Yesterday, I posted THE BEST VIDEOS FOR LEARNING ABOUT THE IMPEACHMENT PROCESS.
Here are many more related resources:
The Presidential Impeachment Process is a useful infographic.
You will find more infographics at Statista
What is US impeachment? Six things to know is from Al Jazeera.
A special edition of Lesson of the Day:
Warm Up: Understanding What Impeachment Means & How It Happens.
Questions for Writing and Discussion: Understanding What Happened on Sept. 24 and Why.
Going Further: Weighing When Impeaching Is the Right Thing to Dohttps://t.co/88d91ZBA4q
— NYT Learning Network (@NYTimesLearning) September 25, 2019
This is a great thread that lays out how to teach about impeachment.
(It remains that if teaching about impeachment is “political”, so is not teaching about it. Politics are inescapable. Partisanship, though, can be avoided.) https://t.co/a7H64RLHH4
— Jennifer Binis (@JennBinis) September 25, 2019
How impeachment works is a Washington Post interactive.
Who’s who in the whistleblower complaint is from The Washington Post.
What Is the Impeachment Process? A Step-by-Step Guide is from The NY Times.
The Whistle-Blower Knows How to Write is from The NY Times.
Teaching Impeachment in Politically Risky Times is from Ed Week.
What Are Your Reactions to the Impeachment Inquiry of President Trump? is from The NY Times Learning Network.
Impeachment inquiry: Latest updates for students is from the PBS NewsHour.
Teaching Impeachment? Here’s Your One-Stop Shop for Resources https://t.co/wujEEsLd5m
— EdWeek Teacher (@EdWeekTeacher) October 10, 2019
@Larryferlazzo Linked to your #impeachment teaching & learning resources list in this post, which includes links to loads of #primarysources from the Library of Congress. Timely Connections: Teaching About Presidential Impeachment https://t.co/wlmEvoxfkG
— Primary Source Nexus (@PSNTPS) October 10, 2019
Trump, Ukraine And The Path To The Impeachment Inquiry: A Timeline is from NPR.
A diagram of events in the impeachment inquiry of President Trump is from USA Today.
Trump impeachment inquiry: A visual timeline is from CNN.
What’s next in the Trump impeachment inquiry, and will Trump cooperate with it? is from The Washington Post.
A lesson plan for an impeachment inquiry is from PennGSE.
Is the Impeachment Inquiry a Teachable Moment? Or Should Politics Stay Out of the Classroom? is from The NY Times.
How The Impeachment Process Is Similar Or Different Than A Legal Trial is from NPR.
Here’s a useful slideshow from iCivics.
Teaching Impeachment in the Classroom: Q&A With Emma Humphries of iCivics
What is impeachment and how does it work? 10 facts to know. is from NBC News.
Teaching impeaching: History comes to life in school as teachers seize on this historic moment. Here’s what some are doing — and how. is from The Washington Post.
A Third Graders Guide To The Impeachment Hearings is from The NY Times.
How Schools Are Using The Trump Impeachment Inquiry As A Teachable Moment is from NPR.
5 steps to addressing impeachment in classroom discussions is from Education Dive.
A Lesson Plan for Teaching About the Impeachment Hearings is from The NY Times Learning Network.
The Trump impeachment hearings highlight immigrants’ stories is from The Associated Press.
What to Know About the U.S. Presidents Who’ve Been Impeached is from TIME.
The BBC has been doing three-minute video “round-ups” of updated impeachment news. Here’s one:
Students should learn about impeachment in school – here’s how to make it work is from The Conversation.
Dozens of witnesses have been called to provide documents or testimony for the impeachment inquiry. Here’s who they are. https://t.co/M7atWuq5b7
— Post Graphics (@PostGraphics) November 24, 2019
How Did Framers Of The Constitution Come Up With ‘High Crimes And Misdemeanors’? is from NPR.
What we know and don’t know about how a Senate impeachment trial will work is from The Washington Post.
Pomp, circumstance and silence: How a Senate presidential impeachment trial works is from NBC News.
How Impeachment Works: An Infographic
Great resource for educators discussing impeachment in the classroom this week – front pages of @nytimes from Johnson, Nixon, Clinton, & Trump proceedings. https://t.co/ze6kysuJC2
— Kate Messner (@KateMessner) December 19, 2019
In this Lesson of the Day, students will learn about the historic vote in the House of Representatives to impeach President Trump. https://t.co/t3IJs9tYxn
— NYT Learning Network (@NYTimesLearning) December 19, 2019
A historic impeachment day, in 15 photos is from Vox.
Teaching Impeachment: 7 Ideas From Our Readers is from The NY Times Learning Network.
How Other Countries Handle Impeachments, And What The U.S. Can Learn From Them is from NPR.
What comes next in impeachment is from CNN.
Our Guide to the Impeachment Inquiry is from The NY Times.
A Step-by-Step Guide to Trump’s Impeachment Trial is from The NY Times.
9 questions about Trump’s impeachment trial you were too embarrassed to ask is from Vox.
Trump impeachment: A very simple guide is from The BBC.
How Trump’s Senate impeachment trial will work is from Politico.
Sketches from Thursday’s impeachment proceedings inside the Senate chamber, where no photos are allowed https://t.co/IlJMxMXTKh pic.twitter.com/Xm8lZTRDdO
— NYT Graphics (@nytgraphics) January 17, 2020
Your Senate Impeachment Trial Questions Answered Here is from TIME.
Trump Impeachment: What to Expect as the Senate Trial Begins Today is from The NY Times.
Trump impeachment trial: The rules and everything else you need to know is from NBC News.
Impeachment guide: Voting on the trial rules is from CNN.
How Trump’s Senate impeachment trial will work is from Politico.
How The Senate Impeachment Trial Will Work is from NPR.
Here’s a summary of the evidence and arguments in Trump’s impeachment trial:https://t.co/9c4GPJQ1Fx
— NYT Graphics (@nytgraphics) January 22, 2020
'Overwhelming’ evidence or ‘a farce’? My colleagues and I teamed up to talk to 80+ Americans about impeachment. Here's what they had to say. https://t.co/V7VXMgjLeN pic.twitter.com/UwYUEW9Dhz
— Sarah Mervosh (@smervosh) January 22, 2020
I've put some resources together to help teachers teach about impeachment. I hope they can help students investigate this important (soon-to-be) historical event. #twitterhistoryteachers https://t.co/yRtGbWVykw
— Christopher Martell (@chriscmartell) January 23, 2020
Impeachment trial enters the question-and-answer session: a guide is from CNN.
Here’s a look back, in photos and reporting, on President Trump's impeachment trialhttps://t.co/CNMOomsNgR
— The New York Times (@nytimes) February 6, 2020
Here's a quick glossary of memorable or confusing terms and phrases we’ve heard so far during the impeachment trial of President Trumphttps://t.co/YJVrhgK9oV
— The New York Times (@nytimes) February 3, 2020