In this learning activity you'll test your knowledge of the roles and differences between the two Houses of Congress - the Senate and the House of Representatives.
Families Around the World
By Therese Nemec
In this learning activity you'll test your knowledge of global rates for life expectancy, marriage, divorce, and births.
Free Exercise of Religion - U.S. Supreme Court Case: Wisconsin v. Yoder
In this learning activity you'll review the facts and interpretations, determine a verdict, and respond to questions.
Interest Groups: Civil and Constitutional Rights
By Therese Nemec, Nancy McFadden, Deb DeRosso, Mike English
Students read about the different kinds of civil/constitutional rights interest groups and answer multiple-choice questions.
Freedom of Religion - Supreme Court Case: Zorach v. Clauson
In this learning activity you'll review facts and interpretations, determines a verdict, and responds to questions.
United States Presidential Roles & Responsibilities
The student reviews the roles and responsibilities of the President and takes a quiz.
Presidents of the United States
Learners view images of the presidents of the United States and click on the name of the president shown.
Amendments to the U.S. Constitution
By Mona Wenrich
Students explore the history of U.S. Constitutional amendments and the process involved in adding an amendment. In an interactive exercise, learners author their own amendments and explain why these should be added to the Constitution.
The Duties of the Three Branches of Government
By Cindy Gibson
Students read about the legislative, executive, and judiciary branches of the U.S. government and then test their knowledge in a drag-and-drop exercise.
Responsibilities of Federal, State, and Local Government
Answer the questions to win the game!
Name That President!
Test your knowledge of U.S. Presidents. Answer the questions before you run out of time!
Canadian Democracy Social 30-1 Project
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