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How Laws Are Changed, AMERICAN GOVERNMENT LESSON 64 of 105, Critical Thinking

How Laws Are Changed, AMERICAN GOVERNMENT LESSON 64 of 105, Critical Thinking
How Laws Are Changed, AMERICAN GOVERNMENT LESSON 64 of 105, Critical Thinking
How Laws Are Changed, AMERICAN GOVERNMENT LESSON 64 of 105, Critical Thinking
How Laws Are Changed, AMERICAN GOVERNMENT LESSON 64 of 105, Critical Thinking
How Laws Are Changed, AMERICAN GOVERNMENT LESSON 64 of 105, Critical Thinking
How Laws Are Changed, AMERICAN GOVERNMENT LESSON 64 of 105, Critical Thinking
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OBJECTIVE:
To understand the methods by which certain laws in the United States are changed through the years.

TIME:
1 class period

Begin by reading with the class the background information about how changing social conditions can result in laws needing to be changed, and how the process takes place. This includes sections entitled:

• Changes by Court Decision
• Changes by Legislation
• Change by Administrative Action
• Change by Direct Action of the People

Students next answer a series of Thought Questions based on what they have just read. This helps develop critical thinking skills. You can discuss their answers later in the period.

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