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U.S. History and Civics for Citizenship

Smithsonian Institution’s great site gives you a chance to see if you have what it takes to pass the U.S. Naturalization Test.
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On this Law Day Smithsonian Institution’s great site gives you a chance to see if you have what it takes to pass the U.S. Naturalization Test. As citizens we have a right to vote and we also have the responsibility to understand how important that right is. Watch short videos on fifteen themes such as the Courts, Government Basics, and even Geography. Once you’ve watch the videos, you can test yourself to see if you know what naturalized citizens need to know. The section for teachers is extensive with teacher guides and lesson plans, and links to related sites in the National Museum of American History.
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