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Accelerate and engage your government students’ with this How a Bill Becomes a Law Lesson! This product contains PowerPoint with video links, handout to take notes, matching game, and legislative hurdles assignment. This is a full 55-minute lesson on how a bill becomes a law. This lesson is sure to engage them in the content and make them critically analyze the Legislative Branch.
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Enhance your teaching with this comprehensive FREE United States Homefront during WWII Station Lesson! Get your students out of their seats, critically analyzing primary sources, and learning in an interactive way. Get this lesson today!
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