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U.S. Government

Thomas Jefferson once said, “The government you elect is the government you deserve.” This is a very troubling thought. How did we arrive at the government we have now? How was it originally built, and how has it evolved—or devolved? Follow this e-book to all things US government—the Constitution, Federalism, checks and balances, powers of the three branches, civil rights and everything else the government now has a hand in. Then ask yourself (and your students): Do we really deserve this?

Poptential’s Government is divided into weekly unit modules and daily lessons. Every module begins with an overview that provides your students with a clear purpose and relevance in their learning. At the end of every module, activities engage students in reflection and feedback exercises. This fosters a sense of agency and promotes active engagement in the learning process, helping students become more independent and self-directed learners. Pop culture media, along with engaging mini-lessons, accompany every module and support a deeper reading of the content. All of the content is set to school calendars and is compatible with popular classroom apps.

  • Government Yr23 24 Student

    E-Textbook (Student Edition)

    • 14 modules; all modules are set to pace 1 per week
    • Includes:
      • Module Objectives
      • Module Key Concepts and Terms
      • Discussion Questions and Analysis
      • Applying American Principles
      • And much more!
    • See details here
  • Government Yr23 24 Teacher

    E-Textbook (Teacher Edition)

    • 14 modules; all modules are set to pace 1 per week
    • Includes everything in the student edition, plus:
      • Lesson Plan Overviews
      • Learning Objectives
      • Quizzes and Answer Keys
      • Are You Getting It? Interactive Poll Questions
      • Additional Assignments