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Celebrate the Constitution with the Great New American Citizenship Challenge: and Related Readings
CELEBRATE THE CONSTITUTION with the Great New American Citizenship Challenge and Related Readings is a rich resource—whether you are observing a special “Constitution and Citizenship Day” with middle school or high school students or enhancing an ongoing civics course for adults. It includes: All 100 current US Civics-Citizenship Questions AND Concise...
CELEBRATE THE CONSTITUTION with the Great New American Citizenship Challenge and Related Readings is a rich resource—whether you are observing a special “Constitution and Citizenship Day” with middle school or high school students or enhancing an ongoing civics course for adults. It includes: All 100 current US Civics-Citizenship Questions AND Concise readings with every questions, readings that tell the historical meaning and the importance of each answer. This is an excellent resource for teachers and, in addition to citizenship questions and readings, has information and activities about the Constitution: President Barack Obama’s Constitution and Citizenship Day Proclamation Introductions to the history of The Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution—and a look at how “Constitution and Citizenship Day” became a federal holiday How Immigrants Become U.S. Citizens Today The Story of the Statue of Liberty “The New Colossus” (poem) Constitution Challenge: A Warm-up How to Contact the President and Congress Online Resources It also includes the full texts of: The Declaration of Independence The Constitution of the United States, and The Bill of Rights (and Amendments 11-27) In 2011, Newsweek magazine asked 1000 Americans questions from the current U.S. citizenship test. According to Newsweek, 38% failed it--"28% couldn’t identify the vice-President...and 6% couldn’t find Independence Day on a calendar.” Celebrate the Constitution introduces highlights of the Constitution and the history of immigration and citizenship, lets you test your civics knowledge with the official U.S. citizenship test, and then explores the history and importance of each question. It’s this basic knowledge of our government, history and symbols that binds all Americans and forms the basis of the common “American Story” that every citizen should know. In other words, “Can YOU pass The Great New American Citizenship Challenge?”
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