Day #2 of review for the Government unit test. Winners from Tuesday will square off against each other! Everyone else can formulate their teams.
HOMEWORK: Review for unit test on Monday, February 25
Welcome Mayor West! We look forward to learning more about municipal government – thank you for taking the time to come and speak with us today.
HOMEWORK: Study for Government Unit Test; another review game tomorrow!
*Please submit a question for the mayor
HOMEWORK: Study for government unit test
Let’s talk government! 2 key events have been in the news over the past days – one federal and one provincial.
Let’s talk human rights – what are they and what is the history of human rights in Canada
3. Video intro
4. Guided notes on our history of human rights
HOMEWORK: Continue studying for Government unit test
HOMEWORK: Complete the assignment above; review for unit test
Digital check in! Be ready to show me your organization for the course.
Students will be completing work independently on types of bills in government and how bills become law.
HOMEWORK: Review all powerpoint slides taught in class thus far in preparation for a formative assessment “check in” on Monday (3 branches of government, House of Commons, Senate, Governor General)
ALERT! ALERT! Government Unit Test is scheduled for Thursday, February 21. Let’s put this in your calendar!
We will continue learning about the House of Commons today as well as the Senate – two key components of Parliament and the Legislative Branch.
Be sure to continue adding to your matching vocabulary list!
After we’ve done some work together you will have time to work on the Senate portion of the worksheet you began yesterday.
a) determine if the statement is true or false
b) if the statement is false be sure to CORRECT the statement so it reads TRUE
Yesterday we learned about the Executive Branch at the federal level; today we will begin learning about the Legislative Branch – specifically the House of Commons.
Follow along with the powerpoint and continue matching up vocabulary terms with their definitions
Then you will learn more specifics about the House of Commons by completing this activity using a pamphlet
Today we will begin learning about the federal government – its branches and specific roles. Please download this matching activity as it will help you to learn key vocabulary words