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SS 51 - Government Curriculum Resources   Tags: government, government_curriculum, government_curriculum_resources  

Lesson plans and classroom resources aligned to the Government curriculum.
Last Updated: May 5, 2011 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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The Executive Branch

The Executive Branch

  • Article II
    The resources contained on the website are just the beginning! The Bill of Rights Institute curriculum, Presidents and the Constitution, explores how various presidents understood and exercised their constitutional powers. By exploring constitutional crises in American history, these interactive, hands-on lessons encourage students to analyze the actions of Presidents in light of the Constitution.
  • Before and Beyond the Constitution: What Should a President do?
    In this curriculum unit, students look at the role of President as defined in the Constitution and consider the precedent-setting accomplishments of George Washington
  • Exercising Presidential Power
    The President of the United States is often considered to be the most powerful person in the world. Students will analyze how significant presidential power is and investigate ways that it creates tension between the executive and legislative branches of the government. As an example of presidential power, students will investigate a case study of President Bill Clinton's actions related to philanthropy.
  • iCivics
    iCivics is a web-based education project designed to teach students civics and inspire them to be active participants in our democracy. iCivics is the vision of Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, who is concerned that students are not getting the information and tools they need for civic participation, and that civics teachers need better materials and support.

  • Mr.Donn's Executive Branch Resources

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