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Constitutional Law Issue Date: 04-10-2016

Cool Spots imageHave you ever wondered what it would be like to be a lawyer? iCivics presents Do I Have A Right?, icivics.org/games/do-i-have-right. In this game, your law firm specializes in constitutional law. Your challenge is to pair potential clients with the best representation possible. As you listen to their cases, try to select the important parts of each case to identify and earn bonus Prestige. Lawyers in your firm will be experts in certain aspects of the law, and as you win cases, you will be able to hire more people and upgrade your office.

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Protect Your Work Issue Date: 03-20-2016

Cool Spots imageThe Library of Congress presents Taking the Mystery Out of Copyright, loc.gov/teachers/copyrightmystery. Have you ever noticed the message at the beginning of a movie prohibiting its reproduction or distribution? Authors of books, plays, songs and other original works are protected by law. This was not always the case. Explore the timeline of copyright milestones, dating back to the 15th century, in Files on Record. You’ll be surprised to learn how many types of work are protected. Read the Fine Print for answers to questions such as whether you need to register for copyright protection.

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World War II Issue Date: 11-08-2015

Cool Spots imageThe National WWII Museum in New Orleans, nationalww2museum.org/learn/education/for-students/ww2-history, looks at what life was like for the 100 million soldiers and their families in World War II. Families at home had to conserve food, gasoline and other resources. Take a Closer Look at Rationing – can you imagine doing without those items? Old Yearbooks provide insight into the nation’s views during the war years. Check out Research Starters for ideas for your next project. Make a Propaganda Poster in Kid’s Corner.

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Declaration of Independence Issue Date: 07-05-2015

Cool Spots imageThe Library of Congress presents Creating the Declaration of Independence, loc.gov/exhibits/creating-the-united-states/interactives/declaration-of-independence/index.html, an examination of the document that declared the American Colonies’ separation from England. Congress approved the Declaration on July 4, 1776, and we celebrate it on Independence Day. In Overview, Explore Thomas Jefferson’s first draft. See the pages in Transcribe. Examine ideas such as Pursuit of Happiness and All Men are Created Equal, and learn who inspired Jefferson in Where Did This Idea Come From?

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Visit the Palace Issue Date: 03-01-2015

Cool Spots imageHave you ever wondered what palace life is like? See homes of the British Monarchy in The Royal Residences, royal.gov.uk/TheRoyalResidences/ResChannel.aspx. Step into Buckingham Palace with Virtual Rooms and see The Blue Drawing Room’s chandeliers that date back to 1810. More than 50,000 people visit Buckingham Palace every year. Holyroodhouse in Scotland was Queen Victoria’s home; its History goes back nearly nine centuries. Then watch the First Televised Christmas Broadcast in the Residences and Estates Video Gallery.

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