Course question for U.S. Government: Why do people need to have and follow rules?
EQ 1: Why does society need government?
Assignment. Ask Mr. Alexander for the pre-tests: U.S. Constitution and Foundation of Government. Room 221. Phone: 214-3680 ext. 17221. email@example.com
Lesson 1: What is a government and what does it do?
Lesson 2: What are the words we need to know in order to understand the characteristics of a nation state and purpose of government?
Lesson 3: 1-7-15. Newspaper article summary. Something about government.
Lesson 4: The Meaning of Politics and Government
Lesson 5: Word bank --1. The State of Nature 2. Life, Liberty and Property 3. Protect their natural rights 4. voting and abiding by the rules 5. protect our natural rights 6. Social contract 7. John Lock an English philosopher 8. natural rights 9. Why do we have government?
EQ 2: What is the best form of government?
Lesson 6: Google the 5 Principles of Democracy
Lesson 7: Natural Rights Philosophy
.Lesson 8: European Influence.
Lesson 9: Pictorial.
Lesson 10: Why Am. Colonists wanted freedom from Britain.
Lesson 11: The Declaration of Independence.
Lesson 12: Grievances in the Declaration of Independence.
Lesson 13: Forms of Government - Advantages and Disadvantages.
Lesson 14: 1-23-2015
Final for section on "Foundation". Contact Mr. Alexander for test. Phone: 214-3680 ext. 17221. Room 221. firstname.lastname@example.org
Lesson 14A: Work on a prezi concerning the root system of the of the U.S. Constitution. Use the source documents from the "Foundation". If unable to do a prezi prepare a poster. If you have questions contact Mr. Alexander.
Lesson 15: Problems with the Articles of Confederation.
Lesson 16: Road to the U.S. Const. Converntion.
Lesson 17: Facts about the U.S. Const. Convention.
Lesson 18: Why is Democracy so Special?
Lesson 21: Use the source document provided to complete the "Two Plans for a New Government" and the writing "Battle over Representation".
EQ 3: How does our government empower and how does it limit us?
|Writings: Basic principles of the Constution and the Bill of Rights.|
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Lesson 24: Google and fill in the boxes and circles as how to propose and ratify amendments to the U.S. Constitution. Use the source document to locate and enter to the side which amendment contains the rights listed. form A. Answer the questions about Amendment 1.
Lesson 25: Read the source document and answer the questions on page 74. Use complete sentences and correct grammar.
|Who were the supporters and critics of the Constitution?|
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Lesson 26: Review for Unit 2 test.
Lesson 27: Unit 2 test and classwork. Contact Mr. Alexander for the test. email@example.com
Lesson 27 a : Create a Prezi/ poster of the trunk of U.S. government ( Articles of Confederation and the U.S Constitution)
EQ 4: How do we ensure that our government will be responsible to our needs?
Lesson 28: Ask Mr. Alexander for pre-test on Unit 3.
Lesson 37: Use both a and b to complete this assignment.
Lesson 39: Test over Legislative Branch. Contact Mr. Alexander.
Lesson 40 and. Create a visual concerning the "the Legislative Branch of our Constitution/Government". Prezi/Power Point or Poster. Contact Mr. Alexander for details. firstname.lastname@example.org An example follows: Go to TAlexander Share drive
Lesson 44: Use the source document to fill in the blanks in the fact sheet that immediately follows.
Lesson 45: Goggle "Seven roles of the President"
Lesson 49: Video on President, Frontline.
Lesson 50: Make a visual of The Executive Branch: Prezi/Poster
Lesson 51: Break down issues on sample ballot for Nov. 4, 2014 election. 10-27-2014.
Lesson 55: Lesson 50- Test on the Executive Branch. See Mr. Alexander for the test. email@example.com
EQ 5: How do Americans use our government to settle our differences?
Lesson 60: Complete Case studies in lesson 59.
Lesson 64: For lessons 64 and 65 use the forms at the end of lesson 65.
Lesson 66: Complete lesson 66 Using the "reading informational texts" at the end of lesson 65.
Lesson 68: Review for Judicial Branch test. (Use both a. and b. to answer questions)
Lesson 69: 12-2-2014- Arrange with Mr. Alexander for the test on the Judicial Branch. firstname.lastname@example.org
Lesson 68 A: Make a visual of the Judicial Branch: Prezi/poster.
Lesson 70: Prep for U.S. Constitution test. Google the answers:
Lesson 71: 12-4-2014 = Continue completing from above. United States Constitution Test prep. Google the answers from the file above.
Lesson 72: 12-8-2014. United States Constitution Test. See Mr. Alexander to obtain the test. email@example.com
EQ 6: How do State and Local government decisions affect our everyday lives:
Lesson 73: Assignment: See Mr. Alexander for pre-test. Google answers for Missouri Facts.
Lesson 79: Missouri Constitution test and prep. Contact Mr. Alexander for the test. firstname.lastname@example.org
Lesson 80: Frontline Video