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Visit a country with a rich history of fighting for liberty and independence. Our resource outlines how Mexico's Constitution is written to ensure no one person or branch of government has too much power. Examine article 3 of the Mexican Constitution, which states everyone has the right to an education. Then, explain why the abolishment of slavery was included in the Constitution of 1917. Read the presidential oath of office and determine exactly what the president is promising to do while in office. Explore the departments of the Executive Branch, such as the department of Health, Environment, Tourism, and Agriculture. Gain an understanding of the different political parties in the United Mexican States and what each stands for. Brainstorm the kind of qualities the leader of Mexico should possess. Aligned to your State Standards and written to Bloom's Taxonomy, additional writing tasks, crossword, word search, comprehension quiz and answer key are also included.
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This has been very helpful with a SpEd student and his government class. He is Hispanic and doesn't care about American Government but now that we are comparing and contrasting the two, he is more involved in learning.