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EL Civics Government and History Vocabulary Weeks 1-4 Copyright © 2012 Donna BarrAll rights reserved by author. ESLAmerica.US “The English language website where everything has sound!” A textbox is provided for you to practice the vocabulary. Click the sound icon to repeat the audio. Click each slide to advance to the next.
EL Civics Government and History Vocabulary Week 1
Pledge of Allegiance
Declaration of Independence
EL Civics Government and History Vocabulary Week 2
Civil Rights Movement
Martin Luther King, Jr.
We the People
Susan B. Anthony
EL Civics Government and History Vocabulary Week 3
House of Representatives
sign bill into law
EL Civics Government and History Vocabulary Week 4
U.S. Virgin Islands
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Overview Every year, nearly one million individuals become U.S. citizens. They must pass a test in American history and civics as part of the process.
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