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Local Government Review SS.7.C.3.14—Differentiate between local, state, and federal governments' obligations and services
Today you will play a Jeopardy style review game. First Ms. Conder will review the short answer questions on the study guide. Then if you have any questions please ask her before you leave!!!
After Checking your study guides you will work together as a group to answer the questions on the jeopardy game…..Have Fun! Don’t forget to study tonight!!!
Jeopardy Heading1Heading2Heading3Heading4 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500
$100 Question from H1 organization through which political authority is exercised at the national level, government of the United States
$100 Answer from H1 Federal Government
$200 Question from H1 powers shared by the national, state, and/or local government
$200 Answer from H1 Concurrent powers
$300 Question from H1 the powers specifically named and assigned to the federal government or prohibited to be exercised by the states under the U.S. Constitution, also known as enumerated powers
$300 Answer from H1 Delegated powers
$400 Question from H1 Education is an example of which type of power?
$400 Answer from H1 Reserved power
$500 Question from H1 powers not listed in the U.S. Constitution but are necessary for the federal government to function
$500 Answer from H1 Inherent Powers
$100 Question from H2 powers not written in the U.S. Constitution but are necessary and proper in order for the federal government to carry out the expressed powers
$100 Answer from H2 Implied powers
$200 Question from H2 powers that are not granted to the federal government that belong to (are reserved to) the states and the people, see Tenth Amendment
$200 Answer from H2 Reserved powers
$300 Question from H2 Which level of government issues Drivers licences?
$300 Answer from H2 State or Reserved powers
$400 Question from H2 The 10 th amendment of the US constitution states that certain powers are reserved to ________________
$400 Answer from H2 The states For a 100 point bonus give 2 examples of Reserved powers.
$500 Question from H2 In order for the federal government to give citizens services they must collect ___________________
$500 Answer from H2 Taxes—Taxes pay for federal, state, and local services
$100 Question from H3 Which of the following are an example of a federal service? a. police force b. postal service c. trash collection d. fire service
$100 Answer from H3 Postal Service—Which is stated in the Constitution and only Congress can suspend it
$200 Question from H3 City Council is the lawmaking body of A. State gov B. Local gov C. Federal gov
$200 Answer from H3 B-Local Government
$300 Question from H3 the governing body of a municipality or county
$300 Answer from H3 Local Government
$400 Question from H3 State law are called…
$400 Answer from H3 statutes
$500 Question from H3 What is an example of a service that state and local gov share? a. coining money b. creating banks c. creating police force d. declaring war
$500 Answer from H3 C-creating police force
$100 Question from H4 Local governments receive power from _____________
$100 Answer from H4 State Governments
$200 Question from H4 Local laws are called…
$200 Answer from H4 ordinances
$300 Question from H4 Which level of government provides the most Services to citizens?
$300 Answer from H4 local
$400 Question from H4 Providing cable, internet, water, sewer services are examples of which level of government services
$400 Answer from H4 Local Government
$500 Question from H4 To obtain a teaching certificate, you would contact which level of government?
$500 Answer from H4 State government Education is a state responsibility
$100 Question from H5 Your Text Here
$100 Answer from H5 Your Text Here
$200 Question from H5 Your Text Here
$200 Answer from H5 Your Text Here
$300 Question from H5 Your Text Here
$300 Answer from H5 Your Text Here
$400 Question from H5 Your Text Here
$400 Answer from H5 Your Text Here
$500 Question from H5 Your Text Here
$500 Answer from H5 Your Text Here
Final Jeopardy This author wrote, “If one man kills another, it is murder, but if a hundred thousand men kill another hundred thousand, it is considered an act of glory!?”
Final Jeopardy Answer Who is Tolstoy? (The book is Kingdom of God)
How do the different levels of government cooperate? The Constitution divided government authority by: Giving specific powers to the national governments.
Federalism is the division of powers between National and regional (state) governments ◦ Government has a division of power: 3 types of powers EXPRESSED.
Jeopardy SyntaxHeading2Heading3Heading4 Heading5 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Get out your agenda or something to write your notes check requirements on.
Federalism. Federalism- system of government that divides the powers between central/national government and the state Division of Powers- meaning that.
Pick up a guided notes paper from the back cart. Take the paper to Mr. Deutsch’s desk and use the 3 hole punch. Return to your seat and write your name.
Paper Preparation We are paper boxing today. If you’ve forgotten how to paper box, ask someone nearby. If you need paper, come get a sheet from the back.
Jeopardy Heading1Heading2Heading3Heading4 Heading5 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Chapter 4: Federalism What is Federalism? Federalism is a system of dividing power between the central national government, and the regional state governments.
Federalism How the circle and the squares get along.
CHAPTER 3: “THE U.S. CONSTITUTION”. IDEALS OF THE CONSTITUTION A. Consent of the Governed 1. Popular Sovereignty - consent of the 1. Popular Sovereignty.
Chapter Eight State and Local Government State Government ~~~~~ The States.
Federalism The National Government and the 50 States.
The Federal System Ch.4 SSCG 5. The word federal denotes alliances between independent sovereignties. The word federal denotes alliances between independent.
Chapter 4 Dual Federalism and Cooperative Federalism.
Chapter 4: Federalism What is Federalism? Federalism is the way we divide power between the central national government, and the regional state governments.
9.1 Introduction Purpose What- We are going to learn about compromise How- by taking a final law exam on the Constitution Why- so we understand how it.
Our Government Lets Explore Together! Hello! My name is Dudley. My owner is learning about governments in school and I want to help! Would you like to.
Chapter 5 – Citizenship and the Constitution Section Notes Understanding the Constitution The Bill of Rights Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship.
Rights Re-Write! Re-writing the Bill of Rights. Just to review: What is a Constitution? What is the purpose of the United States Constitution?
Federalism. Why Federalism? The Framers were dedicated to the concept of limited government. They were convinced…. 1.That governmental power poses a.
Title your paper “McCulloch v. Maryland”. We are paper boxing. We will be answering five questions about Brewer v Hamilton Middle School and five questions.
Objectives #1 - #2 Students will be able to identify the importance of government in a society. Students will be able to identify the different functions.
CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION Meets in Philadelphia from May to September of President of the Convention- George Washington. Architect of the Constitution-
Federal, Confederal, and Unitary systems of government Standard : Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of federal, confederal, and unitary systems.
The Constitution: Structure and Principles. The U.S. Constitution The Founders created the Constitution with the desire to set up a republic, power.
Chapter 3 Section 1. Only RHODE ISLAND did not take part in the convention because it did not believe in a stronger central government. It began in Philadelphias.
How Does Local Government Work? Chapter 5. Why Do We Have Local Government?
The Congress Congressional Powers. Expressed Powers These are Congressional powers that are specifically stated in the Constitution. Expressed powers.
Chapter 3: The Constitution of the United States of America.
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