Try this quizizz to review for the second half of your US Government final exam.
Try this quizizz to review for the first half of your US Government final exam.
Today we begin our in-class review for the final exam. Answer the questions on this review sheet to help you prepare.
Today we wrap up federalism by looking at the Commerce Clause. Respond to the prompts on this sheet. (Questions 2-6 will require you to watch Constitution USA, episode 1, from 43:00 to the end. See me if you don’t have access.)
First, take a formative true/false quiz to review the federalism key terms from yesterday. (See me for that assignment.)
Then, for the next set of key terms, record your own definitions in the center column of this graphic organizer. You do not need to complete the right hand column.
For the definitions of those key terms, read the following:
For the next four days, we’ll be focusing on federalism. As an introduction, read this article about federalism from iCivics (no annotation required).
Once you have finished reading the article, respond to the prompts on this graphic organizer for key terms.
Today we wrap up the judicial branch. Read these pages about the national judiciary (this is from a different edition than the book we have in class, but the text is the same), then respond to the prompts on this paper.
Use this Kahoot to help you prepare for quiz questions about the national judiciary.
Tomorrow there will be a vocabulary-centered quiz about the judicial branch. A list of the words you should know can be found here.
Watch this intro to the Safford Unified School District v. Redding (2009) court case.
Then, read through this description of how Safford advanced through the judicial system (no annotation required) and respond to these prompts.
Today we start a brief unit about the judicial branch.
First, demonstrate that you understand the key terms by completing this graphic organizer.
Then, apply what you know by reading this brief overview article. Highlight or underline key ideas and have ~4 comments on each side (so, ~8 comments in total).