These American government lessons will allow students to develop an authentic understanding of the levels of government and the branches of government. It incorporates performance tasks, government projects, enrichment activities, choice boards, graphic organizers, and more! This government unit inc
This resource provides a full and engaging lesson about Martin Luther King's, "Letter from a Birmingham Jail." The lesson includes an intro activity that will get your students thinking and moving, a 3-page graphic organizer that divides the letter into four section themes, a video clip to provide h
This resource has been updated to include digital and print access using the new interactive digital layer tool. I have created my own version, available to buyers, but buyers can create their own version too, depending on their needs for their students.Canada’s Federal Government – 15 Graphic Organ
The eight pages of graphic organizers give students the opportunity to learn about the structure, roles and responsibilities of our government, with a focus on the legislative, executive and judicial branches. Additionally, they'll takes notes on checks and balances that are so important in our gov
This activity allows students to review the different duties and offices held at the local, state, and national levels of U.S. government within the legislative, executive, and judicial branches.
This can be an introductory note-taking activity, or it can be used as a review before a test or as an
This interactive notebook includes everything you need to teach a unit on United States government in an engaging way! This resource covers everything you need for your US Government unit: from the foundations of US Government to Elections in the US!The organizers in this resource can be used on the
Assess your students' learning on the Three Branches of Government. Students create a graphic organizer about the members, requirements, term, powers, and limits of each branch by fitting puzzle pieces into a graphic organizer template. A template for each branch, answer keys, puzzle pieces, and d
New York State Government NotesAligns with new Common Core NYS Social Studies Standards.No prep needed! This Note page/Graphic Organizer covers the 3 branches of New York State government. There is a place for students to write down their NYS Assemblymen as well as their NYS Senator. The current
This distance learning resource includes digital access via interactive Google Slides™. The eight pages of graphic organizers give students the opportunity to learn about the structure, roles and responsibilities of our government, with a focus on the legislative, executive and judicial branches.
Students will use the Constitution to identify the branch created by each article, their purpose, the head of each branch, and the requirements for each branch. Then they will color each box based on the branch they belong to.
Government Graphic Organizers
Government Anchor Charts
Government Study Guide
Includes 20 different government graphic organizers/anchor charts that can be printed as posters or used as study guides!
Georgia Milestones Test Prep
Key Words Included: Articles of Confederation-Constitutional Convent
Government in Canada: Finding Our More 10 Graphic Organizers and 40 Task Cards is designed for students in upper elementary grades in Canada. This resource has been updated to include digital and print access using the new interactive digital layer tool. I have created my own version, available to
The graphic organizer requires students to fill in charts and boxes about the three branches of our government: Executive, Legislative, and Judicial. Students will learn term-length, requirements, and duties of the various offices as well as the system of checks and balances.
Students can use text
Elected Government Officials Graphic Organizer #2 - Mayor, Governor, and President - local and state officials (City*, State, and Country)
*City, Town, or County
Working on your Government unit? This graphic organizer is the perfect tool for helping your students identify elected local and state go
This a graphic organizer I created when I taught the three levels of government: local, state, and federal. It has images of Georgia buildings for the state level, but you could alter it for any state. There are spaces for students to record the title and names of the level leaders and services eac
French Revolution - Governments of the Revolution - Graphic Organizer with Key - This 3 page French Revolution resource includes a graphic organizer wherein students are required to organize notes on the four main revolutionary governments during the French Revolution. For example, students will n
This activity set includes two-page paper notes with graphic organizer and a teacher or student-driven PowerPoint about the key debates during the US Constitutional Convention and the separation of powers.Students complete a graphic organizer outlining key points from the notes or PowerPoint. Studen
This graphic organizer will help your students organize information gathered about the three branches of government. They will organize information by answering "who, what, and where". This graphic organizer can be used with a variety of sources.
This resource has been updated to include digital and print access using the new interactive digital layer tool. I have created my own versions, available to buyers, but buyers can create their own versions too, reflecting the needs of their students.Canada’s Prime Ministers: 23 Graphic Organizers i