Music of the revolution

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Music of the Revolution Analyze songs of The American Revolution to gain insight to public thought and sentiment of that period. Analyze a primary source to gain meaning and historical context. Create songs/verses that reflect public thought from Pre-Revolutionary and Revolutionary America. Yorktown / George Washington Battle of Guilford Courthouse Warfare (weapons, uniforms, strategies,) Period Music For the People by the People 4.C&G.1.1, 1.2, 1.3, and 1.4 4.C&.G4.2 (NC / US Constitution and Local Government) I can define and explain the words constitution, “living document”, amendment, veto, governor, General Assembly, bill. I can explain how the NC Constitution is an example of a “living document.” Government How has the NC Constitution reacted to changes in society? How is the NC Constitution a “living document?” How is the NC Constitution similar and different to the US Constitution? How is the General Assembly similar and different to the national legislative branch? How is the county government affected by the actions of the state government? How is county and municipal (local) government similar and different? What are some of the major changes in the NC Constitution? Key Vocabulary: Bill Constitution Uncle Sam “Living Document” Amendment Bill of Rights “Checks and Balances” Veto Budget Governor General Assembly County Seat Jury Mayor City Councils
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I can compare and contrast the NC Constitution with the US Constitution. I can explain how the General Assembly is similar and different to the US Congress. I can give examples of ways in which I can influence state and local government. I can explain and give examples of rights, responsibilities, and duties. What are some ways you can influence state, county, and municipal governments? What are the major differences between rights, duties, and responsibilities? Suggested Resources Produce a Venn Diagram of US and NC Constitutions. Venn Diagram or double-bubble map of similarities and differences of state and local government. Lesson Plan on state and local government: Lesson on County Government Rights, Duties, and Responsibilities Have students take words, terms, or phrases and place them under the correct heading (Example – paying taxes – duty, voting – right, stay informed – responsibility) - SocialStudies/photo1.aspx (check out his rights / duties PowerPoint). 4 th grade class successfully pushes to make sweet potato stage vegetable. - Week-s+End%20&id=13476061 Briefly on the US Constitution The Three Branches (executive, legislative, and judicial) General Assembly Governor of NC Major Revisions to the NC Constitution (outlawing poll taxes, balanced budget amendment, governor veto power, outlaw of slavery, women suffrage) Municipal (local) and county government Differentiate Rights and Responsibilities The Great Conflict and its Aftermath Essential Standard 4.H.1.4
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