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Welcome to Congress! How we do what we do, when we do it.
Learn about what it takes to be a member of Congress and what Congress does while they are in session!
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Come join us and learn what it would take to be a member of Congress. What are the requirements? What would you do in Congress? Which of the two houses would you like to be in? How does Congress make the laws that govern our life? Join us as we learn all about how Congress works and why they make the laws they make, when they make them. We will use the Constitution as a basis for the class. There is an outline and worksheets included in the class, along with extension activities.
I love teaching the basics of political science to interested learners. There is so much disinformation out there, that it is important to learn the basics. This class is a fun and interactive way to learn the very basics of Congress. We won't cover everything! There's a lot Congress does, can do, and might do. Be we use the Constitution and learn the basics.
1 file available upon enrollmentA course outline with worksheets, notes, and extension activities will be provided. The students need no additional materials.
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55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
This class will be interactive. It is fine with the child doesn't have good recall, or doesn't read yet. I will read what we need to (unless a child volunteers) and we can always find the answers in the text of the Constitution.
Natasha WunderlichAll things Government (and RPGs)
11 total reviews
15 completed classes
I'm a homeschooling mom of 2 who has taught at K-12 and University level in Government and Political Science. I've homeschooled my kids since we started "school" and we do a lot of learning through games. My goal in teaching is always to teach the...