The legislative branch is divided into the House of Representatives and the Senate. While these chambers are both tasked with making laws, they differ in terms of their size, structure, rules and procedures. This lesson has students first examine the Constitutional foundations of these differences and then explore the ways that these two institutions are currently different. This lesson can be used in a traditional classroom or in a classroom with one-to-one devices. Teachers can access this free resource by signing up or logging into C-SPAN Classroom.
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- Lesson Plan: Differences Between the House and the Senate