U.S. Government: Separation of Powers into the 3 Branches

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8 slide power point that covers Separation of Powers, the 4th element of the U.S. Government that appears on the Regents Examination. 2nd of 3 presentations on the foundations of U.S. Government that covers:

- An overview of the foreign and domestic origin of a belief in separating powers into 3 Branches as well as the elements that make-up each Branch of Government

- An overview on the election process and Powers & Responsibilities of the House of Representatives

- An overview on the election process and Powers & Responsibilities of the U.S. Senate

- A breakdown of the Electoral College as well as a summary of the major criticisms of the electoral college process

- An overview on the many roles & responsibilities of the President and Executive Branch

Power point includes:

- Important terms listed & emphasized that frequently appear on NY State U.S. History Regents Exams
- Numerous photographs, graphics, & charts to support understanding of the 3 branches and the election processes associated with them
- Comprehensive chart that breaks down the 3 Branches, their set-up, responsibilities, and powers


***Intended for use in U.S. History classrooms in preparation for the New York State U.S. History & Government Regents Exam***
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8
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Teaching Duration
2 Days

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U.S. Government: Separation of Powers into the 3 Branches
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U.S. Government: Separation of Powers into the 3 Branches
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