Sunday, January 18, 2009

The Interactive Constitution

The Interactive Constitution is a website based on on The Words We Live By: Your Annotated Guide to the Constitution by Linda R. Monk.

The Interactive Constitution has three sections: Keyword search (search the constitution for keywords in the text of the constitution for in-depth explanations), Explore by topic (discover how the constitution is linked to more than 300 indexed topics), and Supreme Court Cases (search the text of the constitution by supreme court cases).

I looked at one of the articles in this site, and was impressed that it is broken into a split window. The actual text from the constitution is on the top, and the explanation for what it means is on the bottom.

This is a very in-depth site to help students understand basic fundamentals of our government.

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