Presentation on theme: "Questions for the Redesigned Citizenship Test*"— Presentation transcript:
1 Questions for the Redesigned Citizenship Test* Quiz: The 3 Branches of GovernmentAre you ready?Let’s begin!Click here for the first question*These questions are on the Redesigned Citizenship Test that will be offered after October 1, For more information, see
3 We elect a U.S. Senator for how many years? 24Yes!Clickhere68
4 Why do some states have more Representatives than other states? because of the date the state was added to the unionbecause of the number of votesbecause of the number of SenatorsYes!Clickherebecause of the state’s population
5 Who makes federal laws? Yes! Congress the President the Cabinet Clickherethe Presidentthe Cabinetthe Judicial branch
6 What is the name of the Speaker of the House of Representatives now? Richard CheneyHilary ClintonYes!ClickhereNancy PelosiJohn Roberts
7 How many U.S. Senators are there? 50100Yes!Clickhere435535
8 What does the President’s Cabinet do? makes lawsexplains lawsYes!Clickhereadvises the Presidentbecomes President if the President can no longerserve
9 We elect a President for how many years? 24Yes!Clickhere68
10 In what month do we vote for President? JanuaryJulyOctoberYes!ClickhereNovember
11 What are the two parts of the U.S. Congress? the Senate and House of RepresentativesYes!Clickherejudicial and executive branchesthe President and Cabinetlegislative and executive branches
12 If the President can no longer serve, who becomes President? the Chief Justicethe CabinetYes!Clickherethe Vice Presidentthe Speaker of the House
13 Who is the Chief Justice of the United States? Richard CheneyNancy PelosiYes!ClickhereJohn G. Roberts, Jr.John McCain
14 What does the judicial branch do? explains lawsYes!Clickheremakes lawssigns lawsvetoes laws
15 Who is in charge of the executive branch? the Vice Presidentthe PresidentYes!Clickherethe Chief Justicethe Speaker of the House
16 The House of Representatives has how many voting members? 50100Yes!Clickhere435535
17 Which is a Cabinet-level position? the Speaker of the Housethe Chief JusticeYes!Clickherethe Secretary of Educationthe Vice President
18 Who does a U.S. Senator represent? all people of the stateYes!Clickhereonly citizens in a stateonly democratsonly republicans
19 What is the highest court in the United States? appellate courtdistrict courtYes!Clickherethe Supreme Courtcircuit court
20 Who signs bills to become laws? the Speaker of the Housethe Vice Presidentthe Chief JusticeYes!Clickherethe President
21 We elect a U.S. Representative for how many years? 2Yes!Clickhere468
22 If both the President and the Vice President can no longer serve, who becomes President? the Speaker of the HouseYes!Clickherethe Chief Justicethe CabinetCongress
23 How many justices are on the Supreme Court? 59Yes!Clickhere1250
24 Who vetoes bills? Yes! the President the Chief Justice Clickherethe Chief Justicethe Vice Presidentthe Speaker of the House
25 This is the end. How did you do? Not so good.OK, butnot great.Good!ClickhereClickhereClickhere
26 Study hard and then try again! Oh no! You really need to study some more. You should practice the questions every day. It’s OK – I know you can do it! Ask your teacher if you need some help. You can also try:Making flashcards of the questions.Having a family member ask you the questions.Study hard and then try again!
27 Study hard and then try again! OK, you know some of the questions but not all of them. So, good job but you need to practice more.You can try:Making flashcards of the questions.Having a family member ask you the questions.Study hard and then try again!
28 Congratulations!Good Job!You did a great job! Keep studying the questions so that you don’t forget what you’ve learned!
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