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THIS IS Welcome Contestants... Today ’ s 100 200 300 400 500 Amendments 1Amendments 2 Supreme Court CitizenshipVocabulary Grab Bag.

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4 Welcome Contestants... Today ’ s

5 100 200 300 400 500 Amendments 1Amendments 2 Supreme Court CitizenshipVocabulary Grab Bag

6 Which amendment protects the rights of Americans to express themselves symbolically? A 100

7 1st A 100

8 The 8 th amendment protects citizens from A 200

9 Cruel and unusual punishment A 200

10 This amendment protects citizens from self-incrimination A 300

11 5th A 300

12 Which amendment have African Americans, women and other minority groups used to fight for equality? A 400

13 14 th Amendment A 400

14 Which amendment stated the right to vote could not be denied based on race or color? A 500

15 15 th Amendment A 500

16 This amendment ended slavery… B 100

17 13th B 100

18 The 19th amendment did what? B 200

19 Gave women suffrage (voting rights) B 200

20 Which amendment guarantees all citizens equal protection under the law? B 300

21 14th B 300

22 This amendment guarantees everyone the right to a speedy and public trial and right to a lawyer B 400

23 6th B 400

24 This amendment guarantees all those accused of a crime to due process of law & protects against double jeopardy. B 500

25 5th B 500

26 This Supreme Court case established everyone ’ s right to an attorney… C 100

27 Gideon v. Wainright C 100

28 Which Supreme Court case established the right to remain silent? C 200

29 Miranda v. Arizona C 200

30 What were the two outcomes of New Jersey vs. TLO? C 300

31 -Established more lenient procedures for schools to search students -Reduced students right to privacy C 300


33 What was the outcome of Texas v. Johnson? C 400

34 Protected ones right to burn the American Flag as a demonstration of freedom of expression (speech) C 400

35 How does the Supreme Court protect the rights of all Americans? C 500

36 They determine if laws are unconstitutional and violate the rights of Americans C 500

37 What cant an alien do that an American citizen can? (2 things) D 100

38 Vote and run for public office D 100

39 What must one do/be to become a naturalized citizen? D 200

40 -18 years old -Live in the U.S. for 5 of years -Pass test with 60% correct D 200

41 Do aliens have the same protections under law as citizens? Explain D 300

42 YES! Still protected by the Constitution and Bill of Rights D 300

43 List three responsibilities of a citizen D 400

44 -Jury Duty -Vote -Promote common good -Work -Serve in military -Pledge allegiance to U.S. -Obtain an education D 400

45 What ’ s the difference between a citizen right and responsibility? D 500

46 Right is guaranteed by law and a responsibility is an expectation of citizens D 500

47 Tinker v. Des Moines protected student’s rights to… E 100

48 Symbolic Speech/Freedom of Expression in schools E 100

49 What was the outcome of Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier? E 200

50 Student’s rights to freedom of press & freedom of speech can be limited (School newspapers) E 200

51 What is double jeopardy? E 300

52 Being charged with the exact same crime twice E 300

53 Amendment: Protects citizens from unreasonable searches by police… E 400

54 4th E 400

55 What is the difference between the Free Exercise Clause and the Establishment Clause of the 1 st Amendment? E 500

56 1.Free Exercise Clause- right to practice any religion you want or none 2.Establishment Clause- Congress may not establish any religion (Separation of Church & State) E 500

57 Which Supreme Court case ruled that government exercise of ‘prior restraint’ over the press is unconstitutional? F 100

58 New York Times v. U.S. F 100

59 Someone ’ s right to peacefully protest the government is protected by what? F 200

60 1st Amendment: Freedom of Assembly F 200

61 Which Supreme Court Case allowed the government to limit freedom of speech during War time? F 300

62 Schenk v. United States F 300

63 When is Freedom of Speech limited? F 400

64 When it violates someone else ’ s rights. F 400

65 Why is citizen participation essential to the success of Democracy? F 500

66 The more citizens that vote and run for office will help make sure the best candidate is elected. F 500

67 The Final Jeopardy Category is: Constitution Principles Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin

68 How does the Supreme Court protect the rights and liberties of citizens? Click on screen to continue

69 Answers Will Vary

70 Thank You for Playing Jeopardy! Game Designed By C. Harr-MAIT

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