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2 Pick up a Separation of Powers worksheet from the front table and sit down in one of the groups. If a group already has four people, you will need to pick another group. You will be timed. I will start the timer when the bell rings. Today’s timer will stop when everyone is sitting quietly in a group and everyone in the group has written his or her name on his or her worksheet.

3 Group Gathering--- 1 st period 2:17.6-: nd period 1:38.9-: th period 3:13.6-: th period 7:43.3-: th period 6:27.7-:--.-

4 Pop Quiz! Pick from the multiple choice options. Do not write the questions. Write only the answer on the BACK OF YOUR WORKSHEET. Do not share answers (yet). 1. How would you rate the food in your school cafeteria overall? Horrible Average Delicious I don’t eat there

5 Pop Quiz! Pick from the multiple choice options. Do not write the questions. Only write the answer. Do not share answers (yet). 2. Do you tend to eat food from the cafeteria or the snack line? Cafeteria (the right line) Snack Line (the left line) Both Neither

6 Pop Quiz! Pick from the multiple choice options. Do not write the questions. Only write the answer. Do not share answers (yet). 3. Is the food being served in your cafeteria healthy? Not at all Sometimes Always What does healthy mean?

7 Pop Quiz! Pick from the multiple choice options. Do not write the questions. Only write the answer. Do not share answers (yet). 4. Do you think the food being served in your cafeteria needs to be improved? Yes! Some of it No No opinion

8 Pop Quiz! Pick from the multiple choice options. Do not write the questions. Only write the answer. Do not share answers (yet). 5. Do you have ideas about what you’d like to see served in your cafeteria? Change everything Keep some things No change No opinion

9 二 Lead Chefs Round 1! Six minutes! Write your groups’ members names (first and last) on the round 1 line. Read the instructions and select exactly five categories.

10 三 Menu Writers (Rotate Clockwise) Round 2! Five minutes! Write your groups’ members names (first and last) on the round 2 line. Read the instruction and make a menu!

11 二 Lead Chefs (Rotate Counter- Clockwise) Round 3! Three minutes! Read the instructions and vote!

12 三 Menu Writers (Rotate Clockwise) Round 4! Two minutes! Read the instructions and vote to overrule the lead chefs (or rewrite your menu)!

13 四 Judges (Rotate Clockwise) Round 5! Write your groups’ members names (first and last) on the round 5 line. Read the instructions, discuss it, and vote. Turn in your paper when your group finishes.

14 五 Guided Notes Executive Branch Key Player: The President Job of Executive Branch: There are many!  Sets important issues for Congress to work on  Signs a bill into law or vetoes it  Makes sure that the government carries out law Cares about: All Americans! Legislative Branch Key Players: Congress made up of the House of Representatives and the Senate Job of Legislative Branch: Write and pass bills Cares about: Their constituents or the people who have elected them to office Judicial Branch Key Players: The Supreme Court Job of Judicial Branch: Makes sure people are playing by the rules! Cares about: The Constitution

15 五 Guided Notes  Lead Chefs select healthy categories for a healthy lunch.  Menu writers write the actual menu for a healthy lunch.  Lead Chefs approve or veto the menu. Round 1: President sets the agenda for laws that are important. Round 2: Congress writes the bills that may become law. Round 3: President signs or vetoes the bills into law.

16 五 Guided Notes  Menu Writers had to make changes OR overrule the President.  Judges had to make sure that the final menu met the healthy rule. Round 4: Congress makes changes to bills or overrides the President’s veto. Round 5: Supreme Court ensures that the laws passed follow the Constitution.


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