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How Laws Are Made Lesson

How Laws Are Made Lesson

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Citizenship Lesson resource on how laws are made in the UK. The lesson looks at the process through parliament in order for a law to be created and how the general public can have their voices heard in relation to laws.

This is an easy to follow power point lesson (no prior planning, printing or preparation required). The resource is designed to be delivered as one 60 minute lesson but all of our resources are fully editable and designed to allow sections to be added, removed or changed should you need to do so. This lesson requires pupils to have access to the internet.

No previous knowledge in the subject area is needed, the lesson is easily deliverable by someone who is not a subject specialist or an experienced Citizenship teacher.

Lesson includes-
Clear and accurate information
Discussion and feedback tasks
Starter and plenary task
Video clip
Optional Careers Link Slide

In response to current educational research on cognitive load, our lessons contain minimal unnecessary text or imagery in order to enhance memory of key information. This also allows you to adapt resources in order to meet the needs of your own setting.

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