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     POLITICAL SCIENCE 1
     Spring, 2002 (April 3, 2002)

   CONGRESS AND THE
    CALIFORNIA STATE
    LEGISLATURE (TS4)

OUTLINE, PAGES 814 AND 815: LEGISLATORS--CONGRESS AND CALIFORNIA

OUTLINE, PAGE 819
NAMES AND NUMBERS--CONGRESS & COURTS

 United States Constitution and Bill of Rights
  Chart B2:  Branches of  U.S. Government
Chart L2:  Levels of U.S. Government

101.   Basic Congress Study Guide + Mr. Green's Notes--Congress: House of Representatives

          101A.  Find Your Voting Districts--fill in ONLY  the two boxes with the red stars

          101B.  Find Your Federal Legislators from California using Vote-Smart

          101C.  Find Your California State Elected Officials in California from Vote-Smart

          101D.  Who Represents You at the Federal  and State Levels of Government ?

102.    E.  Congress and California Legislature Study Guide, without links
          F.  Powers of Congress Study Guide--Both Chambers and  Senate only;  House only

103.    G.  Congress Study Guide, with links
          H.  Federal Level:  Legislative Branch/Congress--facts and terms in boldface

104.    J.   Glossary:  legislative and judicial branch (scroll to chapters 5, 6, 4 and 9)
          K.  Congressional (and other) Definitions--which terms are in Gitelson, chapter 10?

105.    L.   Cara's Gitelson, chapter 10 fill-in quiz
          M.  Pages 814, 815, 838:  Practice Quiz--Legislative Branch and Institutions of the U.S. Government
          N.  Houghton Mifflin, 6th edition Practice Tests
          P.  Houghton Mifflin, 5th edition Gitelson Chapter Overviews

106.   Page 814:  Impeachment

107.   Study Guides for the entire semester

          P. Jane Harman (D), especially parts A, B, D,K, L, M on Congress

          Q. Steven Kuykendall (R), especially parts A, D, E, F, H on Congress

          R. Three branches: powers and restrictions, complete

          S. Flagburning controversy (sections E,F,G,J,K)