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BLOG Help your students understand the Preamble as never before even as they engage in critical analysis skills, examining the Enumerated Powers of Congress as listed in Article I by comparing them to the goals of government found in the Preamble. Full instructions included in this blog post to help you take your Constitution teaching to the next level!

BLOG Help your students understand the Preamble as never before even as they engage in critical analysis skills, examining the Enumerated Powers of Congress as listed in Article I by comparing them to the goals of government found in the Preamble. Full instructions included in this blog post to help you take your Constitution teaching to the next level!

The Governor of Tennessee Must Obey Tennessee Law: No State Insurance Exchange! https://publiushuldah.wordpress.com/2012/12/12/the-governor-of-tennessee-must-obey-tennessee-law-no-state-insurance-exchange/

The Governor of Tennessee Must Obey Tennessee Law: No State Insurance Exchange!

The President’s Enumerated Powers - Rulemaking by Executive Agencies & Executive Orders - Freedom Outpost

The blue rug looks like it was during President Clinton's era. I love photos of offices and I couldn't think of one that was more famous.

Override: Missouri House Votes to Nullify Federal Gun Control | The perpetual view's Blog

Override: Missouri House Votes to Nullify Federal Gun Control

Override: Missouri House Votes to Nullify Federal Gun Control - Tenth Amendment Center

This Constitution project is intended to help students gain a much better understanding of the ways in which Congress actually uses its powers!  Students will choose an enumerated power, research 21st century uses of it, analyze a news article of their choosing, and write an original news article of their own demonstrating a fictitious use of another enumerated power. This U.S. government project includes detailed instructions and scaffolded support.

Constitution Project: Article I Enumerated Powers Analysis and Creative Writing

This Constitution project is intended to help students gain a much better understanding of the ways in which Congress actually uses its powers! Students will choose an enumerated power, research 21st century uses of it, analyze a news article of their choosing, and write an original news article of their own demonstrating a fictitious use of another enumerated power. This U.S. government project includes detailed instructions and scaffolded support.

Make the “Powers of Congress” come alive in your classroom with the fun and engaging activity. After a brief presentation of the Enumerated and Implied powers of Congress, each student will then create a “quilt” piece for one of the enumerated powers of Congress. They will present their assigned piece to the class and then hang it on the wall to create a classroom quilt. TES

Powers of Congress Classroom Quilt Activity (Quiz)

Make the "Powers of Congress" come alive in your classroom with the fun and engaging activity. After a brief presentation of the Enumerated and Implied powers

The President’s Enumerated Powers - Rulemaking by Executive Agencies & Executive Orders

The President’s Enumerated Powers - Rulemaking by Executive Agencies & Executive Orders

Help your students understand the Preamble as never before through critical analysis skills and examining the powers of Congress listed in Article I.  Reading the Constitution is one thing, but thinking carefully and critically about it is far more valuable! This Preamble worksheet will give teachers the tools they need to help students analyze the Enumerated Powers of Congress. Many students find the Enumerated Powers rather boring, but there's no reason for it, not with this workshe...

U.S. Constitution Analysis: Preamble and Enumerated Powers Worksheet

Help your students understand the Preamble as never before even as they engage in critical analysis skills, examining the Enumerated Powers of Congress as

Though I’m not certain the questioner intended to put Trump’s conservatism to the test, he did and Trump flunked. Two of those three issues should have nothing whatsoever to do with the federal government. I’m speaking of healthcare and education, neither of which can be found among the federal government’s enumerated powers. According to the tenth amendment, those powers should be left “to the States respectively; or to the People.”

Article about Donald Trump and his unconstitutional legislative priorities.

Our nation has become so ignorant of the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and the reasons for their existence that we seem to take acts from Congress and the President as always being lawful, right, and within the bounds of their enumerated powers.

Misuse of Presidential Power

Our nation has become so ignorant of the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and the reasons for their existence that we seem to take acts from Congress and the President as always being lawful, right, and within the bounds of their enumerated powers.

January 18, 2016 How a balanced budget amendment would give the federal government lawful power over whatever they want By Publius Huldah http://www.renewamerica.com/columns/huldah/160118

How a balanced budget amendment would give the federal government lawful power over whatever they want

Help your students understand the Preamble as never before even as students engage in critical analysis skills, examining the powers of Congress listed in Article I.  Reading the Constitution is one thing, but thinking carefully and critically about it is far more valuable! This worksheet will give teachers the tools they need to help students analyze the Enumerated Powers of Congress. Many students find the Enumerated Powers rather boring, but there's no reason for it, not with this…

U.S. Constitution Analysis: Preamble and Enumerated Powers Worksheet

Help your students understand the Preamble as never before even as they engage in critical analysis skills, examining the Enumerated Powers of Congress as