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1. Using what you have learnt about the House of Lords make a list of the:
2. Now discuss the people that fit the description you decide on and agree who you would nominate for the House of Lords.
3. Next, decide how you can make a compelling case: will you make a short film, produce a podcast, write an essay, create a collage or submit a newspaper or magazine article? Decide which format will suit the subject (the person you’re nominating) and your argument.
4. Now you have decided how you want to do it it’s time to decide which jobs need to take place: research, filming, design etc and split them up among the group.