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Welcome!!! . 5.02. How a Bill becomes a law Graphic page 345 11 th ed. . 5.03 Congressional Elections Simulation Timed Writing. Timed Writing Tips Answer every part of the question You will have a zero until graded. 5.06 Powers granted VS Powers Denied .

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5.02
  • How a Bill becomes a law
  • Graphic page 345 11th ed.
5 03 congressional elections simulation timed writing
5.03 Congressional Elections Simulation Timed Writing
  • Timed Writing
  • Tips
  • Answer every part of the question
  • You will have a zero until graded
5 06 powers granted vs powers denied
5.06 Powers granted VS Powers Denied
  • Determine whether or not the Constitution gives Congress the authority to create each of the following laws.
  • Your answers should explain why Congress does or does not have the authority, and should also cite the Article, Section and Clause from the Constitution that gives or denies the authority.
  • Open constitution and use ctr “f” to search for key terms
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5.06
  • Tips for searches
    • Law 1: commerce
  • Look for laws that are specifically denied such as
    • Ex post facto- Clue: past tense
    • Bill of attainder
    • Double jeopardy
  • Don’t forget the “elastic clause”
5 07 powers of the president
5.07 Powers of the President
  • Examples from Nixon or later
  • Powers
    • • Commander-in-Chief
    • • Party Leader
    • • Personnel Recruiter
    • • Domestic Crisis Manager
    • • Treaty Negotiator
  • Powers of President Game: http://teacher.scholastic.com/scholasticnews/games_quizzes/president_roles/
5 10 mapping presidential structure
5.10 Mapping Presidential Structure
  • Styles
    • Ad Hoc: The president surrounds himself with personal friends and put people at the head of programs, who would not usually be appointed. (Clinton)
    • Circular: Everyone reports to the president. (Carter)
    • Pyramid: Chief of staff is important. The information is passed up a chain of command. (Nixon, Reagan)
  • Help: Page 375 and 381, 11th edition
  • For more information on the presidents: http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/libraries.php
5 12 congressional oversight
5.12 Congressional oversight
  • Questions:
    • Define congressional oversight.
    • Describe three methods of congressional oversight
    • Which method do you feel is the most powerful?
    • Do you feel congressional oversight is effective?
    • Research INS vs. Chahda at OYEZ.org, including oral arguments, summary and facts of case. Describe the method of oversight used here and the implications of the Chadha decision on the bureaucratic ….
  • Page 421, 11th edition
5 13 iron triangle
5.13 Iron Triangle
  • What is an iron triangle?
    • PAC/Interest group: Veterans Organizations (Veterans League)
    • Members of Congress (Committee): House and Senate Committees on Veterans affairs
    • Agency: Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Page 420, 11th edition
5 13 iron triangle10
5.13 Iron Triangle
  • Tips
    • Note, not every interest group or PAC is part of a triangle
    • Resources
      • List of federal agencies: http://www.usa.gov/Agencies/Federal/All_Agencies/index.shtml
      • List of committees: http://www.contactingthecongress.org/cgi-bin/committee_list.cgi?site=ctc
    • Recommended Topics: Education, Agriculture, Defense, Energy, Environment
    • Use the diagram on the lesson page to surmise the links between the groups.
quizzes for module 5
Quizzes for Module 5
  • All quizzes are covered by recorded review sessions.
  • Module five is nearly half the exam.