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Quick Formative Assessment. Get a piece of paper out and number it 1- 18 !. Federal, State or Concurrent (Shared) Power?. 1) Tax 2) Declare War 3) Negotiate Treaties 4) Regulate trade between the states 5) Punish shoplifters. What goes in the blanks?. Federalism is the idea that

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Quick formative assessment

Quick Formative Assessment

Get a piece of paper out and numberit 1-18!


Federal state or concurrent shared power
Federal, State or Concurrent (Shared)Power?

1) Tax

2) Declare War

3) Negotiate Treaties

4) Regulate trade between the states

5) Punish shoplifters


What goes in the blanks
What goes in the blanks?

Federalism is the idea that

6) ____________ is shared by a

7)______________ government and

8) _______________ governments.


What goes in the blanks1
What goes in the blanks?

The Constitution is divided up into large parts called 9)________________. These are further divided into 10)_______________.


Seriously you have to know this by now
Seriously, you HAVE to know this by now!

Fill in the missing terms:

Makes laws = 11)____________

12)________ = Executive Branch

13)_____________= 14)____________


Have you been paying attention
Have you been paying attention?

15) The larger parts of the Constitution are organized using what number system?

16) What part of the Constitution tells us what Congress can do?


Open answers many answers
Open answers (many answers)

What are two things that Congress cannot do?

17)

18)


Answer time
ANSWER TIME!

Switch papers with the person sitting next to you.


Federal state or concurrent power
Federal, State or Concurrent Power?

1) Tax Concurrent

2) Declare War Federal

3) Negotiate Treaties Federal

4) Regulate trade between the states Federal

5) Punish shoplifters State


What goes in the blanks2
What goes in the blanks?

Federalism is the idea that 6) power is shared by a 7) central or national government and 8) state or local governments.


What goes in the blanks3
What goes in the blanks?

The Constitution is divided up into large parts called 9) Articles. These are further divided into 10) Sections.


Seriously
Seriously…

Fill in the missing terms:

Makes laws = 11) Legislative Branch

12) Enforces or carries out laws = Executive

13) Interprets Laws = 14)Judicial Branch


Have you been paying attention1
Have you been paying attention?

15) The larger parts of the Constitution are organized using what number system? Roman numerals (I,II,III,IV,V,VI,VII)

16) What part of the Constitution tells us what Congress can do? Article I, Section 8


Open answers many answers1
Open answers (many answers)

What are three that things that Congress cannot do?

17)

18)


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