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Executive Command Essential Questions

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How and why are governments established? What are the potential advantages and disadvantages of the checks and balances system? What are the benefits and problems of being in charge of the exec...
Executive Command

Executive Command Game Trailer

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Check out this thirty second Executive Command game trailer video from Filament to see the game in action!...

Court Quest Essential Questions

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How does our country's court system affect the lives of citizens? What are the rights and responsibilities of being a citizen? What are the rights and responsibilities of citizenship in a democ...
Court Quest

Court Quest Game Trailer

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Check out this thirty second Court Quest game trailer video from Filament to see the game in action!...

Court Quest Teaching Strategies

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Allotting Time for Court Quest: Plan on approximately 15-30 minutes of play time, depending on the learner’s reading speed and selection of timed or casual modes. Court Quest as an Individual or G...
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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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Ayiti Essential Questions

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What characterizes civilization and what enables it to flourish? What is the impact of society on the life of the individual, and what is the impact of the individual on society? How ...
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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...
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Branches of Government Civics Game

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Visit the lesson ideas page to find resources for Branches of Government, a free online social studies and civics game....