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Jeopardy Bill of RightsBill of Rights2 Terms Checks&Balances Pot Luck Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from Bill of Rights Guarantees freedom of speech, press and religion
$100 Answer from Bill of Rights 1 st Amendment
$200 Question from Bill of Rights True/False: Congress is permitted to veto the judicial branch’s decisions.
$200 Answer from Bill of Rights False
$300 Question from Bill of Rights How are amendments arranged in the Constitution?
$300 Answer from Bill of Rights In the order they were adopted
$400 Question from Bill Rights Requires police officers to get a search warrant in order to conduct a legal search of your home.
$400 Answer from Bill of Rights 4 th Amendment
$500 Question from Bill of Rights states that you cannot be forced to incriminate yourself to a law enforcement officer, judge, or jury
$500 Answer from Bill of Rights 5 th Amendment
$100 Question from Bill of Rights 2 guarantees the right to keep and bear arms
$100 Answer from Bill of Rights 2 2 nd Amendment
$200 Question from Bill of Rights 2 The President’s power to veto an act of Congress is an example of:
$200 Answer from Bill of Rights 2 Checks and Balances
$300 Question from Bill of Rights 2 Power being distributed among 3 independent branches of government is called:
$300 Answer from Bill of Rights 2 Separation of Power
$400 Question from Bill of Rights 2 Outlaws the use of cruel and unusual punishment for any crime you commit
$400 Answer from Bill of Rights 2 8th Amendment
$500 Question from Bill of Rights 2 The President’s Cabinet is an example of Constitutional change by:
$500 Answer from Bill of Rights 2 unwritten custom
$100 Question from Terms The formal rejection of legislation by a chief executive.
$100 Answer from Terms veto
$200 Question from Terms The power of a court to determine whether laws and other government actions are constitutional or lawful.
$200 Answer from Terms judicial review
$300 Question from Terms Principal which states governing authority comes from the people.
$300 Answer from Terms popular sovereignty
$400 Question from Terms A formal organization of people who seek to influence government actions and policies by winning election to office.
$400 Answer from Terms political party
$500 Question from Terms A group of people seeking to advance their own concerns.
$500 Answer from Terms faction
$100 Question from Checks & Balances Constitutional check congress has over the Supreme Court
$100 Answer from Checks and Balances impeachment and removal or approval of appointment
$200 Question from Checks and Balances Constitutional check that the executive branch holds over the legislative branch
$200 Answer from Checks and Balances Veto power
$300 Question from Checks and Balances Constitutional check that the judicial branch has over the legislative branch
$300 Answer from Checks and Balances Declare any law passed to be unconstitutional
$400 Question from Checks and Balances Which branch of the Federal government plays the largest role in the formal amendment process?
$400 Answer from Checks and Balances Legislative Branch
$500 Question from Checks and Balances Which branch of government holds the “power of the purse”? (approves spending)
$500 Answer from Checks and Balances Legislative Branch
$100 Question from Pot Luck What must be shown to a judge in order to obtain a search warrant to search someone’s property.
$100 Answer from Pot Luck probable cause
$200 Question from Pot Luck The number of votes needed in each house of congress in order for an amendment to be proposed.
$200 Answer from Pot Luck 2/3 (290 votes in the House And 67 votes in the Senate)
$300 Question from Pot Luck Establishes the powers of the National Government to be superior to those of the states
$300 Answer from Pot Luck supremacy clause (article VI)
$400 Question from Pot Luck Freedom of assembly is a 1 st Amendment but may be legally broken up when protesters:
$400 Answer from Pot Luck Threaten public safety
$500 Question from Pot Luck Court case which established the Supreme Courts power of judicial review.
$500 Answer from Pot Luck Marbury v. Madison
Final Jeopardy Describe the 2 ways an amendment can be proposed and the 2 ways in which an amendment can be ratified.
Final Jeopardy Answer Proposed by: 2/3 vote of each house of congress National convention requested by 2/3 of the states Ratified by: ¾ of state legislatures Conventions held in ¾ of the states
Chapter 3: The Constitution of the United States of America
THE US CONSTITUTION (#1B) Details the structure of a government Oldest national constitution in use today Although short…it describes the structures/powers.
Constitution Test Review. What was the name of the first Constitution? The Articles of Confederation The Articles of Confederation.
Make a T-chart discussing pros and cons of creating the constitution
Government, Chapter 3 The Constitution
Welcome! Ch 3 Review…. Ch 3 Review Game Vocabulary Extended Response Multiple Choice Final Jeopardy.
Aim: How was the United States Government designed after the Constitutional Convention of 1787? Do Now: What can you tell about the US Government from.
U.S. Government Terms.
American Government Unit 3: Foundations of American Government
Chapter 3: The Constitution
Know the qualifications and terms of each of the following Legislative, executive, judicial.
The constitution is known as “The _________ Law of the Land”
What does the 27 th amendment establish? ALD? Congress cannot give itself a pay raise during its current session Accountability Limited Government.
Constitution Review. What are the three branches of government? Legislative Executive Judicial.
AMENDING THE CONSTITUTION Method most often used: 1.) Propose (suggest) change by 2/3 of both House of Representatives and US Senate. 2.) Ratify (approve/pass)
CONSTITUTION QUIZ TCH 347 Social Studies in the Elementary School 9/21/ TCH 347 Social Studies Methods.
30 pt5 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 Constitution Principles Congress.
Introduction to Government. Why do we need a government? What does a government do? What are citizens? What are the responsibilities of a citizen? What.
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