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TEACHING TOOLS
Original version and v2.0

9mb digital packages of helpful tools
E-mailed directly to your computer

$44.95 each
$64.95 for both

(If you bought the original version,
you can purchase v2.0 for $20)

    In both versions
  • There are 55 Teaching Tools and a commentary, teaching suggestion, or rubric for each one.
  • There's a Correlation Chart that identifies which parts of the AP outline and which chapters in 8 popular textbooks are associated with each teaching tool.
  • Each of the 110 items is an individual document.
  • Student materials are MS Word documents published under a Creative Commons License, which allows you to modify, distribute, and even sell the student documents.
  • Commentaries, teaching suggestions, and rubrics are Adobe Reader (PDF) documents and are copyrighted.

    (If you do not have Adobe Reader or Macintosh Preview, either of which can access the PDF files, you can download a free copy of Adobe Reader at http://get.adobe.com/reader/ )
TABLE OF CONTENTS (for both versions)

The original version asked the same questions for every country to promote comparative thinking.
The new version (v2.0) asks questions that focus on the unique characteristics of each political system.

    Comparative Theory
  1. Empirical and Normative
  2. Systems Analysis
  3. Rational Choice Analysis
  4. Summary

  5. Regimes
  6. UK
  7. Russia
  8. China
  9. Nigeria
  10. Mexico
  11. Iran
  12. EU

  13. Legislatures
  14. UK
  15. Russia
  16. China
  17. Nigeria
  18. Mexico
  19. Iran
  20. EU

  21. Governments
  22. UK
  23. Russia
  24. China
  25. Nigeria
  26. Mexico
  27. Iran
  28. EU

  29. Civil Societies and
    Political Cultures

  30. UK
  31. Russia
  32. Nigeria
  33. China
  34. Mexico
  35. Iran
  36. EU
    Basic Concepts
  1. The European Union
  2. Democratization 1
  3. Democratization 2
  4. Nations
  5. Political Culture
  6. Transparency
  7. Rights and Liberties
  8. Legitimacy
  9. Political Economics
  10. State Capacity
  11. Federal and Unitary Systems 1
  12. Federal and Unitary Systems 2
  13. Participation
  14. Recruitment
  15. Socialization
  16. Economic Development 1
  17. Economic Development 2

  18. Answering FRQs
  19. Answering FRQs

  20. FRQs
  21. Theory
  22. Regimes
  23. Legislatures
  24. Governments
  25. Civil Society and Political Culture

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