Do I have a right

Do I Have a Right? Social Studies Game: Tips and Tricks

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Here are some tips to help you use the iCivics social studies game Do I Have Right? with your students: Have students use their real names if you plan to collect their game results. Make sure st...

Mission US: Cheyenne Odyssey Ideas – for Building Background Knowledge

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Prior to implementing the Cheyenne Odyssey Lesson Plan and Game, it is important to build students' background knowledge about the Cheyenne and Plains Indians. We recommend familiarizing yourself w...
Social Studies Game: Cheyenne Odyssey

Mission US: Cheyenne Odyssey Social Studies Game Trailer

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Check out this 30 second video to see what the Mission US: Cheyenne Odyssey social studies game is all about....
Social Studies game worksheet!

Supreme Decision Social Studies Game Worksheet

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Check out this Supreme Decision Social Studies game worksheet!...
LawCraft Game Trailer

LawCraft Game Trailer

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Check out this thirty second LawCraft game trailer video from Filament to see the game in action!...
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Essential Questions: LawCraft Social Studies Game

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What fundamental beliefs about rights and responsibilities are evident in the laws our country has passed? How do citizens (individually and collectively) influence laws and government? ...
Argument Wars Social Studies Game

Argument Wars Social Studies Game: Essential Questions

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What characterizes civilization and what enables it to flourish? What is the purpose of government/the court system? Is it ever okay to break the law? Talk with students about these essentia...
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Branches of Power Social Studies Game: Tips and Tricks

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Allotting Students Time for Branches of Power: Branches of Power social studies game takes approximately 30-40 minutes to play. NOTE: Once the game officially after 30 minutes, learners will have the...

U.S. Legislative, Executive, and Judicial Powers Lesson Plan: Branches of Government Game

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In this lesson plan which is adaptable for grades 3-8, students use a free online game to sort  sort the three branches of government : Legislative, Executive, and Judicial. Students then extend the...
Election-themed games

Election-Themed Games from iCivics: On The Ballot

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These election-themed games have just what you need to teach your students about the path to becoming president. Our friends at iCivics join us for this hour-long webinar to discuss the fabulous teac...