Thursday, August 20, 2015

iCivics.orgFounded and led by Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, iCivics provides students with the tools they need for active participation and democratic action, and teachers with the materials and support to achieve this. Our free resources include print-and-go lesson plans, award-winning games, and digital interactives.  although this game is gesred towards K-12 civics students, these games are great practice for higher-level ESL Citizenship students.  Enjoy!

Other games from iCivics

  • ACTIVATE: Do you have a great idea about how to make positive change in your community?
  • ARGUMENT WARS: Ever tried to win a disagreement? In Argument Wars, you will try out your persuasive abilities.
  • BILL OF RIGHTS EDITION: In Do I Have A Right?: Bill of Rights, you run your own firm of lawyers specializing in the Bill of rights.
  • BRANCHES OF POWER: Do you like running things? Branches of Power allows you to do something that no one else can.
  • CAST YOUR VOTE What issues do you want to ask candidates about?
  • COUNTIES WORK Do you want to make your community a better place to live?
  • COURT QUEST: In Court Quest, people from around the country need your help to navigate our court system.
  • CRISIS OF NATIONS: In Crisis of Nations, take the helm of your own country and work together with others.
  • DO I HAVE A RIGHT?: In Do I Have A Right?, you’ll run your own firm of lawyers who specialize in constitutional law.
  • EXECUTIVE COMMAND: Ever wanted to be President for a day? In Executive Command, you can be President for four years!
  • IMMIGRATION NATION: Do you know how people become citizens of the United States?
  • LAWCRAFT: Want to make some laws? You can in LawCraft, where you play a member of Congress.
  • PEOPLE'S PIE: Do you like to control your own money? In People’s Pie, you control the budget of the federal government
  • POWER PLAY: In Power Play, you’ll coach a team of players competing to win power for state or federal funds.
  • REPRESENT ME!: In Represent Me!, you work as a legislator trying to meet the needs of your constituents.
  • RESPONSIBILITY LAUNCHER: Have you ever wanted to knock some civic sense into someone?
  • SUPREME DECISION: Ever wondered how the Supreme Court really works? In Supreme Decision, you help cast the deciding vote.
  • WE THE JURY: Have fun deciding a tough case while learning about what jurors discuss in the deliberation room.

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