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How Bills Become Laws

How Bills Become Laws
How Bills Become Laws
How Bills Become Laws
How Bills Become Laws
How Bills Become Laws
How Bills Become Laws
How Bills Become Laws
How Bills Become Laws
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Full Detail Lesson Plan includes learning packet for students on How Bills Become Laws.
Objective/Aim: What are the advantages and disadvantages of how bills currently become laws?
Do Now: Students will watch SchoolHouse Rock video "I'm just a Bill."
Handouts include diagrams of 3 branches of government and how a bill travels through the house of representatives, the Senate, and finally to the President.
Part I: Students are prompted to place steps of how bill becomes a law in sequential order.
Part II: Students are asked to complete critical thinking questions.
Part III (Closure): Students are asked to complete a T chart categorizing advantages and disadvantages of the current system. Then students are asked to explain whether they believe the current system should be reformed.
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