Added: 10/01/2007 This is an interactive game called Constitutional Trivia, although it is really Jeopardy. Question topics are 1787 Delegates, Parties, Justices, Presidents, Amendments, and Potpourri.
Added: 10/01/2007 The Internet Modern History Sourcebook is one of series of history primary sourcebooks. It is intended to serve the needs of teachers and students in college survey courses in modern European history and American history, as well as in modern Western Civilization and World Cultures.
Added: 09/13/2007 Social Studies help for 11th grade American History and 12th grade Economics and AP Government. There are class notes, numerous Supreme Court case summaries and information on how to write a research paper.
Added: 09/13/2007 ASE History is a rich learning environment that supports the learning of US history. Over 600 videos and photographs are currently available in EASE History.
EASE History has three entry points: Historical Events, Campaign Ads, and Core Values.
Added: 09/13/2007 A resource containing materials from and about the Supreme Court. There is information about the Justices, streaming audio clips of oral arguments before the Court, transcripts of legal briefs and opinions of the Court and a virtual tour.
Added: 09/13/2007 his site is a great resource for both educators and students in regards to teaching and learning about the U.S Government. The site includes a variety of historical documents such as the Bill of Rights and the Constitution. In addition, the site is divided into grade levels in response to documents, to corresponding issues like how laws are made, and to interactive games.