Ch 11: Georgia State Government

About This Chapter

Watch the video lessons in this chapter to learn about the state government of Georgia. Study the state's constitution, branches of government and methods of citizen participation.

Georgia State Government - Chapter Summary

This chapter's video lessons will refresh your memory of Georgia's state government and how it functions. Our professional and engaging instructors cover the structure of the branches of government. The chapter includes material that explains the key provisions of the state constitution as well. You will also take a look at the many ways that citizens of Georgia can participate in governmental or political activities. Once you finish all of the video lessons, you should be comfortable with:

  • Identifying the major components and amendments of Georgia's constitution
  • Explaining the powers given to the Georgia legislature
  • Listing major agencies and departments of Georgia's executive branch
  • Describing the court system and processes of Georgia's judicial branch
  • Discussing ways Georgia citizens can participate as voters and political candidates

Our instructors and video lessons make learning a clear-cut process that fits your schedule. The videos are typically less than 10 minutes long, and you can review major points by using our jump feature found in the video timelines. We provide lesson transcripts that highlight key terms in bold.

Each of our lessons is accompanied by a short self-assessment quiz as well. You can use these multiple-choice quizzes to check your understanding of the structure and function of the state government in Georgia.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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