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Federalism and Lawmaking: Claim Your Powers State v. Federal Government

Posted By Jennifer Bloom On October 22, 2013 @ 10:48 pm In | Comments Disabled

This lesson focuses on the basic concepts of federalism and lawmaking.  It explores powers reserved to the states and those given to the federal government through discussion and a “Claim your Powers” activity.  It also reviews the federal and Minnesota constitutional amendment process and the legislative lawmaking processes.  Students are introduced to federalism and lawmaking through a instructional video.

Federalism and Lawmaking Powerpoint [1]

Federalism and Lawmaking Claim Your Powers State v. Federal Government [2]


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[1] Federalism and Lawmaking Powerpoint: http://teachingcivics.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/Federalism-and-Lawmaking-supports-Claim-your-Powers-Activity.pptx

[2] Federalism and Lawmaking Claim Your Powers State v. Federal Government: http://teachingcivics.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/Federalism-and-Lawmaking-Claim-Your-Powers-State-v.-Federal-Government.docx

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