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Worried you'll miss our Flash resources? Below is a list of the resources that will go away with Flash, as well as some suggestions for other iCivics resources that can be substituted.
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GameLearning ObjectivesSuggested Substitutions
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- Simulate the individual’s and organizer’s roles taking action to resolve issues at the local, state, and federal levels

- Demonstrate virtually ways that individuals and groups can influence government and society

- Infer the value and effect of various civic engagement activities
County Solutions Civic Action Plan (Curriculum Unit)
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- Determine the appropriate course of action in diplomacy

- Evaluate domestic and international interdependence

- Explain how countries cooperate to achieve mutual goals

-Manage national resources during times of international crisis
International Affairs (Curriculum Unit)
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- Analyze how federal tax and spending policies affect the national budget and the national debt

- Explain how federal, state, and local taxes support the economy as a function of the government

- Describe various types of projects and services provided through local, state, and national taxes
Government & the Market (Curriculum Unit)
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- Distinguish between arguments that states or the federal government should have more power

- For specific government powers, identify arguments about where each power should lie (with the states or the federal government)

- Dismiss irrelevant arguments
-The Federal in Federalism (Lesson Plan)
-State Power: Got a Reservation (Lesson Plan)
-State-Federal Tug-of-War (Lesson Plan)
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- Understand that a legislator's job is to represent constituents

- Simulate the relationship between a legislator and a diverse constituency

- Evaluate hypothetical legislation for impact on various socioeconomic groups
LawCraft (Game)
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- Describe ways an individual can contribute to a school or community

- Identify ways that responsible community members exercise their rights, responsibilities, and roles

- Distinguish civic virtue, common courtesy, respect for person/property, civic and personal responsibility, and honesty as important characteristics for citizens to effectively participate in public life

- Evaluate how civic and social duties address community needs and serve the public good
-Citizen Me (Lesson Plan)
-Citizenship: Just the Facts (Lesson Plan)
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- Analyze the First Amendment right to freedom of speech and expression

- Identify protected and unprotected speech

- Simulate the deliberation process of Supreme Court justices
The Supreme in Supreme Decision (Lesson Plan)
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- Simulate jury service as a responsibility of citizenship

- Demonstrate the role of the jury by evaluating the evidence in a case

- Determine how evidence supports or refutes a claim
-James Bond in a Honda (Lesson Plan)
-Trial & Appeal (Infographic)
-Trial Court "Go Fish" (Lesson Plan)
-Trial Court Simulation (Lesson Plan)
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