Executive Branch Study Guide
Know Vocabulary terms
What are the Presidents jobs as Chief of State, Chief Executive, and
Commander in Chief?
Symbolic head of office, To manage and uphold policies and other
responsibilities, holds control of the military
Pre Ib/Honors Us history/Gov.
21 October 2016
Industrialization and why it was so rapid
Industrialization was so rapid because of new technologies, lack of government
controls over businesses, and westward expansion.
New technology wa
Winner-Take-All Election System
Small State Bias
Direct Popular Election
State Electoral Votes
House Representatives + State Senate = Electoral Votes
Foundations of Government Vocab
2. Natural Rights
3. Unitary System
8. Confederal System
A political unit within a federal system such as a territory within the United States
Do you agree with the results of the three test? Were they accurate
according to what you believe? Explain why 4-6 sentences.
I do. I believe they were very accurate in my beliefs. I identify
politically as a libertarian and Ive supported Gary Johnson sin
Use the American Citizen Ecampus page to answer the following questions.
1 What does the first Announcement say we did last class?
Went over syllabus and parent sheets are due
2 What does the first announcement say we are doing today?
3 What are our 3
Read the Article on How Social Media is Shaping the 2016 Presidential Election and answer
the questions as you read.
As you read highlight 5
Foundations of Government Study Guide
Know the ch.1 vocabulary terms.
Who came up with the idea of natural rights?
What are your natural rights?
What is Social Contract theory?
What are the differences between Locke and Hobbes on the Social Contract?
What are three key political issues that are important to each of the states they have to win? In
other words, you have to pretend you are running the campaign and you will need to have a
strategy of how you will address the key issues o
1. What is a Political Party?
A political party is an organization of individuals with broad, common interests who organize
to win elections, to operate the government, and to thereby influence government policy.
2. Why do we have a two party system?
Chapter 5 and 6 Study guide
Alexander Graham Bell- Invented the telephone
Andrew Carnegie- This guy purchased railroad stock, then went into the steel business.
Thomas Edison- Invented the light bulb
John D. Rockefell