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Principles of the Constitution
Principles of the Constitution
Principles of the Constitution
Principles of the Constitution
Principles of the Constitution
Principles of the Constitution
Principles of the Constitution
Principles of the Constitution
Principles of the Constitution
Principles of the Constitution
Principles of the Constitution
Principles of the Constitution
Principles of the Constitution
Principles of the Constitution
Principles of the Constitution
Principles of the Constitution
Principles of the Constitution
Principles of the Constitution
Principles of the Constitution
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  • 1. Objective
    • SWBAT analyze fundamental principles of the United States Constitution in order to code text and analyze text features .
    Warm-Up
    • Read the headline below.
    • Which principle of government would be affected by the proposed amendment?A. individual rightsB. popular sovereigntyC. separation of powerschecks and balances
    • checks and balances
  • 2. The Homework Press
    • You have until Thursday to get me any missing homework from the week of October 4th to the 8th
    • If you don’t you will serve detention
    • You will also miss out on homecoming activities
  • 3. Folders
    • You must remove everything from your folders except your bathroom pass and warm-up sheet.
    • They will be used as a mailbox for handing back work from now on.
    • You may keep a binder in the room if you wish.
  • 4. Agenda
    • Objective and Warm-Up
    • INM: Principles of the Constitution
    • GP: How to Text Code
    • IP: Coding Text in order to describe the Principles
    • Exit Slip
  • 5. The U.S. Constitution
        • The U.S. Constitution was the solution to the problems in the Articles of Confederation.
        • The U.S. Constitution was a compromise between
          • Federalists (people who believed in a strong national government) and,
          • Antifederalists (people who believed in strong state governments)
  • 6. Which group supported a strong national government?
    • Federalists
    • Anti-Federalists
  • 7.
        • The U.S. Constitution was based on the following principles:
          • Popular Sovereignty
          • Federalism
          • Separation of Powers
          • Checks and Balances
          • Judicial Review
          • Limited Government
          • Individual rights
          • Rule of Law
    The U.S. Constitution Principles
  • 8. Decisions are made using the majority’s opinion but people’s freedoms are still protected. Individual Rights Laws requiring permits for owning a firearms. Law ban owning firearms. DEFINITION DRAWING or DESCRIPTION EXAMPLE NON-EXAMPLE
  • 9. The government implements and enforces laws evenly and fairly to all people. All defendants have the right to a lawyer if they cannot afford one. Only white males are given the right to a lawyer if they cannot afford one. Rule of Law DEFINITION DRAWING or DESCRIPTION EXAMPLE NON-EXAMPLE
  • 10. The following is an example of which principle? The U.S. government requires all children to be educated but allows parents to homeschool their children. The U.S. government requires all children to be educated but allows parents to homeschool their children. The U.S. government requires all children to be educated but allows parents to homeschool their children.
    • rule of law
    • popular sovereignty
    • individual rights
    • judicial review
  • 11. The following is an example of which principle? Congress overrides a Presidential veto of a bill. Congress overrides a Presidential veto of a bill. Congress overrides a Presidential veto of a bill.
    • checks and balances
    • popular sovereignty
    • separation of powers
    • judicial review
  • 12. The following is an example of which principle? If the President commits a crime he is treated like any other citizen. If the President commits a crime he is treated like any other citizen. If the President commits a crime he is treated like any other citizen.
    • rule of law
    • popular sovereignty
    • individual rights
    • judicial review
  • 13. GP: Applying the Principles of the U.S. Constitution
    • We are going to read the Popular Sovereignty section, text code and answer the questions in the work sheet.
    Main Idea Details A. Popular Sovereignty A1. What is popular sovereignty? A2. What part of the Constitution demonstrates popular sovereignty. Why is this a demonstration of the principle?
  • 14. Independent Practice
    • You will work individually;
    • You must listen carefully for your instructions;
        • You are going to work on coding text and answering the questions on the worksheet.
        • You have 25 minutes to complete the activity.
  • 15. Boom Bag We will now play a vocabulary review game. Watch the example closely.
  • 16. Homework Complete the Worksheet Packet reviewing Unit I. This WILL BE TESTED on next week’s FAST assessment.
  • 17. Exit Slip:
    • You will have 5 minutes to complete today’s exit slip.
    • Please only write the letter of your answer in the appropriate blank.
    • Complete it in silence.
    • When you are done, carefully check over your answers.
    • After checking your answers, please begin your homework.
  • 18.  
  • 19. 3, 2, 1, See Ya!
    • What are 3 things that you learned today?
    • What are 2 things that confused you?
    • What is 1 thing you want to know more about?

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