The Federal System: The Division of Power Chapter 8 Section 1
Think What does the government do for its citizens? The Federal System: The Division of Power LEQ: What is Federalism and why is
it an important protection against tyranny? FEDERALISM Sharing of power between a central government and the states that make up a country. States
POWER Central Governme nt RESERVED DELEGATED CONCURRENT
Three Types of Power DELEGATED Power Definition: Powers held by the Federal Government DELEGATED Power Examples:
Declaring war Conducting diplomacy Regulating interstate and foreign trade Coining money Providing for the nations defense RESERVED Power
Definition: Powers kept by the state governments or by the citizens RESERVED Power Examples: Conduct elections
Regulating trade within each state Establishing local governments Regulating education CONCURRENT Power Definition: Powers that
the federal and state governments share CONCURRENT Power Examples: Levy taxes Borrow money Maintain law and order
Provide for citizens welfare DENIED Powers Definition: Powers that neither form of government are permitted
to have DENIED Powers Examples: Pass laws that violate the rights of citizens Granting titles of nobility (King)
Taxing exports United Classrooms of TLAM TLAM has separated itself from the rest of the country and decided to create its own Federal Government. It is your task to be a Founding Student of the United Classrooms of Twin Lakes Academy! Here is how this new government will be organized
The Main Office = Federal Government/Washington D.C. The Teachers = The State Governments Here is your task 1. Name FIVE Delegated powers that the Main Office should have in this new government. 2. Name FIVE Reserved powers that the Teachers should have in this new government.
3. Name THREE Concurrent powers that the Main Office and Teachers should share. 4. Name THREE Denied powers that the Main Office and Teachers are not permitted to have. I assume there will be some changes around here! You and your partner will present your UCTLAM proposal to the class on Friday. Activity Reflection 1. Which group do you believe proposed the
best UCTLAM Federal Government structure of powers and why did they do the best job? 2. What would TLAM be like if there was no division of power between the main office and teachers? 3. How is that similar to what the U.S. would be like without a division of power between the Federal and State Governments?
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