- African American History
- America at War
- Civics & Government
- Civil Rights
- Founding Documents
- Human Enslavement
- Voting & Suffrage
- Women in History
- NCSS Standards
- C3 Framework
- State and Common Core standards information at engagingcongress.org
- Analyze primary sources
- Participate in our representative government as informed citizens
- Identify varying perspectives/bias
- Increase content knowledge in U.S. History, Government, and Civics
- Develop critical thinking skills through primary source analysis—no background knowledge needed.
- Use components of the game—primary sources, mini-games, content videos—individually or as an entire module.
- Assess students with trivial challenges, knowledge checks, and compelling questions that can be used as essay prompts.
- Request free giveaways on the Engaging Congress website which includes a Teacher Toolbox and alignment to standards.
- Choose any part of the interactive as the entry point: video, mini-game, primary sources, or trivia challenge.
- Watch a short introductory video in each module to help build content knowledge.
- Play mini-games to reinforce and extend content.
- Zoom in on the primary source to get close-up views of the primary sources being analyzed.
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