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Student Teacher Assessment Sheet,Date Grade Activity. Worksheet 1,Congress Senate and House of 4,Representatives. Worksheet 2,Powers of Congress,Worksheet 3,The Legislative Branch. Worksheet 4,Influencing Members of Congress,Worksheet 5. How a Bill Becomes a Law,Worksheet 6,The Executive Branch.
Worksheet 7,Executive Agencies,Worksheet 8,Judicial Branch. Worksheet 9,Supreme Court Cases,Selected Response Questions 21 22. Works Cited, Remy Richard C United State Government Democracy in Action 2006 Columbus. Ohio Glencoe McGraw Hill 2006,River Hill High School March 2007. Second Quarter Review,Federalism,I Constitutional Principles.
The division of powers among the,1 Executive,Separation of Powers 2 Legislative. 3 Judicial,branches of government, Powers that each branch of the government have to prevent the other. Checks and Balances,branches from becoming too powerful. A system of government in which the power is divided between the. Federalism 1 national and,2 state governments, Powers that are given to Congress that are directly stated in the. Implied powers Constitution i e power to raise taxes power to draft people. into the armed forces, Powers that the national government has simply because it is the.
Inherent powers government i e control immigration and have diplomatic. relations with other countries,Powers the belong to BOTH the. 1 national and,Concurrent powers,2 state governments. For example levy taxes establish courts,River Hill High School March 2007. II Legislative Branch Makes the Laws, Remy Richard C United State Government Democracy in Action 2006 Columbus Ohio. Glencoe McGraw Hill 2006 page 208,River Hill High School March 2007.
Remy Richard C United State Government Democracy in Action 2006 Columbus Ohio. Glencoe McGraw Hill 2006 page159,River Hill High School March 2007. Unit II Worksheet 1 Congress Senate and House of Representatives. For each of the following write S for SENATE or H for HOUSE of. REPRESENTATIVES,1 The presiding officer is the Speaker. 2 In order to be eligible for the office one has to be 30 years old a US citizen for nine. years and a legal resident of the state where elected. 3 The term of office is six years,4 There are 435 members in this house of Congress. 5 The presiding officer is the Vice President,Unit II Worksheet 2 Powers of Congress. For each of the categories list either expressed or implied powers of Congress. Money Commerce Military or Foreign Other,River Hill High School March 2007.
II Congressional Committees and Impeachment Process. One house legislature example the Government under the. Unicameral,Articles of Confederation,Two House Legislature. Example the US Congress The 2 houses are the,Bicameral 1 House of Representatives and. 2 the Senate, Another example would be the Maryland General Assembly. The Senate member elected by Senators who stands in as President. President Pro tempore of the Senate in the absence of the Vice President. Congressional Committee Committees that are set up to hold hearings on proposed bills. A congressional committee set up to deal with a specific issue i e. Ad Hoc Committee to investigate Senate Select Watergate Committee or the. Iran Contra scandal, A temporary joint committee set up when the House and Senate. Conference Committee have passed different versions of the same bill. Known as the traffic officer in the House it helps direct the flow. Rules Committee of legislation, A permanent committee such as Judiciary Foreign Relations in.
Standing Committee Congress that oversees the bills that deal with certain kinds of. The Constitution includes a procedure for charging some federal. officials with crimes and removing them from office. Impeachment ONLY means CHARGING a person with a crime. it DOES not mean they have been proven guilty, The impeachment process begins in the House of Representatives. The House of Representatives acts like a grand jury and. impeaches or indicts charges a person with a crime. If the official is impeached by the House of Representatives the. trial takes place in the Senate, The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court serves as the Judge in the. Impeachment Process case, The Senate serves as a jury and listens to the evidence. By a 2 3 vote the Senate can vote to remove a person from. Presidents and judges have gone through this process More judges have. been impeached than presidents, Although Presidents Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton were impeached. they were not found guilty and so remained in the office of the. presidency, Richard Nixon knew that there was enough evidence to be found guilty by.
the Senate so he resigned from office PRIOR to the House of. Representatives impeaching him,River Hill High School March 2007. Unit II Worksheet 3 The Legislative Branch the laws. A Match the definition in the right hand column with the name of the committee. in the left hand column,Congressional Committees, A A permanent committee in Congress that oversees the. 1 Ad Hoc Committee,bills that, 2 Conference B Committees that are set up to review bills and hold. Committee hearings,C A Congressional Committee set up to deal with a. 3 Rules Committee,specific issue, D A temporary joint committee set up when the House.
4 Standing Committee, and Senate have different versions of the same bill. 5 Congressional E Known as the traffic officer in the House it helps. Committees direct the flow of traffic,B Impeachment Process. Using the following terms fill in the blanks to complete the paragraph on the. impeachment process,House of Indicts 2 3 Vote,Representatives Senate Chief Justice. The Constitution includes a procedure for removing a president or federal judges from. office The process begins in the where by a majority vote Congressman. can vote to impeach or If impeached then the trial moves to. the where the serves as By a vote of,the person can be removed from office. River Hill High School March 2007,Influencing Congressional Members.
Representatives of interest groups who meet with lawmakers. to encourage them to support or oppose legislation. Lobbyist An example would be an environmental group hiring a. lobbyist to try and convince legislators to decrease air. A group of people with common goals who organize to. influence government,Some examples of interest groups include. o The US Chamber of Commerce,Interest Group,o The AFL CIO workers in labor unions rights. o Greenpeace and the Sierra Club environmental,o AARP senior citizens. Organization formed to collect money and provide financial. support for political candidates, PACs are formed by interest groups as PACs are allowed to. PACs Political Action,collect more money for candidates that.
Committees,corporations associations, For example an environmental PAC can raise large amounts. of money to support environmental issues, Unit II Worksheet 4 Influencing Members of Congress. A Organization set up to collect money and provide financial. 1 Interest Groups,support for political candidates. B A group of people with common goals who organize to. influence government, C Representatives of interest groups who meet with. 3 Lobbyist lawmakers to encourage them to support or oppose. legislation,River Hill High School March 2007, Remy Richard C United State Government Democracy in Action 2006 Columbus Ohio.
Glencoe McGraw Hill 2006 page 185,River Hill High School March 2007. Unit II Worksheet 5 Steps in How a Bill Becomes a Law. House of Representatives U S Senate,Starts Starts,Committee Committee. Conference Committee,Approved Bill Sent to the President. President s Options,River Hill High School March 2007. III Executive Branch Enforces the Laws,the Senate, Remy Richard C United State Government Democracy in Action 2006 Columbus Ohio.
Glencoe McGraw Hill 2006 page 242,River Hill High School March 2007. Executive Branch, The right of the president and other high ranking officers to. Executive privilege,refuse to testify before Congress or a Court. The heads of the executive departments of the national. government The group serves as advisors to the president. Examples include The Department of Education Department. of the Treasury Department of Homeland Security,General veto The president refuses to sign a bill. The power to veto or reject only certain lines or items in bill. At this time it is unconstitutional, It is used to cancel specific provisions of a bill usually.
Line item veto,budget appropriations without vetoing the entire. legislative package The line item vetoes are usually. subject to the possibility of legislative override as are. traditional vetoes www wikepedia com, When the president kills a bill passed during the last 10 days. Pocket veto, that Congress is in session by refusing to act on it. In the event that a president resigns or dies in office the line of. succession to replace him starting with the Vice President. Presidential Succession, then Speaker of the House President Pro Temp of the. Senate members of the Cabinet,River Hill High School March 2007.
Remy Richard C United State Government Democracy in Action 2006 Columbus Ohio. Glencoe McGraw Hill 2006 page 222,River Hill High School March 2007. Unit II Worksheet 6 Executive Branch the laws, Qualifications for a president years old citizen of the U S. A For each of the categories list the constitutional and unwritten qualifications for. Qualifications of the President,Constitutional Unwritten. B For each of categories list the major characteristics of the Cabinet and EOP. See the chart on page 10,Helping the President,Cabinet EOP. C Complete the election calendar Write down what happens on each of these. Tuesday after first Monday in November,Monday after second Wednesday in December.
January 20, D To be elected president a candidate needs to have a majority of the. votes this would be out of 538,River Hill High School March 2007. U S Government 2nd Quarter Review Packet RHHS Social Studies Department NOTE TO PARENTS AND STUDENTS The Maryland High School Assessments HSAs are challenging tests that students in the graduating class of 2009 must pass in order to earn a Maryland High School Diploma These tests ensure that students have mastered fundamental knowledge in Algebra Biology English and American Government

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