State Government

State governments in the United States are another levels of government, smaller than the federal government, but larger than the local governments. State Governments also have three branches within them-- legislative, judicial, and executive-- and these three branches check each other and interact with each other. Each state has its own state constitution. States have different powers from the federal government, such as responsibility for overseeing education. How can we teach about state government and how to interact with it?

Classes

  • Rules and Laws

    Students will be able to indicate the difference between a “rule” and a “law” and provide one example for each as evidenced by completion of the exit ticket.

  • Rules and Laws - Virtual

    Students will be able to indicate the difference between a “rule” and a “law” and provide one example for each as evidenced by completion of the exit ticket.

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This workshop was fabulous. I really needed ways to incorporate social studies into what I already do (Language Arts). I feel I accomplished this here. The presenters were awesome.
- Teacher, 2018
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