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2. The Constitution: Fixed or Flexible?, Web-Based Resources
Topic Overview Using the Video Readings Critical Thinking Activity Web-Based Resources


 

 

Web-based Resources Unit 2


http://www.constitutioncenter.org-The National Constitution Center's Web site was established by Congress to help raise understanding of the U.S. Constitution. The site includes resources for classroom instruction and activities and a Kids' Corner.

http://www.house.gov-The U.S. House of Representatives hosts the official government Web site on the Constitution. Teachers and students can utilize several useful research tools, including the text of the six amendments to the Constitution that passed both houses of Congress but failed to gain the necessary three-fourths of the states for ratification.

http://www.usconstitution.net-USConstitution.net provides search engines and useful links to all aspects of the U.S. Constitution and other milestones of American history. The site includes constitutions of other nations, such as China.

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