- Guest speakers
- Legislative updates
- Lesson plans for poll questions
- Scheduled commission hearings
- Tips for testifying
- Read, comment on, and submit Written testimonies
Students learn about civics by taking part in civic processes.
The Michigan House Civics Commission is an initiative of the Civics Institute, which believes that one of the best ways to teach civics is to engage students in governmental processes like creating, discussing, and defending ideas for new laws.
With that in mind, teachers can download curriculum to use in class that can lay the groundwork for getting involved. To go a step further, students can vote on bill ideas at this web site, and can even create ideas for new laws and testify about them to the commission, at a public hearing.
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