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1 Instructions  Click to go to the next slide.  Click to go back one slide.  Click to come back to the instructions slide.  Click to start the tutorial again.  Information slides will switch automatically.  Follow instructions on questions by clicking on the choices provided.

2 The Three Branches of the Government 3 rd Grade Social Studies Interactive Lesson Estimated time of completion by the student is 15:00 minutes

3 Lesson Objectives  Students will learn basic roles and responsibilities of each government branch.  Students will learn how to navigate the lesson by selecting hyperlink buttons.  Students will complete two interactive quizzes.

4 The Executive Branch  Executive branch (president and vice president)  President is also commander in chief  Executive branch enforces laws

5 The Judicial Branch  Judicial branch (supreme and federal courts)  Cases involve federal laws  Supreme Court has nine justices

6 The Legislative Branch  Legislative branch (representatives and senators)  Legislative branch is also called Congress  Each state has two senators  Number of representatives depends on population

7 Summary

8 Quiz 1 Instructions Read the question and click on True or False. Question 1. The Legislative Branch enforces the laws. True False

9 Quiz 1 Continued Instructions Read the question and click on the right answer. Question 2. Which branch is also called Congress? Legislative Executive Judicial None

10 Quiz 2 Instructions Read the description and click on the corresponding picture. Question I’m the U.S. Capitol. This is where the Congress meets.

11 Quiz 2 Continued Instructions Read branch description and select the corresponding picture. Question I’m the building that has federal and supreme courts.

12 Quiz 2 Continued Instructions Read branch description and click on the corresponding picture. Question I’m the building where the President lives. I’m usually known by my color.

13 Sorry, try again. You can do it. Feedback The Legislative Branch is not responsible for enforcing the law. Hint. This branch is made up of two groups.

14 Great Job! Click the Next button. Feedback The Legislative Branch is made up of the House of Representatives and the Senate.

15 Feedback Congress is made up of the House of Representatives and the Senate. They meet in the U.S. Capitol building. Fabulous! Now click the Next button.

16 Right On! Feedback This is the U.S. Capitol building. It is where Congress meets.

17 Perfect! Feedback This is the Executive building. It is also known as the White House.

18 Wow! Feedback This is the Judicial building where we have the federal and supreme courts.

19 Feedback The Judicial Branch includes the supreme and federal courts. Hint. This branch’s building is the U.S. Capitol building. Oh, almost there. Keep trying.

20 Sorry! But don’t give up now. Feedback There is a branch that is also called Congress. Hint. This branch is made up of two groups called the House of Representative and the Senate.

21 It’s okay. Try again. Feedback The Executive branch’s responsibility is to execute the law. It is lead by the President from the White House. Hint. Each State has two senators.

22 Sorry, Try Again! Feedback Look at the picture carefully. You may go back to the beginning by clicking the home button if you want to read the information again.

23 Sorry, Try Again! Feedback Look at the picture carefully. You may go back to the beginning by clicking the home button if you want to read the information again.

24 Sorry, Try Again! Feedback Look at the picture carefully. You may go back to the beginning by clicking the home button if you want to read the information again.

25 You did Fantastic! Thank you for completing this lesson. You have learned some of the basic operations and responsibilities of each of the three government branches. You also navigated through this lesson by clicking on the right buttons. Last but not least, you successfully completed the interactive quizzes. View Credits

26 Credits Yellow Face Images Google images Smiley Face Government Building Images Ben’s Guide to U.S. Government for Kids


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