will be teaching it
> again in the spring.
> Jim Malanowski
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