- BW 38) Give an example of an expressed power, a concurrent power, and a reserved power. (p. 98-99)
- Study for the test!
- Unit 2 Test!
- BW 37) What is “apportionment” and what is “gerrymandering?” Explain how the two are related. (p. 106-7)
- Review for test over Unit 2
BW 36) Where would you go if you wanted to claim you are not guilty of a speeding ticket? (p. 109) What level of government is a sheriff? (p. 110)
Finish Ch. 6 Reading Challenge
- BW 35) Read p. 97-8 about gray wolves. How is the way gray wolves came to be protected an example of federalism?
- Finish Supreme Court cases
- Ch. 6 Reading Challenge
Due Friday, the day of the Unit 2 Test
BW 34) What is “judicial review” and what Supreme Court case established it? (p. 72)
Chart over the three cases below:
|Marbury v. Madison(1803)|
|McCulloch v. Maryland (1819)|
|U.S. v. Nixon (1974)|
- BW 33) The Constitution requires that all state governments are republics. Which of the 6 principles does this connect to and why?
- Go over examples of where the 6 principles are exemplified in the Constitution
- Re-take 6 principles quiz!
- BW 32) Look at the diagram on the top of p. 68 about checks and balances. Give an example of how each branch of government can “check and balance” the power of another branch.
- Constitutional Principles grid
- BW 31)Pick the “Guiding Principle of the Constitution” from p. 66-69 that you understand the LEAST and explain what it is after reading about it in the book.
- Debate discussion
- Go over Principles
The system of federalism used in the United States is based upon the division of government powers.
Make a Venn Diagram poster with Expressed Powers, Concurrent Powers, and Reserved Powers.
You must have 7 items under each section. ONE of these, under each section, must have an image that is connected to one of the powers of government
21 powers TOTAL must be listed
3 images, one for each section, TOTAL