Complete all tasks by answering questions, checking off each special objective, and gather information for your presentation.
-Presentation should be displayed on a tri-fold board and should include five facts about each branch.
Check the "Process" to use the websites to answer each question.
1. Who is the leader of the Executive Branch?
2. How long does a term last for the President?
3. What are the three requirements that a candidate must meet to run for the Presidency?
4. Who will take over the role of the President should anything happen to the current President?
5. How many people make up the Cabinet of the President? Who are they?
- Legislative Branch
1. What article of the Constitution discusses the details that makes up the Legislative Branch
2. What is the total number of members in the House of Representatives? How many Senators?
3. What are the three requirements that a candidate must meet to run for Representatives? Senators?
4. What member of the Executive Branch acts as the head of the Senate?
5. What can the Legislative Branch do that the other two branches cannot do?
- Judicial Branch
1. What two types of cases do judges usually hear?
2. Who makes the final decision on the verdict of a criminal case?
3. What is an appeal?
4. Who appoints the Supreme Court Justice nominee? Who approves him/her?
5. How long do Supreme Court Justices serve?
Complete your presentation boards and prepare your speeches to be given at the end of our NEXT class period.