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Title iii esl lesson 08 09

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ESL LESSON

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  • 1.  
  • 2. Grade Level: 3-5 Subject: Social Studies Lesson Objective: Identify the Three Branches of Government TEKS: English Proficiency Level: ELPS: Duration:
  • 3.
    • The Three Branches of Government
  • 4. Vocabulary
    • executive branch
    • legislative branch
    • judicial branch
    • President
    • Congress
    • Senate
    • House of Representatives
    • Judges
    • Oval Office
    • Supreme Court
    • White House
    • Capitol
  • 5. The Government of the United Sates of America has three divisions or branches:
    • The executive branch
    • The legislative branch
    • The judicial branch
  • 6. The executive branch
    • The executive branch is governed by the President. The President lives in the White House and works in the Oval Office.
  • 7. The legislative branch
    • The legislative branch is divided into two groups. They are the Senate and the House of Representatives. Together, they form Congress. Congress meets in the Capitol to make new rules for the people of the United States .
  • 8. The judicial branch
    • The judicial branch is also known as the Supreme Court. It is governed by nine judges. These judges are appointed by the President and approved by Congress.
  • 9. Let’s review
    • The executive branch is governed by :
    • Congress The Supreme Court The President