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1 THESOVEREIGNSTATE

2 Features of a State

3 Population a body of people, TerritorySovereigntyGovernment living in a defined space, with the power to make and enforce laws without having to check with any higher authority, and with an organization to do this.

4 Four Roles ofGovernment

5 Four roles of government Protect the country Keep order Help citizens Make laws When each example appears, tell where it should go on the graphic organizer: Army Army

6 Kids under 14 can’t work Army Four roles of government Protect the country Keep order Help citizens Make laws

7 When each example appears, tell where it should go on the graphic organizer: Kids under 14 can’t work Sheriff Army Sheriff Four roles of government Protect the country Keep order Help citizens Make laws

8 When each example appears, tell where it should go on the graphic organizer: Kids under 14 can’t work People have freedom of speech Army Sheriff Four roles of government Protect the country Keep order Help citizens Make laws

9 When each example appears, tell where it should go on the graphic organizer: Kids under 14 can’t work Highway Patrol Army Sheriff People have freedom of speech Highway Patrol Four roles of government Protect the country Keep order Help citizens Make laws

10 When each example appears, tell where it should go on the graphic organizer: Kids under 14 can’t work Veterans’ hospital Army Sheriff People have freedom of speech Highway Patrol Veterans’ hospital Four roles of government Protect the country Keep order Help citizens Make laws

11 When each example appears, tell where it should go on the graphic organizer: Kids under 14 can’t work Navy Army Sheriff People have freedom of speech Highway Patrol Veterans’ hospital Navy Four roles of government Protect the country Keep order Help citizens Make laws

12 When each example appears, tell where it should go on the graphic organizer: Kids under 14 can’t work The voting age is 18 Army Sheriff People have freedom of speech Highway Patrol Veterans’ hospital Navy The voting age is 18 Four roles of government Protect the country Keep order Help citizens Make laws

13 When each example appears, tell where it should go on the graphic organizer: Kids under 14 can’t work Air Force Army Sheriff People have freedom of speech Highway Patrol Veterans’ hospital Navy The voting age is 18 Air Force Four roles of government Protect the country Keep order Help citizens Make laws

14 When each example appears, tell where it should go on the graphic organizer: Kids under 14 can’t work Schools Army Sheriff People have freedom of speech Highway Patrol Veterans’ hospital Navy The voting age is 18 Air Force Schools Four roles of government Protect the country Keep order Help citizens Make laws

15 When each example appears, tell where it should go on the graphic organizer: Kids under 14 can’t work F.B.I. Army Sheriff People have freedom of speech Highway Patrol Veterans’ hospital Navy The voting age is 18 Air Force Schools F.B.I. Four roles of government Protect the country Keep order Help citizens Make laws

16 When each example appears, tell where it should go on the graphic organizer: Kids under 14 can’t work Marines Army Sheriff People have freedom of speech Highway Patrol Veterans’ hospital Navy The voting age is 18 Air Force Schools F.B.I. Marines Four roles of government Protect the country Keep order Help citizens Make laws

17 When each example appears, tell where it should go on the graphic organizer: Kids under 14 can’t work Retirement benefits Army Sheriff People have freedom of speech Highway Patrol Veterans’ hospital Navy The voting age is 18 Air Force Schools F.B.I. Marines Retirement benefits Four roles of government Protect the country Keep order Help citizens Make laws

18 When each example appears, tell where it should go on the graphic organizer: Kids under 14 can’t work Jobs must pay minimum wage Army Sheriff People have freedom of speech Highway Patrol Veterans’ hospital Navy The voting age is 18 Air Force Schools F.B.I. Marines Retirement benefits Jobs must pay minimum wage Four roles of government Protect the country Keep order Help citizens Make laws

19 When each example appears, tell where it should go on the graphic organizer: Kids under 14 can’t work Highway system Army Sheriff People have freedom of speech Highway Patrol Veterans’ hospital Navy The voting age is 18 Air Force Schools F.B.I. Marines Retirement benefits Jobs must pay minimum wage Highway system Four roles of government Protect the country Keep order Help citizens Make laws

20 When each example appears, tell where it should go on the graphic organizer: Kids under 14 can’t work Police Army Sheriff People have freedom of speech Highway Patrol Veterans’ hospital Navy The voting age is 18 Air Force Schools F.B.I. Marines Retirement benefits Jobs must pay minimum wage Highway system Police Four roles of government Protect the country Keep order Help citizens Make laws

21 IsTHATaSTATE?

22 Is THAT a STATE? Is the United States just one big state? Does it have a population?  Does it have a population? YESNO Does it have a territory?  Does it have a territory? Does it have sovereignty?  Does it have sovereignty? Does it have government?  Does it have government? YES YES YES NO NO NO

23 What about “states” like Connecticut or Georgia? Are they states? YESNO YES YES YES NO NO NO Is THAT a STATE? Do they have a population?  Do they have a population? Do they have a territory?  Do they have a territory? Do they have sovereignty?  Do they have sovereignty? Do they have government?  Do they have government?

24 The 50 states can’t make laws that go against the U.S. Constitution… They have a higher authority above them!

25 MiniQuiz

26 THUMBS UP or THUMBS DOWN? A state can’t have less than 30,000 people.

27 Monaco has only 27,000 people! THUMBS UP or THUMBS DOWN?

28 The boundaries of a territory can change. THUMBS UP or THUMBS DOWN?

29 Can you name the three ways that boundaries change? THUMBS UP or THUMBS DOWN? War War Negotiation with other countries Negotiation with other countries Purchasing land from other countries Purchasing land from other countries

30 Sovereignty means that you have to check with someone above you. THUMBS UP or THUMBS DOWN?

31 Just the opposite! Sovereignty means there is NO ONE above you! THUMBS UP or THUMBS DOWN?

32 Government only exists to keep order and provide security. THUMBS UP or THUMBS DOWN?

33 What are the four roles that governments have? THUMBS UP or THUMBS DOWN? Protect the country Protect the country Make laws Make laws Keep order Keep order Help citizens Help citizens

34 The 50 states that make up the USA are not considered independent “states.” THUMBS UP or THUMBS DOWN?

35 That’s right! They don’t have full sovereignty! THUMBS UP or THUMBS DOWN?


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