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.
ESL students gain knowledge about civics and have fun at the same time!
In this learning activity you'll apply information about three different sources of governmental power: Unitary, Confederate, and Federal to world governments.
Learners follow the step-by-step process the U.S. Government uses for creating the federal budget. The topics of budget surpluses and deficits and the federal deficit are covered.
In the interactive object, learners examine the structural-functional, social-conflict, and symbolic interaction analyses of government.
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.
You'll learn more about the U.S. Bill of Rights.
Test your knowledge of U.S. Presidents. Answer the questions before you run out of time!
The student reviews the roles and responsibilities of the President and takes a quiz.
A game to help our ELLs learn more about the United States and Wisconsin!
Learners view images of the presidents of the United States and click on the name of the president shown.
Learners read about the different kinds of positions available in the accounting field at private corporations, government agencies, and not-for-profit organizations.
In this learning activity you'll review the facts and interpretations, determine a verdict, and respond to questions.
In this learning activity you'll review facts and interpretations, determines a verdict, and responds to questions.
Learners read about how universities, government agencies, energy companies, and nanotech firms are working together to use nanotechnology to help produce clean water for consumption.
Learners test their knowledge of the framework of the U.S. government in this 13-question quiz.
In this learning activity you'll read about efforts to prevent the government from interfering with citizens' rights to practice their religious beliefs.