Our safety and protection on highways and roads, in airports, and in our health care system are all part of the government's responsibility to us.Then each group designs a chart, backboard, Power Point presentation, a series of colorful overheads, or other format to teach another class about their subject.Arrange for students to make presentations to two classes. The two bottom corners are the judicial branch and the legislative branch also called Congress. Should the judicial branch decide the law does not agree, it is ruled "unconstitutional." If the Congress still believes the idea should be a law, they must pass a constitutional amendment. They are responsible for deciding if the law agrees with our constitution.Read The Legislative Branch and The House of Representatives and complete the tasks as individuals or partners using the suggested web sites. Print off Questions for the Senate--Voice of the States. However, each student writes a report in his/her own words on one of the five famous senators listed. Students keep corrected pages for review and read their senator report to a partner.Print off the The Legislative Branch worksheet and have students fill in the blanks. Students spend time in the computer lab reviewing the sites suggested on United States Capitol.They make sure our food, air, water, and businesses are safe.They run the military, collect taxes, and help the elderly and disabled.Students make corrections so that they will have accurate information for the upcoming project.Introduce the "Teach Another Class Project" and decide on scoring guide.