How A Bill Becomes A Law (poster)

This 8.5″ x 11″ poster maps the many steps in the U.S. Federal lawmaking process from the introduction of a bill by any Member of Congress through passage by the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate and approved by the President of the United States.

Grades 4, 5, 6-12
Legislative Branch/Congress
Timelines

Weed Out Propaganda

A bold digital poster outlines a simple acronym — S.E.E.D. — to help students learn to spot propaganda by recognizing four of its key techniques. Students analyze historical propaganda and understand that it is a marketing tool used to promote a variety of causes.

Town Hall Wall: A Helping Hand?

This Town Hall Wall asks: Should the federal government expand its control over the economy to restore economic health?

Town Hall Wall is a lesson plan format from the National Constitution Center that invites and encourages students to deliberate on constitutional issues. Each Town Hall poster provides background on two sides of an issue and asks students to state their opinions.

Town Hall Wall: Deficit Dilemma

This Town Hall Wall asks: Will additional government spending hurt or help the economy?

Town Hall Wall is a lesson plan format from the National Constitution Center that invites and encourages students to deliberate on constitutional issues. Each Town Hall poster provides background on two sides of an issue and asks students to state their opinions.