Game for students aims to make Congress serious fun | CNN Business
This article describes the game Government in Action, which lets players serve as members of Congress. This would be highly beneficial for an AP Government course. It is not available yet--and may be only available to colleges. FOR LATER EVALUATION.
Legislative Branch Activity: Classroom Simulation on How a Bill Becomes a Law
Enjoy the Legislative Branch through this exciting lesson activity. Students will participate in writing bills for their school or community while learning the various stages within the lawmaking process of Congress of how a bill becomes a law. This has become one of the highlights of my government class, as students love the opportunity to write bills in hopes of influencing their school, community or state.
The Legislative Branch: Create Your Own Bill!
Teach your students about the Legislative branch through inquiry, helpful reference sheets, worksheets, & suggested videos. Students will learn the process of how a bill becomes a law, and a sample bill to assist students with ideas for creating their very own bill.Will their bill pass or get vetoed?Enjoy!Fabulous Fun in Fourth
Federal System of Government | Lecture | Activity |Game | Print & Digital
The Federal System of Government (Federalism) Lecture, Activity & Game (Civics) Students will be able to understand the Federal System of Government in this engaging and creative activity. Students will begin by reviewing the major concepts of Federalism while taking notes on the graphic organizer template. Powers reviewed include: Delegated Powers (Expressed, Implied, Inherent), Reserved Powers, Concurrent Powers and Denied Powers. They will then complete a double-bubble comparing and contrast
Hunger Games Trilogy Presidential Elections Activities
The Hunger Games Trilogy Presidential Election Activity Pack: What if Panem had elections? This packet of activities explores the possibilities and asks students to analyze which characters would be good candidates, how life in Panem would differ, and explore our current government and candidates.
Teaching Resources & Lesson Plans | Teachers Pay Teachers
Students solve riddles on task cards to fill in the Electoral College map. They then look up the data from the most recent election (or watch the election results if it happens to be a Presidential election year) to color the map according to which candidate wins each state.
How to Teach the Election Process to Your Kids | The Joyfilled Mom
How to Teach the Election Process to Your Kids - Learn how to teach the entire process to the Presidential Election, including a free printable election vocabulary sheet and lesson ideas. | www.teachersofgoodthings.com