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GUIDING QUESTION, What is government and what is, its purpose. A De nition of Government, a Institution through which society makes and enforces public. b Legislative judicial and executive power, c Dictatorship power held by a person or small group. Government and, d Democracy power held by the people. B Characteristics of State the State, a Population.
b Territory land with known and recognized boundaries. c Sovereignty supreme power within its territory, d Government agency through which the state exerts its will. Guiding Question, What is government and what is its. purpose Use an outline like the one, T his is a book about government and more particularly about govern. ment in the United States Why should you read it Why should you study. government Tese are legitimate questions and they can be answered in. and works toward its goals below to take notes on the defnition. C Purposes of Government several diferent ways as you will see throughout the pages o this book But. and purposes o government, or now consider this response you should know as much as you possibly can. a Form a more perfect union A De nition of Government about government because government afects you in an uncountable number. b Establish justice a, o very important ways It does so today it did so yesterday and it will do so.
c Insure domestic tranquility b, B Characteristics of a State every day or the rest o your li e. d Provide for the common defense a Tink o the point in this light What would your li e be like without. e Promote the general welfare b, C Purposes of Government. government Who would protect you and all o the rest o us against ter. f Secure the blessings of liberty a rorist attacks and against other threats rom abroad Who would provide or. b education guard the public s health and protect the environment Who would. Political Dictionary pave the streets regulate tra c punish criminals and respond to res and. other human made and natural disasters Who would protect civil rights and. government judicial power care or the elderly the poor and those who cannot care or themselves Who. Get Started public policies, legislative, constitution. dictatorship, would protect consumers and property owners. Government does all o these things o course and much more In short. power democracy, executive state i government did not exist we would have to invent it.
LESSON GOALS power sovereign, Students will, Objectives What Is Government. assess what they know and what they would like 1 Defne government and the basic Government is the institution through which a society makes and en orces its. to learn about key concepts in American govern powers every government holds. public policies Government is made up o those people who exercise its pow. 2 Describe the our defning charac, ment by completing a chart ers all those who have authority and control over people. teristics o a state, Te public policies o a government are in short all o those things a. recall characteristics of states and theories of gov 3 Identi y our theories that attempt. to explain the origin o the state government decides to do Public policies cover matters ranging rom taxation. ernment by completing a worksheet 4 Understand the purpose o govern de ense education crime and healthcare to transportation the environment. ment in the United States and other civil rights and working conditions Indeed the list o public policy issues. examine the purposes of American government countries handled by government is nearly endless. by completing a chart about the Preamble of the Governments must have power in order to make and carry out public poli. Constitution cies Power is the ability to command or prevent action the ability to achieve. Image Above Flags representing sev a desired end, eral countries y outside o the European. Parliament in Strasbourg France, SKILLS DEVELOPMENT.
4 Principles of Government, ANALYZE SOURCES, To help students learn to analyze primary sources. have them turn to the Skills Handbook p S14 and, use the information there to work with the primary. sources referenced in this lesson Focus on the Basics. FACTS Society makes and enforces public policies through the institution of. government A state has a population a de ned territory sovereignty and. a government Basic concepts of American government evolved from the Social. Contract Theory The Preamble of the Constitution established the basic goals of. American government, CONCEPTS purpose and role of government values and principles of civil society. popular sovereignty justice liberty, ENDURING UNDERSTANDINGS Government affects our daily lives by maintaining. civil society safeguarding rights and preventing anarchy Liberty is not absolute. one person s freedom cannot infringe on the rights of others. 4 Principles of Government, Every government has and exer ises will reap the ene ts and who will pay the reap.
three asi kinds o power 1 legislative osts o its pu li poli ies v to gain receive BEFORE CLASS. power the power to make laws and to rame Te word politics is sometimes used in a. pu li poli ies 2 executive power the way that suggests that it is somehow immoral. Assign the section the graphic organizer in the text. power to exe ute en or e and administer or something to e avoided But again poli and the Reading Comprehension Worksheet Unit 1. laws and 3 judicial power the power ti s is the means y whi h government is All in One p 10 before class. to interpret laws to determine their mean ondu ted It is neither good nor ad ut. ing and to settle disputes that arise within it is ne essary Indeed it is impossi le to on L2 Differentiate Reading Comprehension Work. the so iety Tese powers o government are eive o government without politi s sheet Unit 1 All in One p 11. o en outlined in a ountry s onstitution, A constitution is the ody o undamental fundamental. BELLRINGER, laws setting out the prin iples stru tures The State adj basic essential. and pro esses o a government Over the ourse o human history the state Begin a two column chart on the board with the. Te ultimate responsi ility or the exer has emerged as the dominant politi al unit headings Prior Knowledge at the top of one. ise o these powers may e held y a single throughout the world Te state an e. column and Making Predictions at the top of the, person or y a small group as in a dictator. ship In this orm o government those who other column Write the following on the board. rule annot e held responsi le to the will o Write what you already know about these. the people When the responsi ility or the, exer ise o these powers rests with a major. The Three Basic Powers topics in column one democracy federalism. separation of powers balance of power consti, ity o the people that orm o government of Government tutional government Enlightenment thinkers.
is known as a demo ra y In a democracy, supreme authority rests with the people In the United States the three basic powers of government In column two predict what you expect to learn. Government is among the oldest o all are held in three separate branches Why do you think the about each topic. human inventions Its origins are lost in the Framers of the Constitution separated these powers. mists o time But learly government rst, appeared when human eings realized that. they ould not survive without some way to, regulate their own a tions as well as those o. their neigh ors, Te earliest known eviden es o govern. The President is the To present this topic using online resources use the. Head of State and, ment date rom an ient Egypt and the sixth executes the laws lesson presentations at PearsonSuccessNet com.
entury b c More than 2 300 years ago the, Greek philosopher Aristotle o served that ASSESS PRIOR KNOWLEDGE. man is y nature a politi al animal 1 When Executive. he wrote those words Aristotle was only Draw a horizontal line on the board with markings. re ording a a t that even then had een from 0 to 10 Have students copy the scale in their. o vious or thousands o years, notebooks and assess what they know about each. What did Aristotle mean y politi al, Tat is to say what is politi s Although of the topics in the Bellringer activity by assigning. people o en equate the two politi s and gov The Supreme Court inter themselves a number on the scale for each topic. prets the laws to ensure, ernment are very diferent things Politi s is a they are constitutional Then invite students to share their prior knowledge. pro ess while government is an institution, More spe i ally politi s is the pro ess.
and predictions Encourage students to keep their, y whi h a so iety de ides how power and. Judicial charts and scales tell them that they will reassess. resour es will e distri uted within that so i their knowledge at the end of the unit. ety Politi s ena les a so iety to de ide who, Congress creates the. 1 In most of the world s written political record the words man. laws and frames public, Legislative, and men have been widely used to refer to all of humankind. This text follows that form when presenting excerpts from policy. historical writings or documents and in references to them. Differentiated Resources, The following resources are located in the All in One Unit 1 Chapter 1 Section 1. L2 Prereading and Vocabulary Worksheet p 7 Name Class Date. CHAPTER CORE WO RKSHEET, 1 Government and the State 3.
L3 Reading Comprehension Worksheet p 10 SECTION 1, The Framers of the Constitution believed that government was necessary to keep. order and guarantee freedoms Fill in the chart below In the middle column explain. Name Class Date, why the Framers may have included each phrase in the Preamble In the right hand. column give examples that show why each statement is or is not relevant today HAPTER. C CORE WO RKSHEET, Then answer the question that follows. L2 Reading Comprehension Worksheet p 11 Phrase in the. Possible Reason for, Including the, Examples of Relevance. or Lack of Relevance, Government and the State, People need government to keep order and to ensure freedom This.
We the People of the is what the Framers of the Constitution believed. United States, The chart below shows seven phrases from the Preamble of the. L3 L2 Core Worksheets pp 12 14 Constitution With your partner choose one phrase Your teacher. may assign the phrase First think of reasons why the Framers. may have put that phrase in the Constitution List these reasons. in the middle column Next decide if the phrase is still important. today In the right hand column explain why the phrase is. important or why it is not Then answer the question that follows. L3 L4 Extend Worksheets pp 16 17 In order to form a. more perfect Union Vocabulary, union a group of people or States. tranquility peace, domestic related to the home, defense protection. promote to improve welfare general well being, The Three Powers of Government Possible. secure to keep safe, L2 Extend Activity p 18 Establish justice.
Phrase in the, We the people of the, Why Did the Framers. Put in This Phrase, Is This Phrase Important, Today Why or Why Not. L3 Quiz A p 19, United States, response to prevent one branch of government. In order to form a, more perfect Union, from gaining too much power which might lead to. L2 Quiz B p 20 Copyright by Pearson Education Inc or its affiliates All rights reserved. Establish justice, dictatorship, Copyright by Pearson Education Inc or its affiliates All rights reserved.
Chapter 1 Section 1, MAGRUDER SONLINE, GOVERNMENT, Audio Tour. Listen to a guided audio tour of, COVER THE BASICS these characteristics at. Four Characteristics of a State PearsonSuccessNet com. Ask students to take out their Reading Comprehen, sion Worksheets First review the four basic char. acteristics of the state asking volunteers to identify. What do you need to make a state, and de ne each one 1 population the people who Every state in the world has the following four characteristics Each. live within the boundaries of the state 2 territory characteristic may vary widely from state to state Which of these. characteristics is represented by the map in the background. land with known and recognized boundaries 3 sov, ereignty the supreme and absolute power within a.
state s own territory 4 government the institution Population Territory Sovereignty Government. through which society makes and enforces public Large or small every Every state must have The state has absolute Government is the mech. state must be inhab land with known and power within its territory anism through which a. policies Follow the same process with Part 2 call ited that is have a recognized borders It can decide its own state makes and enforces. ing on volunteers to explain each theory about the population foreign and domestic its policies. origin of the state 5 Force Theory The state was, born when one person or a small group took control. over people in an area 6 Evolutionary Theory The, state evolved from the early families that united to. form clans Later clans united to form tribes As, tribes settled into agricultural groups over time they populous defned as a body o people living in a populous state with more than 1 3 billion. adj relating to the defned territory organized politically that people just about one f h o all o the. formed states 7 Divine Right Theory God created number of people in a. American government CONCEPTS purpose and role of government values and principles of civil society popular sovereignty justice liberty ENDURING UNDERSTANDINGS Government affects our daily lives by maintaining civil society safeguarding rights and preventing anarchy Liberty is not absolute one persons freedom cannot infringe on the rights of others ANALYZE SOURCES To help students

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