In this activity students will research federal regulatory laws that protect workers. Students will design a museum style exhibit in Google Slides or another presentation software. Students will identify events that led to the creation of the legislation and other important information associated with the law. After students have had time to create their project, hold a “museum tour”. Have students present their exhibit to the class as if they are a museum tour guide. To help keep other students on task during presentations, have each student create their own concept map on notebook paper displaying the content of other presenters. This can serve as their notes for regulatory laws. This project is perfect for Marketing I or Business Law.
Included in this product:
-Teacher guide with project instructions
-List of 15 federal regulatory laws
-Project Instructions for students
-Simple rubric for grading based on 50 points
Regulatory laws listed: Fair Labor Standards Act, Occupational Safety and Health Act, Social Security Act, Affordable Care Act, Family and Medical Leave Act, Civil Rights Act of 1964, Age Discrimination in Employment Act, Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act, Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), Federal Employees' Compensation Act, Employee Retirement Income Security Act, Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act, Walsh-Healey Public Contracts Act, Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Worker Protection Act, and Wage Garnishment Law
You can easily adjust the project by changing or selecting only specific regulatory laws should you not wish to use all of the laws listed. All content in this file is EDITABLE.
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