Name the 3 branches of government?
- Judge, Elective, Legislative
- Judicial, Executive, Legislative
- Governor, Senate, President
The three branches are legislative, executive, and judicial. Each branch has different roles and responsibilities. All three branches work together to make our government work.
Branches of Government
legislative: The branch of government responsible for making laws. executive: The branch of government responsible for enforcing laws. judicial: The branch of government responsible for interpreting laws.
Which branch of government do you think is most important?
The Constitution of the United States established the three branches of government. The President is the head of the executive branch. The Supreme Court is the highest court in the judicial branch.
What is something important that you have learned about the three branches of government?
What are the attributes you need to be a leader?
If could have a job in the government which job would you want to do?