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Map, p.140-141 8-1. What is the subject of the map? 8-2. Which states gained representatives after the 2000 census?
Map, page 140 8-3. List three states that lost seats since the last census. 8-4. Which state has the most electoral votes?
Chart, 142 8-5. Which Senate committee appoints judges to the federal courts? 8-6. Which committee deals with the problems facing the airline industry?
Chart, p. 149 8-7. What is the difference between the expressed and implied powers of Congress? 8-8. Which clause gives Congress the power to declare war?
Chart, p. 149 8-9. Which clause gives Congress the power to declare war? 8-10. Which clause allows Congress to govern Washington, D.C.?
Chart, p. 158 9-1. What percentage of the US Senators are women? 9-2. How many House members have a law background?
Chart, p. 160 9-3. Who can introduce bills into Congress? 9-4. What happens to a revised bill?
Chart, p. 168 9-5. Who follows the Speaker of the House in succession? 9-6. Who would become president first: the Secretary of Labor or the Secretary of Commerce?
Citizenship skillbuilder, p. 170 9-7. How many electoral votes did the state of CA have? 9-8. the state of TX?
Citizenship skillbuilder, p. 170 9-9. Which candidate won the election? 9-10. Which candidate won the electoral vote?
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I.Congress is the national legislature. It is bicameral and divided into two parts: The House of Representatives and the Senate.
The Congress Congress = bicameral (2 house) legislature made up of a House of Representatives and a Senate Created by the Great ________________ of 1787.
Expressed Powers -Expressed, Delegated, Enumerated, Exclusive the same Congress and federal gov. only -Powers given to Congress in Article One -Examples:
The Legislative Branch Article I of the Constitution establishes the powers of and limits on Congress.
The Executive Branch (President) Controls the military, appoints and nominates judges and diplomats, heads the government. Can veto bills, but Congress.
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DO NOW: What characteristics or traits should a President have?
Structure of Legislative Branch Congress Bicameral- Has ____ legislative houses –House of _____________- Each state has number of reps based on population.
Powers of Congress. Powers of Congress continued Congress has the power to declare war Congress also deals with rules of naturalization. Naturalization.
Well….at least for 7 th grade!. Article 1: - Legislative Branch Article 2: Executive Branch Article 3 : Judicial Branch Article 4: Relations between.
Midterm Review Civics. Name the Principle of the Constitution: Veto and 2/3 Override Checks and balances.
CONSTITUTION NOTES. First, the basics… 7 Articles (that’s the big ideas) 27 Amendments (things that have changed over the years) any addition to the Constitution.
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Journal 10/16 Why do you think the Senate and House of Representatives have different qualifications?
Warm up 11/13/13 Primary/Secondary 1.Text book 2.A exact copy of the Declaration of Independence 3.A photograph 4.Ring 5.A book that details the events.
Are you ready? Let’s begin! Click here for the first question History/Civics Question for the Citizenship Test Quiz: The 3 Branches of Government.
Article I Legislative Branch. Article I Establishes a bicameral (2 house) legislature 1.House of Representatives (Virginia Plan) 2.Senate (New Jersey.
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Get a piece of scrap paper Number from 1 to 49 Let’s see what you know! Which one are you?
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