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A slide show presentation on the branches of government. Done for my Edu 290 class.

A slide show presentation on the branches of government. Done for my Edu 290 class.

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  • 1. Sarah Manner
    EDU 290
    8-9:15
    U.S GOVERNMENT
  • 2. Branches of Government
    Legislative
    Executive
    Judicial
  • 3. Legislative
    Congress
    Congress breaks into 2 parts
    The House of Representatives and
    The Senate
    They are the law makers for the United States
  • 4. Executive
    President
    Vice President
    The Executive branch helps make sure people in the United States follow the laws
    President has 15 helpers that make up the Cabinet
  • 5. Judicial
    Supreme court
    Made up of courts
    9 judges total
    They help people in the United States who do not understand certain laws.
  • 6. The U.S Capitol Building in Washington D.C
    Both the House of Representatives and the Senate are found in this building.
    Photo from www.wallpaperpimper.com
  • 7. The White House in Washington D.C
    Both the President and the Vice President can be found here.
    Photo from destination360.com
  • 8. The Supreme Court in Washington D.C
    This is where the Supreme Court is found in Washington D.C
    Photo from dcstockimages.com