This 26-slide federalism lecture comes in powerpoint format, complete with graphics, transitions, and organized information. This lecture is perfect for any U.S. Government or AP® Government class and covers important unit themes, from the powers of the federal vs state governments to important constitutional clauses to fiscal federalism/grants, and more! I have included editable student fill-in-the-blank Cloze Notes to correspond with the powerpoint slides if you like to use that format in your classes. I have also included an extension activity to help students learn the powers of the government. The power point is mostly editable (with the exception of some font titles and clip art that have been secured), so you can adjust it to fit your curriculum.
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