High School


Sample High School Hearing Video


divide bThe Simulated Congressional Hearing provides students an opportunity to demonstrate their
knowledge and understanding of constitutional principles and ideas while providing teachers an excellent
means of assessing student learning. The entire class, working in cooperative teams, prepares and presents
four minute statements before a panel of community representatives acting as a congressional committee.
Students then answer follow-up questions posed by the committee members.

 


Judges' Orientation Video



Timer Video

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Rules for High School Competition

Sample Score Sheet 
To download Sample Score Sheet  click here 

Class Summary Score Sheet
To download Class Summary Score Sheet  click here 

Scoring Guide
To download Scoring Guide  click here 

Scoring Criteria
To download Scoring Criteria  click here 

Group Score Sheet Explanation

To download Group Score Sheet Explanation  click here 

Hearings Questions—Congressional District
To download Hearing Questions   click here


Hearings Questions—State 2019-2020
To download State Hearing Questions   click here

Class Roster—Congressional District 

To download Class Roster—District  click here

Class Roster—State
To download Class Roster—State  click here 

Class Roster—National 
To download Class Roster—National  click here
Class Roster—National Invitational
To download Class Roster—National Invitational  click here

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