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  • study time
  • where am I?
  • Declaration of Independence
  • Francine was very stressed that she had a test on many things. Her sister Caroline was trying to sleep but she couldn't. She kept hearing Francine saying "ugh!" and "oh my goodness!". Both sisters eventually fell asleep. Francine had her IPad on her chest, turned on, with her history e-book.
  • Connecticut Compromise
  • Francine woke up in a strange place, didn't understand a thing. She noticed a man standing besides her. James Madison? No, it cant be. Can it? YES!!
  • classroom?
  • Separation of Powers
  • Francine and James walked into the building. Inside, there were 56 men, ready to sign the Declaration of Independence. James had told Francine that they were in 1776. The document was signed on July 4th! She remembered studying that for her quiz. These men were delegates, people authorized to represent others.
  • branches of government
  • three branches of government: -legislative -executive -judicial
  • Francine was suddenly in a new room, new time, and with new people. She overheard them arguing about the Connecticut Compromise. She remembered the dates of this event from her study guide, July 16, 1787. Connecticut's delegates established a two-house leisure.
  • After seeing the amazing process of the Connecticut Compromise, Francine teleported into a classroom. It seemed like 2017, the present year. The 7th grade class was learning about the Separation of Powers. The Separation of Powers is an act of vesting the legislative, executive, and judicial powers of government in separate bodies.
  • The legislative branch is the part of the United States government that writes, debates, and passes laws. The executive branch is the branch of the federal and state government that is responsible for implementing, supporting, and enforcing the laws made by the legislative branch. The judicial branch interprets the laws which are made by the legislative branch and enforced by the executive branch.
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