At the end of the lesson, students will
know the process of a bill becoming a law; the leadership positions in Congress.
understand the importance of the work Congress does.
do one of the activities in the differentiated portion of this lesson.
â€¢ Identify the constitutionally mandated leaders in Congress and examine their most important powers.
â€¢ Track the process of how a bill becomes a law.
After viewing Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, students have four choices in the following domains: Memory, analytical, practical, and creative.
I bought this for one my eighth graders to help her better understand the US Government and this was just a bit confusing for her. I should have broken it down to explain "movie" versus "after project".
I have taught high school since 2000. My areas of teaching include:
9th Grade English
10th Grade English
12th Grade English
Understanding the Holocaust
AP European History