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iCivics: Do I Have a Right?

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This on-line game, part of a civics site founded by Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, really tests users' understanding of Constitutional rights. Students defend clients in court and score points for their successes. This can be played on individual computers in the classroom or on a single computer with smart board or projector. Teachers can print a report for grading purposes at the completion of the game. Also included are teaching materials and lesson plans for civics-related topics ranging from budgets to civil rights.

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