ConSource Offers We the People Primary Sources Correlation and U.S. Constitution for Kids

Jan 25, 2016 / E-news

Looking for a quick and easy way to read the primary sources mentioned in the We the People: The Citizen & the Constitution textbook? ConSource has created correlations linking lessons of the We the People text with primary sources available at ConSource.org.

The United States Constitution for Kids features the original text of the Constitution alongside unbiased translations that are easy for students to understand.

The United States Constitution for Kids features the original text of the Constitution alongside unbiased translations that are easy for students to understand.

The correlations for Level 3 (high school) and Level 2 (middle school) of the We the People text are listed by unit and lesson. Clicking on the link takes you to the full text of the primary source on the ConSource website. ConSource has also made the United States Constitution for Kids available for download on the Center’s website. The United States Constitution for Kids allows educators and students to read the original text of the Constitution alongside unbiased translations that are easy for students to understand.

The mission of ConSource is to increase understanding, facilitate research, and encourage discussion of the U.S. Constitution by connecting individuals—including students, teachers, lawyers and judges—with the documentary history of its creation, ratification, and amendment. ConSource provides free public access to a comprehensive online library of source documents related to the U.S. Constitution at ConSource.org.

Downloads:

The United States Constitution for Kids

Correlated Primary Source Documents for We the People Middle School (Level 2) Textbook

Correlated Primary Source Documents for We the People Middle School (Level 3) Textbook

The United States Constitution for Kids
Correlated Primary Source Documents for We the People Middle School (Level 2)
Textbook
Correlated Primary Source Documents for We the People Middle School (Level 3)
Textbook

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