You can't make podcasts about props if you don't know what they are, during this project we spent a lot of time researching every prop so we could narrow it down to which ones we wanted to make a podcast about. We started by, as a whole class, researching about Proposition 64 (legalizing use of recreational marijuana) we read the voters guide, articles and prepared questions and comments for a Socratic Seminar. After learning what props are, and how to research one we then got into pairs. Each pair was assigned a different prop, my prop was 53 (statewide vote on projects over $2 billion), my partner and I created a presentation explaining what the prop was, what it would do, who supports it and who opposes it. We then all presented to each other as a class. From there we voted on what props we thought would be most beneficial for people to be educated about. We as a team decided on Props 62/66 (repealing and speeding up the death penalty), 64 (legalizing use of recreational marijuana), 63 (requiring permits for ammunition), and 57 (parole for non-violent criminals).