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Students need to fill in the gaps and answer the question at the end of the video.
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In this video you will learn about how power is divided in the US government.
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3 minutes 50 seconds
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The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Upper-intermediate (B2)
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This resource is intended for:Adults
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1. Fill the gap.
Have you ever wondered who has theto make laws or punish people whothem?
2. Fill the gap.
When we think ofin the United States, we usually think of thebut he does not act alone.
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When the American Revolution ended in 1783, the United Stateswas in a state of change.
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...the discussions were centered on having a strong national government that protectedand did not
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When the new constitution wasin 1787,
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This would ensure that no onewould ever become too powerful because the other branches would always be able to check the …
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These branches work together tothe country and set guidelines for us all to live by.
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This is better known as the U.S.
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… but it is also responsible for approving federal judges and justices, passing the nationaland declaring
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Theis described in Article 2 of the Constitution.
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...President and Vice President, who are responsible forthethat Congress sets forth.
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...making important decisions within their area of expertise, such astheand homeland security.
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The third brand of the U.S. government is theand is detailed in Article 3.
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Supreme Court,among states, hearsfrom state and federal courts, and determines if federal laws are constitutional
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Our democracy depends on an informed
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whether it is to serve on ain court, oryour Congress person to pass or defeat an idea for a law.
17. Guess the end.
What are the three branches of government in the United States?
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