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Learning Exercise

Material: Active Learning with PowerPoint
Submitted by: McGraw-Hill Learning Solutions on Nov 11, 2008
Date Last Modified: Nov 11, 2008
Title: Active Learning with PowerPoint- MERLOT CLASSIC
Description: This assignment explores local and state politics.
Type of Task: Student-centered
Time Required 60 Minutes
Topics: State and Local Politics: State and Local Governments
Course: American Government
Audience: College General Ed
Learning Objectives: Examine the relationship between state and local governments.
Technical Notes: Author Robert Downs
Text of Learning Exercise: Active Learning with PowerPoint- Jeopardy Game Working in groups, students will use the information provided at the site to develop a PowerPoint Jeopardy game revolving around State and Local Politics. Questions will be about the structure of the state government, the relationship between state and local governments and will involve the major types of local government.
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