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CE-Notes 23-24. DO NOW-Bill of Rights Sheet Week 5: Do Now 1.Which branch has the power to veto laws? 2.Which branch has the power to override a veto?

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1 CE-Notes 23-24

2 DO NOW-Bill of Rights Sheet

3 Week 5: Do Now 1.Which branch has the power to veto laws? 2.Which branch has the power to override a veto? 3.What are the two parts of Congress?

4 Necessary and Proper Clause “Three Branches of Government” Handout # 54.

5 CE Notes 23-24

6 Objectives SWBAT describe how the Constitution can be changed. SWBAT explain the meaning behind the changes to the Constitution after the Bill of Rights (Amendments 11-27)

7 VOTE 2.04 NC Standard 2.04 Describe how the United States Constitution may be changed and analyze the impact of specific changes.

8 RAP 23 1.What is the name for the first 10 Amendments to the Constitution? 2.What does it mean to be “flexible?” 3.To amend means to __________ the Constitution. 4.Constitutional flexibility means that the Constitution can be changed (Amended) so it continues to reflect the will of the people.

9 How to Amend! The process for amending the Constitution is stated in Article IV (4) of the US Constitution.

10 Pg. 23 To PROPOSE an Amendment : By 2/3 vote in both the House and the Senate

11 Pg. 23 To RATIFY an Amendment: ¾ of the state legislatures FYI: That would mean at least 38 out of 50 States would have to approve the Amendment for the Constitution to be changed.

12 Does it become an amendment if… yes or no Only 1/3 of the House and 1/3 of the Senate vote to propose the Amendment?______ 2/3 of the House proposes the Amendment, but only 1/3 of the Senate votes to propose an Amendment? ______ 2/3 of the House and Senate propose, but only ¼ of the state legislatures ratify?____ 2/3 of the House and Senate propose and ¾ of the state legislatures ratify?_____ 2/3 of the House and Senate ratify and the President signs the Amendment?____

13 Put on the Amendments 11-27 handout AMENDMENTS Amendment 11: Supreme court will hear law suits between states Amendment 12: If there is a tie in the electoral college the House picks the President and the Senate picks the VP.

14 Notes 24 Amendments 13-15 were ratified following the Civil War Amendment 13: Ends Slavery Amendment 14: Gives all citizens “Equal Protection Under the Laws,” this is later used to end segregation. Amendment 15: Gives ALL Men the right to vote “Suffrage”, even former slaves.

15 ________Amendment Ended slavery in the United States

16 ______ Amendment Equal protection under the law –Everyone must be treated equally –Everyone is a citizen of the US Applied the Bill of Rights to the States

17 _______Amendment Cannot be denied the right to vote based on race, or previous condition of servitude All men can vote

18 Notes 24 Amendment 16: Congress can collect the Income Tax Amendment 17: Senators will now be elected by people in each state and NOT by the state legislatures Amendment 18: Prohibition/Volstead Act-- Prohibits the sale or use of Alcohol Amendment 19: Women’s Suffrage (get the right to vote in 1920)

19 ________Amendment Women gain suffrage (right to vote)

20 Do Now= Bill of Rights Review Sheet

21 Notes 24 Amendment 20: Moves up the Presidential inauguration Jan 20 instead of March. Amendment 21: Repeals the 18th Amendment and allows the sale and consumption of alcohol. Amendment 22: Presidents can only serve 2 terms in office (Max 10 yrs) Amendment 23: Washington DC now gets to have 3 representatives/Electors in the Electoral College.

22 Notes 20 Amendment 24: Prohibits the use of a poll tax (tax you have to pay to vote) Amendment 25: Presidential succession: If the president dies, the vice president becomes president. Amendment 26: Makes 18 the national voting age Amendment 27: Prevents Congress from raising its pay before the end of their term. –If they raise their pay, it only goes into effect after an election.

23 _________ Amendment No poll taxes –Cannot be forced to pay a fee in order to vote

24 _________Amendment All citizens 18 years of age and older have the right to vote

25 Amendment Charades You will draw 2-3 Amendments out of the bag. You will have 5 min with your group to plan your Act. You will have 30 seconds to perform your act. If do a particularly good job you will earn a reward. The other teams will guess. Points are given to teams when they guess correctly.

26 Index Card 1.Which Amendment was NOT ratified following the Civil War to improve the treatment of slaves? A.13 B.14 C.12 D.15

27 EXIT SLIP Which amendment do you think is the most important? Why? Which ammendment would you be most willing to give up? Why?

28 Index Card 2.Which of the following Amendments gave women suffrage? A.20th B.19th C.18th D.15th

29 Index Card 3.Which of the following most accurately describes the process required for Amending the Constitution? A.2/3 of Legislature proposes the Amendment which then must be ratified by 3/4 of the states B.President proposes and the Legislature ratifies the amendment C.Supreme court proposes and 2/3 of the Legislature ratify the Amendment D.3/4 of the states propose an amendment which then must be ratified by a 2/3 vote in the Legislature


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