Separation of Powers-What`s For Lunch

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WHAT’S FOR LUNCH?
ACTIVITIES
OFFICIAL PROCEDURE for
DECIDING NEW SCHOOL
LUNCH MENU
Lead Chefs suggest
food categories
Menu Writers write the
menu
Lead Chefs approve or
reject the menu
Menu Writers change
rejected menu or
override the Lead Chefs
Nutrition Inspectors
evaluate the menu
Post-Simulation Activities
Who’s Who?
Match your roles in the simulation with real-life roles:
Lead Chef = ?
Congress
Menu Writers = ?
Supreme Court
Nutrition Inspectors = ?
President
Who’s Who?
Match your roles in the simulation with real-life roles:
Lead Chef = President
Menu Writers = Congress
Nutrition Inspectors = Supreme Court
Unscramble It!
Use what you learned in the simulation to put these real-life steps in order:
Congress makes changes
to the bill or overrides
the President’s veto
Congress writes bills
that may become law
Supreme Court
decides whether the
law is constitutional
President sets the
agenda for laws
that are important
President vetoes the bill
or signs it into law
Unscramble It!
Use what you learned in the simulation to put these real-life steps in order:
Congress writes bills
that may become law
Congress makes changes
to the bill or overrides
the President’s veto
President sets the
agenda for laws
that are important
President vetoes the bill
or signs it into law
Supreme Court
decides whether the
law is constitutional
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