The lesson is on the U.S. Constitution, 3 Branches of Government, and the Bill of Rights. The informational text explains why the founders wrote the Constitution, what it is and how it is structured. It acquaints students with the duties of the branches of government and the purpose of the Bill of Rights. As far as questions, first there are 12 multiple choice reading comprehension ones. These deal with drawing conclusions, relating causes to effects, making inferences and locating details. The vocabulary words tested are constitution, branches, vote, Capitol Building, Supreme Court, amendments, and the press. In addition to the multiple choice questions there are four more made up of sets of sentences. With these students find the sentence that is the main idea and put an M next to it. Then they find the sentences that are supporting details and put a D on each line next to those. With the lesson you get 3 pictures. One is the Preamble to the Constitution, another is a chart of the 3 branches of government, and then a photo of the Capitol building. The lesson will provide you with a good resource for teaching Social Studies, particularly U.S. History and Government. It is also an effective lesson for Teaching Reading Skills in the Content Area of Social Studies. It is on a word document that you can easily edit if you desire. It will be easy for you to print off the number of copies that you need. There is also an answer key.