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Website review by Marc Lesser, Common Sense Education | Updated August 2020

Argument Wars

Supreme Court sim covers Constitutional history, the art of argument

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Based on 4 reviews
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68%| Warning Expert evaluation by Common Sense
Grades
6–10
Subjects & Skills
English Language Arts, Social Studies, Communication & Collaboration, Character & SEL

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Karen P. , Classroom teacher
Classroom teacher
Detroit Academy of Arts And Sciences
Detroit, United States
Great tool for Civics!
Overall this is not a bad site. I like how it allows students to make choices when it comes to arguments and guides them when they have picked a bad one. It offers a lot of knowledge for the students and would be an asset to the classroom. It can be confusing the first time you play so I would suggest working on it as a whole group first before allowing students off on their own or in small groups. It supports student learning the judicial system and allows them a fun way to learn how this system works ...
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