Warm Up How are POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY and REPUBLICANISM ALIKE? p.3
Learning Target I can identify how the Texas Constitution reflects the 7 principles of government.
Results of the Voting Elected representatives enter and share the results of their decisions.
Classwork Today We work in groups, they work alone They work in groups, we work alone We all work in groups We all work alone
Grades We get a 100 today, they get a 50 We get a 50 today, they get a 100 We all get a 100 today We all get a 50 today
Home Learning We get home learning tonight, they don’t They get home learning tonight, we don’t We all have home learning tonight No one has home learning tonight
Now it’s time to finish working. 1.Rank the principles 2.Check up 3.Ticket out the Door
Principle Ranking Limited Government Popular Sovereignty Republicanism Rank these principles in order from most important to least important and explain why you have ranked them that way. p.3
1.The citizens of Texas elect people to make government decisions for them. Which principle of our government is this an example of? A.Individual Rights B.Limited Government C.Republicanism D.Checks and Balances 2. A government that believes the people rule is a government that believes in which principle of government? A.Individual Rights B.Popular Sovereignty C.Separation of Power D.Limited Government p.3
Reflect What activity did we use today to illustrate Popular Sovereignty? What activity did we use today to illustrate Republicanism? p.3
Quick Write If you had to choose, would you rather have the principle of Popular Sovereignty or Republicanism? Explain. p.3
Ticket out the Door 1.What is popular sovereignty? 2.What is republicanism? 3.How are popular sovereignty and republicanism similar yet different? p.3
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