Citizenship 2.0 Interactive DVD
CITIZENSHIP explains the structure of our government at all levels in easy-to-understand terms appropriate for children as well as adults. In addition, it provides a sensitive look at our historical struggle for freedom and independence. Any plan for immigration reform with a path to citizenship will require applicants to speak the English language and pass the new U.S. citizenship exam.
The original Citizenship Interactive DVD was given the U.S. International Silver Screen Award in 2003. This newer, longer version has better visual and audio quality, clearer captions and more content. It is in a wide screen format with three professional narrators.
This is an easy and fun way to study the history and government of the United States. It may be played on any DVD player or on a computer. Short quizzes are interspersed into the video at regular intervals. They are multiple-choice and the learner may choose the answer using a remote or mouse. The wrong choice will automatically take the viewer back to the place in the video where the correct answer will be seen. Then the learner is given another chance to make the right choice.
To hear audio clips from the video "Citizenship", click on the language below. Click AIFF for MAC and WAV for Windows.
"The articles of confederation
were agreed upon during the war."
"The constitution created
the office of president."
"In the past, the 13 colonies of
our nation belonged to England."
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