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We the People Enhanced Ebook, High School, Level 3 (Actively Learn Edition)


Actively Learn Works Across All Devices
We the People: The Citizen & the Constitution is now available on Actively Learn, an interactive literacy platform that helps teachers activate, support, and reveal student thinking so that every student can read for depth. We the People on Actively Learn features multiple-choice and short essay exercises, embedded videos, audio narration, a dictionary, built-in translation to multiple languages (including Spanish!), support for dyslexic learners, and more.  © 2017. Register for a free lesson today! (Click “Get Your Free Lesson,” then click “Sign Up, It’s Free!”)

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Features

Classroom-proven content (six units and 39 lessons)
Robust classroom-management tools
Data on student performance

Scholar videos
Historical photos

Perfect for flipped instruction
Works on smartphones, tablets, Chromebooks, Macs, and PCs
Many more!

Student Tools

Audio narration
Spanish translation (supports 30 languages)
Change font, background color
Search textLesson 29
Options for dyslexic learners

Complimentary lesson (click “Get Your Free Lesson,” then click “Sign Up, It’s Free!”)

No Apps to Install, Works on Chromebooks and Mobile Devices

Subscribers to the We the People on Actively Learn can access their subscription online without installing an app. An internet connection is required for access.


Simple Pricing, Easy Purchasing

Purchase directly through Actively Learn.

Entire text, one year: $9.95 per user
Entire text, three months: $4.95 per user
Individual lessons, one year: $.99 per user

Actively Learn offers both free and premium plans. Teachers and schools can  upgrade their plan to unlock premium features focused on differentiation and collaborating with colleagues. See the Actively Learn pricing page for details.

Contact Actively Learn for questions about the platform.

For technical support for Actively Learn, visit their support page or email Actively Learn.

Center for Civic Education contact: Mark Gage

We the People content questions: Robert Leming