discuss how the U.S. Constitution creates a balance between state and national governments as well as a division of powers among the various branches of government.

discuss how the U.S. Constitution creates a balance between state and national governments as well as a division of powers among the various branches of government.

Considering the American experience and dissatisfaction with an all-powerful national government during colonialism and the lack of cohesion and national power under the Articles of Confederation, discuss how the U.S. Constitution creates a balance between state and national governments as well as a division of powers among the various branches of government.

In responding to your classmates, discuss if the division of power between the states and national government is now out of balance. If so, what steps can we take to restore the balance? Where do we draw the line between the national government providing a uniform set of conditions for all citizens and being intrusive?

Assignment Instructions

This is the last piece of your class project. Imagine the presentation has been approved by the president and will be publicly published to sell the president’s ideas.See the overview of the project for a refresher on the purpose. 

Take your research from the essays and present it in a multimedia presentation using PowerPoint. Here’s a link to instructions on using PowerPoint if you’re new to it. APUS provide access to Office 365. Even if you don’t want to use Microsoft, OfficeOpen Office can also be used to create PowerPoint presentations, . Alternative formats are acceptable too if available to you, such as Prezio or Knovio with free version or free trials.

There is no need to purchase additional software to complete the assignment.

REQUIREMENTS

  • A title slide and reference slide.
  • Each topic will have a four-slide minimum to explain the problem, illustrate the competing solutions, and explain why one is better.
  • At least one use of animation and one sound should be used within the final product.