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1 CivicsCivics Daily Lessons

2 While you were gone Civics - Make-up Assignments Jan. 17 While you were gone Civics - Make-up Assignments Mr. Cook/Mrs. Colvin Room 214 Student-_____________ Date Absent- Jan. 17 Date Due-______ Please attach your make-up work to this sheet when you hand it in! Homework: Ch Notes- Jan. 18Ch Notes- Jan. 18 Chapter 12 Test- Jan. 22Chapter 12 Test- Jan. 22 In Class Work: Ch –Stimulating Activity –Reading Quiz – 12.2 –Go over 12.2 homework –Coop- back of homework –In Class Reading- Chapter 12.3 We will use the audio from the book. –U.S. Customs –Focus on Alexander Hamilton –CPI –Data and the Internet –12.3 Section questions –Homework will be given out when the audio is finished or at the end of the period- Go over the requirements –Homework will be given out when the audio is finished or at the end of the period- Go over the requirements. –On Line Quiz- section 3 on the overhead if time. Examination: Date and Period you will take the exam -______ Signature:____________

3 Day #3 Homework due today-Homework due today- Ch –Stimulating Activity –Reading Quiz – 12.2 –Go over 12.2 homework –Coop- back of homework –In Class Reading- Chapter 12.3 We will use the audio from the book and Live Ink or you may put on head phones and read to your self. –U.S. Customs –Focus on Alexander Hamilton –CPI –Data and the Internet –12.3 Section questions –Homework will be given out when the audio is finished or at the end of the period- Go over the requirements –Homework will be given out when the audio is finished or at the end of the period- Go over the requirements. –On Line Quiz- section 3 on the overhead if time. Ch. 12 Section 2

4 Chapter 12 Section 3 Terms CHAPTER 12 KEY TERMSSECTION 12.3 TERMS Balanced budget [307] Surplus [307] Deficit [307] Audit [307] Office of Management and Budget- OMB [306]

5 Chapter 12 Section 3 Terms CHAPTER 12 KEY TERMSSECTION 12.1 TERMS Balanced budget [307] Budget in which revenue equals expenditures Surplus [307] Deficit [307] Audit [307] Office of Management and Budget- OMB [306]

6 Chapter 12 Section 3 Terms CHAPTER 12 KEY TERMSSECTION 12.3 TERMS Balanced budget [307] Budget in which revenue equals expenditures Surplus [307] Excess of money, such as when a government collects more money than it spends Deficit [307] Audit [307] Office of Management and Budget- OMB [306]

7 Chapter 12 Section 3 Terms CHAPTER 12 KEY TERMSSECTION 12.3 TERMS Balanced budget [307] Budget in which revenue equals expenditures Surplus [307] Excess of money, such as when a government collects more money than it spends Deficit [307] Shortage of money, such as when a government spends more money than it collects Audit [307] Office of Management and Budget- OMB [306]

8 Chapter 12 Section 3 Terms CHAPTER 12 KEY TERMSSECTION 12.3 TERMS Balanced budget [307] Budget in which revenue equals expenditures Surplus [307] Excess of money, such as when a government collects more money than it spends Deficit [307] Shortage of money, such as when a government spends more money than it collects Audit [307] Careful examination by trained accountants of every item of income and every expenditure Office of Management and Budget- OMB [306]

9 Chapter 12 Section 3 Terms CHAPTER 12 KEY TERMSSECTION 12.3 TERMS Balanced budget [307] Budget in which revenue equals expenditures Surplus [307] Excess of money, such as when a government collects more money than it spends Deficit [307] Shortage of money, such as when a government spends more money than it collects Audit [307] Careful examination by trained accountants of every item of income and every expenditure Office of Management and Budget- OMB [306] The chief agency that helps the president prepare the budget; forecasts the amount of tax income the government will receive in the coming year

10 Reading Quiz-A Sect. 2

11 Reading Quiz- A Sect. 2

12 - Unit IV- The Citizen in Government Chapter 12- Paying for Government Homework- Section 2- Types of Taxes pg II. Define the following Terms a. income tax- b. progressive tax- c. profit- d. regressive tax- e. property tax- f. tariff- Types of Income Taxes that People Pay What are the other major taxes people pay What are the other major taxes people pay. Progressive Federal Income Tax Social Security Taxes State and local Income Tax Corporate Income Tax Regressive Taxes Sales and Excise Taxes Property Taxes Estate, Inheritance and Gift Taxes Tariffs

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18 Ch Pages In Class Reading- Chapter 12.3 We will use the audio from the book.

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23 Collecting Public Money 1. Recall 1. Recall: What agencies collect government revenue? 2. Sequence 2. Sequence: What happens to tax money after it is collected? How do governments collect public money?

24 Spending Public Money 1.Recall 1.Recall: What two branches of government are involved in managing public funds? 2.Predict: 2.Predict: What events might cause a government to have a surplus? What steps are involved in spending public money?

25 Accounting for Public Money 1.Identify 1.Identify: Who conducts audits at the federal level? 2.Draw conclusions: 2.Draw conclusions: How do audits ensure that funds are spent according to law? 3. Predict: 3. Predict: What do you think might happen if citizens did not keep an eye on government revenue and spending? How do governments account for your money?

26 - Unit IV- The Citizen in Government Chapter 12- Paying for Government Homework- Section 3- Types of Taxes pg II. Define the following Terms a. balanced budget- b. surplus- c. deficit- d. audit- How does the government collect money? How does the government spend the money? How does the government account for public money?

27 Categorizing: Use your textbook to identify the responsibilities of the two branches of government in creating the federal budget. Executive branch Legislative Branch

28 On Line Quiz- Ch Ch On line Quiz


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