This is an AP style quiz with multiple choice questions and FRQ's. It thoroughly covers the American Government unit of federalism. I use this with my AP government course, but it can be adapted for regular American Government.
This is an internet activity that utilizes the Freedomhouse.org website as a researching tool. After learning about what constitutes a democratic nation, I use this activity to compare the United States to other nations. It is an eye opening
Questions are asked and students are to find the article and section where the answer would be found as well as an answer to the question. The following is an example:
Are you eligible for the House of Representatives? The Senate? The Presidency?
This is a 13 question multiple choice quiz covering an American Government unit on Policy making. The topic covered are majority rule and minority rights, the types of democratic theories (elit-class theory, pluralism, etc..), and policy
This is a powerpoint of my entire Political Party unit. Topics on this 46 slide powerpoint include political party history, caucuses and primaries, the 2 party system, 3rd parties, party conventions, campaign contributions, PAC's, etc...
This is a review assignment used in American Government for students to show how the following concepts of Policy Making are connected .
Largest struggle found in politics
What a policy system is
The 6 key features of policy making
The 4 policy