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This objective for the executive departments will help your students understand the roles of the executive departments. Students will get the opportunity to examine the history of the departments and how they became what they are today. Give your students everything they need to master this topic
Students will complete a WhiteHouse webquest to learn what the Cabinet is, and what they do for the Executive Branch. After they complete the webquest, they have scenarios for each Cabinet Department, answers included.
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Grades:
8th - 11th
This Mini Unit includes a timeline of when the various departments came into existence (and in some cases went out of existence, though that usually just meant joining another department or being split into two departments). It also includes a card for each department with the department seal, its e
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Grades:
9th - 12th
This objective for the executive departments will help your students understand the roles of the executive departments. Students will get the opportunity to examine the history of the departments and how they became what they are today. Give your students everything they need to master this topic
Grades:
8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This assignment does need access to computers to work.This assignment is a quick introduction to the U.S. Executive Branch. It has the students research one Cabinet Member and their Department. It is a good way to start a unit so the students have an idea what each Department does. I like to hang
In this packet students read two passages, one about Executive Departments and the other about Independent Agencies. The first passage describes each of the departments that make up the Executive Branch. The second passage details more than a dozen Independent Agencies explaining their various rol
OBJECTIVE: To understand the role of the Cabinet and executive departments in the operation of the federal government. TIME: 1 class period Students begin this activity by reading introductory paragraphs about the Cabinet and executive departments. As they do so, you can have them underline or hig
Included in this item is an information and directions handout for a research paper about departments and agencies within the Executive Branch of the United States government. Also included is a peer review handout. This item is meant to be used for a research paper in a government or history clas
Grades:
9th - 12th
This is an overview of all 15 Executive Departments for students to learn in a Civics & Economics course.
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Grades:
10th - 12th
Objective: Students will analyze the role and function of an executive department in the U.S. government.
Grades:
7th - 10th
Concise, yet descriptive, summary of the President's Cabinet level executive departments and their role in the Executive Branch.
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Grades:
7th - 11th
This handout compares/contrasts the Presidents Cabinet with Governors Cabinets. It also provides an oppritunity for students to exam the how different agency's perform tasks at the Federal, State, and Local levels.
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Grades:
9th - 12th
The executive departments carry out much of the Federal Government's work. The heads of these departments frequently meet with the President and other officials in a group called the Cabinet.
Students choose to research 3 different Executive Departments. Once they have found out information about their departments, then they are asked to create a comic strip surrounding one of the current event issues effecting this department.
This is a power point correlated with ‘Magruder's American Government’ textbook by Prentice Hall (chapter 15 section 3) but can be used independently from text. It outlines the executive departments and the presidential cabinet. Includes content and language objectives for SIOP lesson plans.
**This is the chapter slice "Departments of the Executive Branch of Government Gr. 5-8" from the full lesson plan Mexican Government Gr. 5-8**About the FULL RESOURCE:Visit a country with a rich history of fighting for liberty and independence. Our resource outlines how Mexico's Constitution is writt
Separate the different executive departments by their different political members. Also includes PowerPoint notes to supplement the activity.
This Graphic Organizer is great for going over the 15 Executive Departments and giving the students a one page spreadsheet to keep up with and learn about the Executive Departments.
Grades:
6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This activity will help students get to know the departments of Georgia's Executive Branch (SS8CG3). It's good for Milestones review as well.
This word find includes the various departments within the executive branch.
This is a collection of activities you can do with your students to help them get a basic understanding of the executive branch. To help them gain a deeper understanding use some of the Adapted History Federalist Papers.
Fill in the blank charts for the 15 presidential cabinet positions with a key for each department. There is also a handout showing the presidential powers.
Grades:
7th - 10th
Follows "Civics Unit 8 Plan - The Executive Branch." Recommended use with iCivics "A Very Big Branch" Reading found here: https://www.icivics.org/teachers/lesson-plans/very-big-branch Covers the cabinet and basic jobs of the different executive departments.
This fantastic bundle on the Executive Branch is an amazing complete unit plan for Civics or American Government! This unit has been updated for Distance Learning with specific digital resources, videos, and ideas to use for your virtual classroom!Topics covered in this bundle include:An overview of

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