Teach your students all 100 questions and answers from the U.S. naturalization test. Nine quizzes with corresponding study guides make it easy to break the test into manageable chunks. I hope these quizzes help teachers, students, and candidates for naturalization.
Children who grow up in the U.S should know the civics, geography, and history concepts that we ask our naturalized citizens to learn. By studying the test, your students will gain an overview of what it means to be American. I hope they will also gain respect for immigrants, who must learn all this information without the context that makes it much easier for U.S.-born people to understand.
The unit starts with the easiest lesson for American students, U.S. Geography and symbols. This lets the students score an easy win and knock out 12 of the 100 questions.
- U.S. Geography and Symbols
- Principles of American Democracy
- Legislative branch
- Executive branch
- Judicial branch and local government
- Rights and Responsibilities
- Colonial Period and Independence
- U.S. History: 1800s
- Recent American History & Other Important Information