Middle School, Level 2

The We the People: The Citizen & the Constitution textbook has been newly revised for 2017. Now in its third edition, We the People teaches middle school students about civics, government, and active citizenship. The textbook, composed of 6 units and 30 lessons uses critical-thinking exercises, cooperative-learning and a simulated congressional hearing culminating activity to teach the history and principles of constitutional democracy. We the People is aligned with the Common Core State Standards for Reading and Writing and the National Standards for Civics and Government© 2017 


We the People, Level 2

Softcover

Classroom set: $599.00 each (ISBN: 0-89818-220-S)
Student book:  $25.00 each, 10 or more: $24.00 each (ISBN: 0-89818-220-4)
Teacher's edition: $34.00 each (ISBN: 0-89818-221-2)

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Actively Learn Ebook (Level 2)

Enhanced EbookThe middle school edition of We the People is available from 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. Subscribers to We the People on Actively Learn can access their subscription online without installing an app. An internet connection is required for access. © 2017.

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Other Ebook Editions

Ebooks versions of the third print edition (© 2017) of We the People are available for use on iPads, iPhones, Android devices, Macs and PCs are available from the sources below. These mobile editions do not include the interactive features of the Actively Learn ebook. Individual ebook copies for use on iPads, iPhones, Android devices, Macs and PCs are available from these sources: 

Common Core State Standards

We the People is aligned with the Common Core State Standards for Reading and Writing in grades 6-8. The textbook and ebook correlations were performed by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. Download the correlations in printable pdf format by clicking on the button below.

We the People  textbook and ebook editions (© 2007)
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National Standards for Civics and Government

We the People is aligned with the National Standards for Civics and Government for grades 5-8. The textbook and ebook correlations were performed by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. Download the correlations in printable pdf format by clicking on the button below.

We the People textbook and ebook editions (© 2007)
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Free Resources

Strategies for Struggling Readers: A Teacher Resource Guide for We the People: The Citizen & the Constitution, Level 2 
This guide provides teachers using the We the People program with strategies to help struggling readers. It examines the challenges of struggling readers, explains the reading process, and includes teacher-tested, practical strategies that educators can use to help their students understand the ideas in the We the People program. Includes a variety of ready-to-use printable handouts in a free, downloadable PDF format.

Primary Source Correlation by Lesson (Courtesy of ConSource) 


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