WWE Smackdown Your Vote Videos


Subjects: Civics, Social Studies
Grade Level: 9-12
Source: World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE)

Cable in the Classroom is again teaming with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) to provide teachers with five short-form videos on issues important to the 2010 national elections.  Use these videos to spark classroom conversations on critical topics such as: Economy & Jobs, National Security & War on Terrorism, Education, Health Care, and Environment & Energy Policy.  The videos, hosted by WWE stars, convey the thoughts of college students attending Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York and are sure to grab students’ attention.  The topics in each video are also covered in a national voter issues paper for voters ages 18-30 prepared by WWE, Cable in the Classroom, the League of Women Voters and others.

To view the voter issues paper, go to:  http://www.wwe.com/content/media/pdf/Voter_Issues_Pamphlet-2010_1.pdf

 

WWE Smack Down Your Vote & Cable in the Classroom video on National Security & War on Terrorism

 

WWE Smack Down Your Vote & Cable in the Classroom video on Health Care

 

WWE Smack Down Your Vote & Cable in the Classroom video on Environment & Energy Policy

 

WWE Smack Down Your Vote & Cable in the Classroom video on Education

 

WWE Smackdown Your Vote & Cable in the Classroom video on The Economy & Jobs


 

WWE Smackdown Your Vote Videos

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