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QUICK THINKING! CIVICS GOALS 1 to 3 Lets Begin!
GOAL Civil Bodie Politik comes from which early American document?
Goal What is an example of a direct democracy in early colonial America?
Goal Who used John Lockes idea of life, liberty, and property to explain unalienable rights listed in the Declaration of Independence?
Goal WHAT IS #2 CALLED?
GOAL WHAT COMPROMISE SETTLED THE ISSUE OF REPRESENTATION IN CONGRESS?
Goal Which group favored strict interpretation of the Constitution and supported a Bill of Rights?
GOAL WHAT DOES THE ESTABLISHMENT CLAUSE PROHIBIT?
GOAL IN WHICH GOV T. STYLE DO PEOPLE HAV E THE POWER?
GOAL What is missing? enumerated delegated ???????? Those powers granted to the national government that are actually stated in the Constitution.
GOAL Who is the leader of the House of Representatives?
GOAL ART I WHICH BRANCH? ART II WHICH BRANCH? ART III WHICH BRANCH?
Goal Which amendment (s)? DUE PROCESS and EQUAL PROTECTION UNDER THE LAW!
GOAL NO discrimination in public places like hotels, bus stations, etc court case.
GOAL Which court case outlawed capital punishment?
GOAL Which group believed in a strong, central government? Their leader was Alexander Hamilton.
Goal Which tax type hurts lower income people most? Regressive taxation OR Progressive taxation?
GOAL Which federal agency investigates most airplane crashes?
GOAL Which Constitutional article keeps the Constitution up-to-date by allowing amendments to be added?
Goal In terms of largest to smallest, which is out of place? CONTINENT COUNTY COUNTRY CITY TOWN VILLAGE
GOAL ARE SHERIFFS APPOINTED OR ARE THEY ELECTED IN NORTH CAROLINA?
GOAL WHAT IS IT WHEN VOTERS HAVE THE POWER TO APPROVE OR REJECT A LAW?
GOAL WHICH NC COURT CASE RULED THAT THE STATE CONSTITUTION DOES NOT REQUIRE EQUAL FUNDINGOF SCHOOLS.
GOAL WHICH AMENDMENT EXTENDS RIGHTS TO ALL CITIZENS?
GOAL WHAT IS AN ODDLY SHAPED ELECTION DISTRICT CALLED?
GOAL THE FEDERAL GOVT GIVES MONEY TO STATE GOVERNMENTS TO HELP WITH THE SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM. THIS IS AN EXAMPLE OF WHAT TYPE OF REVENUE?
GOAL WHAT IS AN EXAMPLE OF A GOVERNMENT SERVICE? PUBLIC SCHOOL OR INSTALLATION OF SATELLITE TV?
THE END! EOC IS NEARLY HERE!
2 nd 9 Week Review. Persuasive argument What is the best descriptor of the Declaration of Independence?
Aim: Review for the Test on the Constitution Bring a #2 pencil and a pen Essay Topic: Compromises Extra Credit: Castlelearning Receive an 80 or better.
Page One Colonial Era to Independence Major Reasons why Europeans first came to the New World 1. Religious Freedom 2. Economic Reasons.
Roots of Democracy in America. Magna Carta 1215 English noblemen forced King John to sign Two basic ideas: Even a king must obey law Citizens.
Unit 2: The Constitution of the U.S. (1781 – 1791) Our Democratic Foundations and Constitutional Principles.
Jeopardy Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
7 Basic Principles of the Constitution. 1. Popular Sovereignty All Power is held by the People The power to govern is given through the Constitution (Social.
The U.S. Constitution Representative Democracy Representative Democracy Federalism Federalism Bicameralism Bicameralism Separation of Powers Separation.
Vocab Declaration of Rights- Similar to the Bill of Rights, it outlines the rights of all NC citizens General Assembly- Head of the Legislative Branch,
Government under the Articles of Confederation 1781 A loose alliance of independent states A one-house legislature No executive or judicial branches Only.
North Carolina Constitution. Starter Current version approved 1970; took effect in 1971 Current version approved 1970; took effect in 1971 NC Constitution.
Constitutional Convention When/Where /Who Why September 1787 Congress met for a Constitutional Convention Articles of Confederation were not working A.
Principles of the U.S. Constitution. The Ideas Upon Which Our Government Was Founded Principles of the U.S. Constitution Popular Sovereignty Republicanism.
Forming A New Nation How did Enlightenment Philosophers influence the US Constitution? The FederalistsThe Anti-Federalists.
U.S. Government Terms. Mayflower Compact Agreement signed by Pilgrims before landing at Plymouth in 1620.
What were the Articles of Confederation? 2. What conditions led Americans to change their system of government? 3. What issues were resolved.
North Carolina Government Roots of Government NC State Government Local Government and Finances.
Constitution JEOPARDY!!. Legislative Branch Judicial.
Roots of American Democracy. First Permanent American Colony Jamestown, Virginia. Many colonists in America practiced a different religion than the official.
Constitution Unit. Declaring Independence Figuring out how to run the USA… What’s that? A another plan of government? Eeek… The Constitution Really???
Confederation and Constitution. Documents Influencing Our Constitution Magna Carta (1215) Limited the King’s power Beginning of Parliament Provides due.
CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION Meets in Philadelphia from May to September of President of the Convention- George Washington. Architect of the Constitution-
Hey Mr. G., what are we doing today? I was thinking that we could help each other prepare for our test on Thursday.
WE THE PEOPLE The making of the Constitution. Why Write the Constitution?* People favored a republic – citizens rule through elected representatives Articles.
Friday January 4, 2013 This Day in History 1/4/13.
Review for Chapter 4 Test U.S. History Test Thursday 10/20.
Constitutional Democracy: Promoting Liberty and Self-Government Chapter 2.
Unit 10: Constitution. Articles of Confederation First gov’t of US after Revolution – Unicameral legislature – Each state had one vote. Strong state gov’t.
Unit 1 Philosophical & Historical Origins of the Constitution & Government.
CHAPTER 2 – REVOLUTION AND THE EARLY REPUBLIC 1. Section 2 The War for Independence 2.
A New Nation & Constitution Chapter 2. A New Nation - Migration of British Citizens (17 th - 18 th Century) - The Colonies - Government System of the.
Chapter 7 Section 3 A new plan of government pp
Twisted Sister LifeLiberty Property Pursuit of Happiness.
Friday August 7, 2015 U.S. History/ Mrs. Bartlett.
The Principles of the United States Constitution.
Review 4. What branch of government do regulatory commissions and executive agencies fall under? Executive branch.
AMERICA POST- REVOLUTION ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION-CONSTITUTION.
1 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt Documents.
Article I of the Constitution created the Legislative Branch (Congress) make laws levy taxescoin money regulate tradedeclare war admit new states to the.
Some Challenges of the Convention 1787 –Most people wanted a government that could keep order in a country filled with conflict –Strong enough to protect.
Study Vocab (25 Questions) Study Notes One short answer- Venn on state and Federal Government.
The United States Constitution “Supreme Law of the Land” (written plan of govt. for the entire nation) Chapter 3-3 and Chapter 3-4.
Chapter 12.1 The Federal System. The Constitution and Federalism The original 13 colonies behaved like individual nations. The national gov’t under the.
Civics & Economics Top 100 What every student should know to pass the Civics & Economics EOC Unit 4.
UNIT 2 REVIEW GAME Principles of the Constitution Federal Government State Government Local Government State & Federal.
Overview of U.S. Constitutional Gov’t. Articles and Amendments U.S. Constitution consists of: 7 Articles – Art 1 Legis Branch Art 2 Exec Branch Art 3.
Essential Questions: How does the Preamble illustrate American ideals and principles? How have the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution.
The Important Book About Our United States Government.
Six Principles of American Government. 1. Popular Sovereignty People are the source of gov t power Key aspect of democracy.
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