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Three Branches of Government

Three Branches of Government

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Author: Jason Serang
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Social Science:

Grades 9-10: Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including vocabulary describing political, social, or economic aspects of history/social science.

Social Science

Chapter 17

3.0 Students will understand how much power the government should have over its citizens

4.0 Students will know the rights and responsibilities a citizen has in a democracy

5.0 Students will know how people get elected

6.0 Students will understand how some governments work and others do not

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Tutorial

Into to American Government Slide Show

Watch this excellent Slide Show about the American Government

3 Rings of Government Video

Watch this video that will further explain the three branches of government

American Government Podcast

Listen to this podcast for additional information

3 Branches Glog

US History and Historical Documents

BIG QUESTION-- PLEASE RESPOND AND TURN IN TO ME IN CLASS FOR FULL CREDIT

How does each branch of government "check" the other branches? Why do you think we have a system of government that creates this system of checks and balances?