Lessons for Legislative Power

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  • Get Your Motor Runnin' - … consumer" according to the article? g. What are the two power sources of the Prius? h. What are two positive attributes … , Norman Y. Mineta, discussing his or her position regarding proposed legislation that may offer various incentives to companies and consumers who …
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  • The People, They Are a Changin' - … examples of political cartoons. Tell students that according to "The Power of Political Cartoons in a Presidential Year," by Ray Heitzmann … Resources Health Care Learning about and reacting to the new legislation on health care. Lesson Plan Student Opinion question Lesson Plan …
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  • The Dialogues of Difference - … of the constitutional steps taken in the executive, judicial, and legislative branches of government; the shift from de jure to de … people or groups may arise from competition over ideas, resources, power, and/or status; Understands that social change, or the prospect …
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  • In Trouble in Islamabad - … =h110-1955). What does this bill call for, and what legislation will it change and/or create if it is passed … - Understands how post-World War II reconstruction occurred, new international power relations took shape, and colonial empires broke up. Benchmark: Understands …
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  • The Magnificent Medici - … the Medici.) Focusing Questions: What happens when Mafia families have power disputes? Watch this film for events that sound like something … created by one God of the Universe." In 1999, a legislative committee in Arkansas recommended banning mention of evolution and carbon …
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  • The U.S. Trade Embargo on Cuba - … States' relations with the world (e.g. isolated nation, imperial power, world leader). Two to three class periods to set up … anti-embargo group, The Cuba Policy Foundation tracks U.S. legislative policy toward Cuba. Cuban News Sites http://www.cubafreepress.org …
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  • Whose God? - … , can get along." Michael Lind: "Traditionally, there have been two powerful traditions in the U. S. There's the enlightenment tradition … reasons does Jefferson give in the first section for preventing "legislators and rulers" from mandating a religion or religious practices? How …
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  • Who's Watching the Ballot Box? - … information about candidates' campaign finances with some investigatory and enforcement powers. The Internet address is pdc.wa.gov 2. 3. TWO … of our Primary system dating back to 1907. The State Legislators agreed that a change was needed, so in 1935 this …
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  • Learning About the Civil rights Movement Through Photographs - … action. State Social Studies Standards C. Political Science and Citizenship: Power, Authority, Governance, and Responsibility (Eighth Grade Performance Standards) C.8 … inequality. They also fought racial segregation through the courts and legislation. Even when segregation was outlawed, some southern cities filled in …
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  • Sectionalism, Popular Sovereignty, and Secession - … Lesson Plans Search Title: Sectionalism, Popular Sovereignty, and Secession go Powered by Google Advanced Search Grades: Middle and High School Keyword … how history would have been different if any of these legislative or legal issues had been different. Students will then write …
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