Level 3 (Grade 6 - Grade 8)

In Level 3, middle school students study our country's government and economy. They learn how to gather, analyze and utilize information. And they are encouraged to use the power they have as citizens to make an impact.


Lesson 1: The Power of Our Government

Students study American government and compare it with other forms of government.

Reproducible: Would You Pass the U.S. Citizenship Test?

Reproducible: Democracies Old and New

Reproducible: Our Government

Reproducible: The U.S. Constitution: True or False?

Reproducible: Governments Crossword


Song: The Constitution


Song: America the Beautiful



Lesson 2: The Power of Our Country

Students compare the U.S. economy with others; learn about supply and demand; review facts about U.S. foreign policy; and see the humanitarian role their country plays in the world.

Reproducible: World Economies
Reproducible: Our Foreign Policy



Lesson 3: The Power of Information

Students learn how to best be informed and how to inform others.
Students learn they have power because of their rights and freedoms as U.S. citizens.
Reproducible: Make A Difference!