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Part III: Your Government at Work!The U.S. Constitution Part III: Your Government at Work!
U.S. Congress OGT Vocab! U.S. Congress is a bicameral legislatureHouse of Representatives & the U.S. Senate legislature consisting of 2 houses
House of Reps. 435 members each state represented based on population(min. of 1) Congressmen have a 2 year term
Senate 100 members (2 from each state)each state is represented equally Senators have a 6 year term
Congress at Work Each house works independentlyHouse & Senate divide the work by “Committee” Debates are held & votes are taken on the floor (C-Span) Speaker of the House VP - Pres. Of Senate
The Presidency Executive branch = President Elected to 4 year termLimited to 2 terms Elected by the “Electoral College”
President at Work President has many jobs Enforces Laws (Executive)Head of State Commander-in-Chief Chief Diplomat Suggests Laws Cabinet: advisors
Federal Courts 3 levels of courts Supreme Court 9 Justices- Serve for life Appointed by Pres. approved by Senate Original Jurisdiction & Appeals
Branches of Government Three branches of United States government Legislative, executive, and judicial branches Each branch has its own responsibilities.
Chapter 7 Review Branches of Government. What are the 3 branches of government?
Legislative Branch Vocabulary! 1) Legislative Branch of government that makes laws 2) Bicameral Legislative branch divided into 2 parts with equal power.
The Legislative Branch Article I of the Constitution establishes the powers of and limits on Congress.
Three Branches of Government
CIVICS C 4 E Battle of the Sexes Jeopardy Review.
U.S. Branches of Government Lecture 1. Branches Legislative Congress- 2 from each state House of Representatives- 435 members Executive President & Vice.
Governing Branches Word Bank Legislative Carries out the laws US Citizen for 7 years Explains the laws Supreme Court Congress Voted.
3 BRANCHES OF GOVERNMENT. Take out your vocabulary for this section. DO NOW.
THE THREE BRANCHES OF GOVERNMENT
The Story of the Three Branches. Mr. PMr. VP Come on grass, make new lawns!
United States Government Basics. Legislative Branch Bicameral Legislature Congress Senate House of Representatives.
ARTICLE II THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH. The President Primary Job is to… EXECUTE (Enforce) Laws Lives in the… WHITE HOUSE.
3 Branches of Government
Separation of Powers. Legislative Branch House of Representatives ( 435 members) Serves 2-year term Must be 25 years old and been a citizen for 7 years.
CHAPTER 9 The Constitution. The Constitution establishes balanced national government by dividing authority among three independent branches – executive,
Citizenship Jeopardy! LegislatureExecutiveJudicialBill of RightsMiscellaneous
Three Branches SOL CE 6a.
Three Branches of Government By Jeslyn and Keeley.
Our Government – A look at our Federal and New York State Governments Presented to: 8th. Grade Social Scientists Presented by: Mr. Cook and Mrs. Camuto.
Legislative Branch Congress Senate House of Representatives.
* The head of the Judicial Branch is,___________ * Define jurisdiction:
THE THREE BRANCHES OF GOVERNMENT United states government The Constitution created a government of three equal branches, or parts. The Constitution is.
Article II- The Executive Branch. A. The President is not directly elected by the citizens, but by the Electoral College B. The Founders wanted the President.
Jeopardy : US Constitution (Game 2!)
United States Government Basics
The political system of the USA United States Government. The Constitution The Constitution divides the government on three equal branches, or parts.
1) Congress 2) The Department of Justice does not have a Secretary as the head of the department. 3) Speaker of the House 4) Two or Bicameral Legislature.
Three Branches of Government. What are the Three Branches? Executive Branch Legislative Branch Judicial Branch.
The Legislative Branch
The Executive Branch (President) Controls the military, appoints and nominates judges and diplomats, heads the government. Can veto bills, but Congress.
Legislative Branch House of Representatives House of Representatives (435 members) (435 members) (makes the laws) (makes the laws) 1. Representatives.
BRANCHESOFGOVERNMENT Inquiring minds should want to know… What are the three branches of government? Why do we need three branches? Who are the.
Executive Branch. Main job is to enforce the laws Leader of the Executive Branch is the President Executive Branch consists of many departments.
How the Federal Government Works
The legislative branch is the first branch of the U.S. Constitution. It is named Congress, and it makes the laws of America. It is a bicameral legislature,
Jeopardy Electoral College Executive Branch Legislative Branch Judicial Branch Const. Convention $100 $200 $300 $400 $500.
Branches of the U.S. Government Judicial. The Supreme Court Highest court in the United States – There will always be a majority vote Chief Justice is.
1 FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. 2 THE THREE BRANCHES OF GOVERNMENT * Legislative * Executive * Judicial.
Article One: The Legislative Branch. The Powers of the Congress Writes the Laws Confirms presidential appointments Approves treaties Grants money Declares.
Legislative, Executive, and Judicial Branches
The US Federal System A Short View. The national legislative branch is our Congress, which is divided into two “houses”: the Senate and the House of Representatives.legislative.
Checks and Balances. The American constitutional system includes a notion known as the Separation of Powers. The American constitutional system includes.
The Three Branches of Government Pages Three Branches Federal Government Legislative Judicial Executive.
2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Vocabulary Executive Branch Judicial.
Three Branches of Gov’t and Checks & Balances. Legislative Branch... Makes Laws Congress is composed of two parts: the Senate and the House of Representatives.SenateHouse.
#1-Card What are the three branches of government?
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