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American Government 1 The Colonial Period Drill: Laissez-faire & Capitalism Laissez-faire economy- a hands-off economyAmerican Government 1 The Colonial Period Drill: Laissez-faire & Capitalism Laissez-faire economy- a hands-off economy
Students will be able to explain why colonists expected representative government and describe the level of democracy in the colonies by reading excerpts from chapter
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A. In 1996, there were 185 independent countries B. Each with its own people and government. II. Essential Features of a StateA. In 1996, there were 185 independent countries B. Each with its own people and government. II. Essential Features of a State
Students will identify the essential features of a state by analyzing the theories about the origin of government
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Divine Right – the concept that power of a king come from GodDivine Right – the concept that power of a king come from God
Students will be able to cite factors that left the colonies largely free from British interference from 1607 to 1763 by Interpreting a Political Cartoon
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American Government 3 Types of GovernmentAmerican Government 3 Types of Government
Federal Government: divides the powers of government between the national government and state governments
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Articles of Confederation – first government of the United StatesArticles of Confederation – first government of the United States
Students will be able to describe the Connecticut Compromise and the arguments of the Federalists and Anti-federalists by reading excerpts from chapter
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Chapter 8 ReviewChapter 8 Review
Match each item in Column a with the items in Column B. Write the correct letters in the blanks
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ObjectiveObjective
Students will be able to explain the weaknesses and achievements of the Articles of Confederation by completing today’s assignment
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Name: Date: BartleyName: Date: Bartley
Match each item in Column a with the items in Column B. Write the correct letters in the blanks
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Lesson objectiveLesson objective
Students will compare and contrast unitary and federal governments by researching the available information
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Us government 4 Congressional Committees Drill: Filibuster & Cloture FilibusterUs government 4 Congressional Committees Drill: Filibuster & Cloture Filibuster
Filibuster—is a legislative weapon, which allows unlimited debate to defeat a bill
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Lesson objectiveLesson objective
Implied Powers: power of Congress that are not explicit or written in the Constitution
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American Government 1 Structure and PrinciplesAmerican Government 1 Structure and Principles
Objective: Students will be able to describe the structure of and principles behind the Constitution by reading excerpts from this section
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