How Do Teenagers Get a "Voice"?

Do teenagers have any "voice" in politics? Your class can research and discuss current issues. Afterward, individuals can decide how they feel about an issue and make a case either for or against it. They can then attempt to persuade the legislator to agree with them. Note: Adapt this lesson to writing persuasive letters instead of actually meeting the legislator.

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