Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Chapter 6 US GOVERNMENT.  What are the 3 branches of government and who is the head of each? BELL RINGERMONDAY.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Chapter 6 US GOVERNMENT.  What are the 3 branches of government and who is the head of each? BELL RINGERMONDAY."— Presentation transcript:

1 Chapter 6 US GOVERNMENT

2  What are the 3 branches of government and who is the head of each? BELL RINGERMONDAY

3 1.What side should you walk on in the hall? 2.What format are Mrs. Bloomfield’s Bell Ringers normally? 3.How many restroom/nurse passes do you get each 9 weeks? 4.Write rule #4 in your own words. 5.What materials do you need to bring to class with you each day? 6.If you have a question or need help in class, what should you do? 7.What constitutes a tardy in Mrs. Bloomfield’s class? 8.Write rule #5 in your own words. 9.When is the 4 th payment for the DC trip due? BELL RINGER (ANSWERS ONLY TODAY)

4 I can identify the 3 branches of government and describe their functions.  SS LEARNING TARGET 1

5 Senate 6 year term – unlimited # Represent the entire state House of Representatives 2 year term – unlimited # Represent congressional districts LEGISLATIVE BRANCH

6 Make laws Approve presidential appointments Impeach federal officials Declare war Approves treaties LEGISLATIVE BRANCH FUNCTION

7 Materials 1 piece of green paper ½ piece of brown Scissors Glue Marker directions  Cut out a trunk  Cut out 3 green branches  Label each branch  List 6-7 things you know about each branch 3 BRANCHES OF GOVERNMENT TREE

8

9  What are at least two functions of the legislative branch? BELL RINGERWEDNESDAY

10 I can identify the 3 branches of government and describe their functions.  SS LEARNING TARGET 1

11 Executes (enforces) the law President 4 year terms – 2 max Cabinet Advisors to the President EXECUTIVE BRANCH

12 Enforce the laws Vetoes bills Executive Orders Pardons criminals Commands armed forces Conducts foreign policy Makes treaties Appoints Cabinet and Supreme Court EXECUTIVE BRANCH FUNCTION

13 Make-up Interprets the Law Supreme Court 9 justices total Life Terms Function Declare laws unconstitutional Declare executive orders unconstitutional JUDICIAL BRANCH

14  How can each branch limit the power of the other 2?  Legislative  Executive  Judicial WHEN YOU FINISH…

15  Describe 2 functions of the president. BELL RINGERTHURSDAY

16 I can analyze the system of checks and balances so that one branch does not become too powerful.  SS LEARNING TARGET 2

17  Directions: Use red, green, and blue coloring pencils to complete the graphic organizer. Determine how each branch has the ability to check or limit the power of the others. Use your notes 1 st ! Afterward, please use your textbook on page 184. CHECKS AND BALANCES

18

19  Choose one of the three: How does one of the branches (legislative, executive, or judicial) limit the other two? BELL RINGERFRIDAY

20 I can identify the 3 branches of government and describe their functions.  SS LEARNING TARGET 1

21 I can analyze the system of checks and balances so that one branch does not become too powerful.  SS LEARNING TARGET 2

22  Begin in your assigned group.  Stay in your group. Do not talk to others!  Use your notes.  Add to other group’s answers.  End of class review THINK INK

23 Complete the Branches of Government Chart. Use your notes! BELL RINGERMONDAY

24 I can identify the 3 branches of government and describe their functions.  SS LEARNING TARGET 1

25 I can analyze the system of checks and balances so that one branch does not become too powerful.  SS LEARNING TARGET 2

26 GOVERNMENT ANALOGIES

27  Write 2 things that you heard in the song that you remembered from class.  Who’s got the power? Who’s got the power? BELL RINGERTUESDAY

28 I can explain how the Bill of Rights guaranteed rights for all citizens.  SS LEARNING TARGET 3

29 Freedom of Speech Freedom of the Press Freedom of Religion Separation of Church and State Freedom of Assembly Freedom of Petition 1 ST AMENDMENT

30  Describe 2 of the 1 st Amendment rights you use often. BELL RINGERWEDNESDAY

31 I can explain how the Bill of Rights guaranteed rights for all citizens.  SS LEARNING TARGET 3

32  2 nd Amendment  Right to Bear Arms  3 rd Amendment  Prevents quartering soldiers  4 th Amendment  Prevents unreasonable search and seizure  Police must have a warrant to search home PROTECTION AGAINST GOVT. ABUSE OF POWER

33  Describe 2: 2 nd, 3 rd, and 4 th Amendments. BELL RINGERTHURSDAY

34 I can explain how the Bill of Rights guaranteed rights for all citizens.  SS LEARNING TARGET 3

35  (5 TH -8 TH Due Process – government must treat people fairly) Miranda Warning – must be informed of rights Double Jeopardy – can’t be tried for the same crime twice Eminent Domain – government can take private property, for public use, for a fair price Grand Jury – determine if there is enough evidence to take someone to trial Pleading the 5 th – right not to testify against oneself 5 TH AMENDMENT

36  Describe 2 Amendments guaranteed in the 5 th Amendment. BELL RINGERFRIDAY

37 I can explain how the Bill of Rights guaranteed rights for all citizens.  SS LEARNING TARGET 3

38 6 th Amendment - right to a speedy, public, and fair trial by a jury 7 th Amendment – permits jury trial over money and property 8 th Amendment – prohibits cruel and unusual punishment 6 TH -8 TH AMENDMENTS

39  9 th Amendment – Not all rights are included in the Constitution  10 th Amendment – powers not given to the national government, are given to the states 9 TH -10 TH AMENDMENTS

40  How does the Constitution protect the rights of the accused? BELL RINGERMONDAY

41 I can explain how the Bill of Rights guaranteed rights for all citizens.  SS LEARNING TARGET 3

42 In your assigned group. Create a song about the Bill of Rights.  Be sure to include at least 8 rights in your song.  Write the rights on the whiteboard.  Your group will read or sing your song at the end of the class. BILL OF RIGHTS SONG

43  What are some things that US citizens should or have to do? BELL RINGERTUESDAY

44 I can differentiate between the duties and responsibilities of being a citizen.  SS LEARNING TARGET 4

45 Obeying the laws Paying taxes Register for selective service Jury duty DUTIES OF CITIZENSHIP

46  Vote  Community Service  Work in an election  Military Service RESPONSIBILITIES OF CITIZENS

47 RoleMeetHead Term Length Function/Job Legislative Executive Judicial BELL RINGERWEDNESDAY DIRECTIONS: DRAW AND COMPLETE THE TABLE BELOW.

48 TEST  Level 0  Break Detention  Retake Test   Circle Form  Cover Sheet  Book as barrier  Read Chap 6 Sections 1&2  Pgs


Download ppt "Chapter 6 US GOVERNMENT.  What are the 3 branches of government and who is the head of each? BELL RINGERMONDAY."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google