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United Nations International School, Hanoi
How Decisions are Made: The Power of Influence And How Rules Shape Behaviours and Our Responsibility As Citizens
BrainPOP Jr. This link opens in a new window
BrainPOP Jr. engages students in Kindergarten to grade 3 through animated movies, learning games, interactive quizzes, primary source activities, concept mapping, and more.
Britannica School This link opens in a new window
"...a safe, up-to-date and age-appropriate information resource for Elementary, Middle and High School."
Newsela This link opens in a new window
Different Types of Government 2:45
World Leaders at a Glance
Presidents and prime ministers, kings and queens, dictators, generals, philosophers, theologians, and social activists—all have helped to shape the world. The links here from Britannica School highlight some notable world leaders throughout history.
The Different Types of Governments
Rights and Responsibilities 1:53
Newsela Text Set: Government Systems
Read the text sets from Newsela here about how government systems influence the lives of its citizens.
Government: A definition
A government is a system of people and rules for managing a community or country. Governments set the laws and make sure the laws are followed. A government can cover a community of many different sizes, including small towns, large cities, counties, states and nations. The United Nations represents the entire world.
What are Children's Rights? 5:51
What makes a great leader? 3:49