Welcome to the Master level Learning Adventures.
This is a great level for those who know a lot about our Government but want to brush up on key concepts.
Learn how the Federal and state governments share power.
How is a law actually made? What’s the whole process like? That depends, of course, on what type of law we're talking about. For this example, we'll look at a simple example of how a bill introduced in the House of Representatives becomes a public law.
In this Learning Adventure, we’ll examine what parts of the Constitution give the branches of the Federal Government their specific powers. Those three parts are Article I, Article II, and Article III.
In this Learning Adventure, we will be learning about the election process for Federal officials, specifically the President and Vice President, Senators, and Representatives. Information about specific candidates and their campaigns or political parties and their platforms will not be found here.
In these Learning Adventures, we will be learning about important Historical Documents that helped to shape the United States as a Nation. These documents include: