Congress - The U.S. Legislative Branch
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This lesson teaches students about the structure and powers of Congress. How Congress is set up, the Constitutional requirements to serve in Congress, enumerated powers, implied powers, and non-legislative powers. Includes the "necessary & proper clause" and Senate confirmation of treaties and presidential appointments. DOES NOT teach the law-making process or committees which will be in the next lesson.
• Completed lesson plan with step-by-step instructions
• PowerPoint presentations
• Smart-board activity
• State Exam Practice Test
• Graphic Organizer idea
• Bell ringers
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