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How to Remember the First Ten AmendmentsMs. Kelli Langel
One Bun Two Shoe Three Tree Four Door Five Hive Six Sticks Seven Heaven Eight Date Nine Line Ten Hen
First Amendment Freedom of Speech, Press, Religion, and PetitionOne = Bun
Second Amendment Right to Keep and Bear Arms Two = Shoe
Third Amendment No soldiers can be quartered in private homes without the permission of the owner. Three = Tree
Fourth Amendment Protection against unreasonable search and seizureFour = Door
Fifth Amendment Due process, double jeopardy, self-incrimination, eminent domain. Five = Hive Due Process Eminent Domain Double Jeopardy Self Incrimination
Sixth Amendment Criminal Proceedings/ Rights Upon Arrest Six = Sticks
Seventh Amendment Civil Trials Seven = Heaven
Eighth Amendment Prohibition of excessive bail, as well as cruel and unusual punishment 8 = Date
The Ninth Amendment Unenumerated Rights Nine = Line Amendments
The Federal GovernmentThe Tenth Amendment Powers reserved to the States Ten = Hen The States The Federal Government
Nine Line Amendments
The Federal GovernmentTen Hen The States The Federal Government
The Federal GovernmentThe States The Federal Government
Jeopardy Q 1 Q 6 Q 11 Q 16 Q 21 Q 2 Q 7 Q 12 Q 17 Q 22 Q 3 Q 8 Q 13
Chapter Four – The Bill of Rights Section One
Copy these notes Bill of Rights Amendments 1-5
Learning Log 9-17 Read the Supreme Court case below and answer these questions. How do you feel about the case? How you think the Supreme Court ruled?
ABC Technology Project
Bill of Rights guarantees personal liberties
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American Gov’t 2nd period
1st Amendment: Freedom of Speech
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Bill of Rights the first 10 amendments
THE BILL OF RIGHTS TO THE TUNE OF “HERE WE GO THE MULBERRY BUSH”
Miranda v. Arizona. First Amendment [Religion, Speech, Press, Assembly, Petition] Second Amendment [Right to Bear Arms] Third Amendment [Quartering of.
Bill of Rights.
Bill of Rights. There was still many debates about the constitution There was still many debates about the constitution Federalists- pro constitution.
The Constitution of the United States. This is the Preamble (or introduction) of the Constitution.
BILL OF RIGHTS.
UNIT4 BILL OF RIGHTS.
The Bill of Rights.
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