Foundations of Government 2
An English Political Heritage
o The English colonists brought with them a heritage of freedom and principles of
government that helped shape the development of the United States
o The concept of limited government, dating from
Answer: Jem is going through adolescence, from child to teenager, and all the concepts ofjustice, equality and
iaw that he's learned from his father are being challenged by what he sees in the world. He continues to be fair
minded as he has always been gu
Reshape your body and
Colorado is Always in Season
Kayaking, hot air-ballooning, and
Mountain biking, relaxing by the
pool, and golfing
Festivals, beautiful foliage, and
WHAT IS CHEERLEADING?
is the performance
jumps, dance and/or chanting to
gain a response from spectators
at an event
whether we are supporting a
sports team, or simply to score
points in a cheerleadin
2.16 Unit Test Part 2
There were many events, movements, and institutions that helped form the United States as a
nation. The four topics we are going to cover today are George Washingtons presidency, The Supreme
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2.05 New Politics
I just wanted to inform you that I am supporting Mr. Andrew Jackson. I am making this decision
because I believe him and his followers are very determined in their work and grow to accom
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History | U.S. Government & Politics | Practice | Taking a Good Poll
Name: Isabel Testa
Taking a Good Poll
1. Name some mistakes people make in taking opinion polls.
Answer: People may not pay close enough attention
History | U.S. Government & Politics | Project | Conduct an Interview
Get Involved! Conduct an Interview
Use the following questions to guide your note-taking and study of the material. They will be a valuable resource
when you prepare for the tes
History | U.S. Government & Politics | Project | Join the Party
Get Involved! Join the Party
1. Decide which parties you want to learn about.
Write down at least five parties you're interested in learning abou
History | U.S. Government & Politics | Unit Test | Political Beliefs and Behaviors
Name: Isabel Testa
Political Beliefs and Behaviors
1. Describe how voting changed in America from the early days to the present.
History | U.S. Government & Politics | Practice | H. L. Mencken
Name: Isabel Testa
H. L. Mencken
1. In a democracy each party devotes its chief energies to trying to prove that the other party is unfit to rule
3.02 Federalism: U.S. vs. the States
I. National vs. State
Distinguish between Hamilton and Madisons positions on federalism.
James Madison federalist no. 46 helpped the states and national government.
4.01 Powers of Congress
Directions: Complete the web graphic organizer with at least six powers of Congress.
1) Click on an oval surrounding the central circle.
2) An answer box will appear on the left of the organizer
4.01 Notes Guide
Complete 4.01 Notes Guide as you review the lesson.
Analyze the image. Who is the man and what is he doing?
He is obviously in a hurry. Where is he going and why is he
3.03 State and Local Governments
Complete the questions using information from the lesson.
I. State and Local Government Basics
The Governor is the chief executive at the state level of government.
2. Many towns and
1.03 Great Awakening
Directions: Complete the web graphic organizer with things related to the Great Awakening. You should
fill in each shape with the best answer. Click on the shape (if the text entry box does not appear,
1.04 Declaration of Independence
Follow the directions to complete 1.04 Declaration of Independence and answer the Focus Question.
Review the American colonists' complaints against British rule. Study the main ide
3.04 Alabama Constitution 1901
Answer the following questions as you review the information and videos from the lesson.
I. Its a Thick Book: Local Government and Home Rule
1. Define home rule. In Alabama this is not gr
1.04 Notes Guide
Forming a New Nation
Answer the 1.04 Notes Guide as you review the lesson.
What is being depicted in the image on the left? Someone making payment on taxes
What is being depicted in the i
1.04 Events Leading to Independence
Directions: Use the information from Lessons 1.03 and 1.04 to complete the timeline. Insert the items and events listed
below into the box with the correct corresponding year in which t
History | U.S. Government & Politics | Practice | Founder vs. Founder
Founder vs. Founder
Use the following questions to guide your note-taking as you move through the material. Your notes will be a
valuable resource when you prepare
02.04 DBA and Exam
Module Study Guide
Lesson 02.01: Axial & Appendicular Muscles
Be able to identify each of the following muscles from a diagram, as well as
distinguish if they are axial or appendicular muscles.
List three things you learned in this unit
1.Being active in your
community is important.
2.Learning about our past
government has a major
impact in our present.
3.The naturalization process
is very simple and easy to
List two things in the u
04.04 Civil Rights
Brandon St. Gerard
Brown V. Board Of
This case was a landmark United States Supreme Court case.The court
started a state law.In this case an African American father wanted his
daughter to go to a school closer to ho