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Legislative Branch: Social Studies Simulation (How a Bill Becomes a Law)
Make civics exciting and practical for students using this Social Studies simulation emulating the Legislative Branch. Students will participate in writing bills for their school, community, or state while learning the various stages within the lawmaking process. All voices are heard as students b

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How a Bill Becomes a Law: Group Activity
In this activity students will learn how a bill becomes a law in the United States Federal Government. Students work in groups to create, propose, and pass laws. The students will observe first hand the difficulty in creating "good" laws, justifying those laws, and garnering enough votes to pass t
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How a Bill Becomes a Law Activities
This bundle package includes 3 different methods of teaching about how a Bill Becomes a Law. There are graphic organizers, a booklet outlining the steps, and a simulation that has the class try to get a law passed through Congress (their class). If you like this bundle, be sure to check out The Th
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Classroom Government Simulation- Making U.S. Government Relevant for Kids
Great for Back to School!This unit makes U.S. government more fun to teach and easier for students to understand. In this unit, students will learn about the different layers of government (federal, state, and local) and the three branches of government (executive, legislative, and judicial) by com
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Pass a Bill
This is written as three-30 minute lesson unit. It can be combined into a longer session if needed or more shorter sessions. An interactive unit for teaching how a bill becomes a law. So fun for the kids! Ideal for a US history unit.
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Mock Trials for Government and Civics Classes: The Trial of Snow White
In this mock trial, your students will act as court officials, witnesses, and jurors to determine if Snow White murdered Prince Charming. What could have driven her to such a crime? And did she do it? Your government or civics class will have a great time as they determine her guilt or innocence.
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Mock Trials for Government and Civics Classes: The Trial of the Big Bad Wolf
Booker T. Wolf has been accused of murdering the two pig brothers in this mock trial for your government or civics class. Hand out roles to each member of your class, either as a part of the court process, a witness or a juror and let your class decide. Is he innocent or guilty? There are 9 charact
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Mock Trials for Government and Civics Classes: The Trial of Bugs Bunny
Bugs Bunny is a trickster, no doubt, but is he capable of theft and assault? Your government class will have to determine that as they take on the roles of court officials, witnesses, and jurors in this mock trial. There are 8 character parts: 2 female and 6 male. This mock trial is designed to te
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Mock Trials for Government and Civics Classes: The Trial of Kat Kyle
Your government or civics class has been tasked with determining whether Kat Kyle really is an infamous cat burglar in this mock trial. Your students will take on roles as court officers, witnesses or jury members to determine Kat's guilt or innocence. There are 8 character parts: 5 female and 3 m
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Mock Trials for Government and Civics Classes: The Trial of Goldilocks
Goldilocks Smith is known to have a temper around the town of Grim, but in this mock trial, your government students will need to determine if this young woman is capable of vandalizing The Three Bears Bed and Breakfast and injuring Mama Bear. There are 10 character parts: 6 female and 4 male. Th
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Mock Trials for Government and Civics Classes:Bundle
This bundle includes three unique mock trials for your government or civics classes to further their study of the 4th, 5th, and 6th Amendments of the Constitution. I created these cases as a fun way for students to get involved and interested in our judicial system. The cases included are: The Tri
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9-11 Civil Liberties "You Be The Judge" Supreme Court Simulation
Use this lesson to bring the Supreme Court and Constitutional Amendments to life by students role playing the Supreme Court justices and deciding on real-life Supreme Court cases. Students read the case, discuss in groups and write their opinion on the case on how the court should vote. After studen
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Classroom Athenian Demoracy v American Republic Senate Simulation
This is my favorite lesson that I have ever created. It allows students a chance to change classroom rules, teaches them about the types of democracy by actually letting them participate as a democracy, and it is really fun. This simulation is student led, so it is always different. The instructi
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Mock Trials for Government and Civics Classes: The Trial of Lancelot
In this mock trial, your students will act as court officials, witnesses, and jurors to determine if Lancelot murdered Mayor Arthur King and stole the infamous Holy Grail from the Camelot Museum of History. Your government or civics class will have a great time as they determine his guilt or innocen
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Mock Trials for Government and Civics: Another Bundle
This bundle includes three unique mock trials for your government or civics classes to further their study of the 4th, 5th, and 6th Amendments of the Constitution. I created these cases as a fun way for students to get involved and interested in our judicial system. The cases included are:The Trial
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