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Civics, Government, US History I CAN Bundle

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This I CAN posters bundle includes all of my I CAN packs for Civics, US History and Government for a 50% saving over buying them separately. They.are quick and easy to print and post in your classroom! They are aligned with the standards for teaching Civics and US Government. I have uploaded them as individual jpg files that high enough in resolution to be enlarged on a Poster Maker without losing clarity. I have also combined them into a PPT file for easy printing as portrait, 8.5x11.

Posters Included in this Bundle

The CONSTITUTION (not pictured)
I CAN explain how the ideas of natural rights influenced the Bill of Rights.
I CAN explain how the ideas of Montesquieu led to the division of powers.
I CAN compare current government actions to goals in the Preamble of the Constitution.
I CAN compare the Federalists' and Anti-Federalists' desires for the Constitution.
I CAN provide examples of how the separation of powers limits the government.
I CAN provide an example of how checks and balances limit the government.
I CAN provide an example of how popular sovereignty limits the government.
I CAN describe the process of the Constitution may be changed.
I CAN outline the structure of the Constitution.

LAW and ORDER (not pictured)
I CAN explain how Due Process guarantees me a fair trial.
I CAN explain how the 4th, 5th, 6th and 8th Amendments protects those accused of a crime.
I CAN define the Rule of Law and explain how the government is limited in the legal system.
I CAN define Equal Protection Under the Law.
I CAN explain how a bill becomes a law.
I CAN describe ways to block legislation.
I CAN identify groups that influence the law-making process.
I CAN identify the characteristics of effective laws.
I CAN explain the purpose for laws.
I CAN explain how the Executive Branch can create laws.
I CAN explain how the Judicial Branch creates laws through interpretation.
I CAN identify different law enforcement agencies at the national, state and local levels.
I CAN identify different types of laws.
I CAN identify different methods of resolving disputes.
I CAN differentiate between criminal and civil legal procedures.
I CAN explain what is meant by the Burden of Proof.
I CAN explain the special protections for juveniles in the legal system.
I CAN identify penalties for breaking criminal laws.
I CAN identify penalties for breaking civil laws.
I CAN explain how a criminal case moves through the court system.
I CAN explain how the court system is adversarial in nature.
I CAN identify the structure of federal and state court systems.
I CAN identify how a case is appealed through the court system.

FOUNDATIONS of GOVERNMENT (not pictured)
I CAN explain how salutary neglect led to independence in the colonies.
I CAN describe the evidence of self-rule in the colonies.
I CAN interpret how certain events led the colonies to independence.
I CAN can defend the colonists' reason for writing the Declaration of Independence.
I CAN explain how John Locke influenced the writing of the Declaration of Independence.
I CAN explain how Enlightenment thinkers influenced the Constitution.
I CAN describe the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation.
I CAN explain how Shays' Rebellion led to the fall of the Articles of Confederation.
I CAN describe the Federalists' and Anti-Federalists' ideas for the Constitution.
I CAN list and describe the compromises made at the Constitutional Convention.
I CAN provide examples of popular sovereignty in Colonial America.

ELECTIONS and VOTING
I CAN explain why we have a two-party system in the US.
I CAN explain the difference between the two major parties.
I CAN can describe political ideas- radical, liberal, moderate, conservative.
I CAN explain the purpose of a national convention, party platforms and planks.
I CAN describe what an interest group and how it can influence elections.
I CAN describe the role a lobbyist plays in influencing elections.
I CAN analyze how propaganda and bias are used in political campaigns.
I CAN describe the way people use initiative, referendum and recall to influence laws.
I CAN can list the constitutional qualifications to vote and analyze state requirements.
I CAN describe laws and amendments that have expanded suffrage throughout history.
I CAN purpose and process of a primary and general election.
I CAN explain the process of electing the President. (not pictured)
I CAN evaluate the advantage and disadvantages of the Electoral College.

CITIZENSHIP
I CAN identify the problems and challenges to a changing population.
I CAN explain the metaphor of the US as a melting pot rather than a salad bowl.
I CAN the ways that people participate in their community.
I CAN identify how civic participation affects the community.
I CAN explain how citizens play a role in influencing government.
I CAN distinguish between a civic duty and a civic responsibility and give examples.
I CAN describe the process of becoming a citizen.
I CAN explain the difference between a natural-born and a naturalized citizen.
I CAN distinguish between different types of government throughout the world.

BRANCHES OF GOVERNMENT
I CAN explain how the separation of powers protects democracy.
I CAN how checks and balances protect democracy.
I CAN how federalism protects democracy.
I CAN explain the powers of the legislative branch.
I CAN explain the powers of the judicial branch.
I CAN explain the powers of the executive branch.
I CAN explain the powers and duties of state government.
I CAN explain the powers and duties of local government.
I CAN explain how the Supreme Court has expanded individual rights.
I CAN explain how the Supreme Court has limited individual rights.
I CAN list executive agencies and explain what they do.
I CAN explain the President's role in foreign affairs.
I CAN explain the Senate's role in foreign affairs. (not pictured)

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