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Jeopardy Civics Test 1 Review

Jeopardy Civics Test 1 Review



Nardone's Civics Class

Nardone's Civics Class
Unit One Review for Test 1



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    • Gov’t Gov’t Political Magna Gov’t Structure Roles Spectrum Carta History 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500
    • What Are The 3 Levels Of Government?
    • Federal, Provincial, Local
    • What are the 3 Branches of Government
    • Judicial, Executive, Legislative
    • Which level of Government is responsible for issuing Driver’s licenses?
    • Provincial
    • For what 3 areas is the Judicial Branch responsible?
    • Supreme, Federal, and Provincial Court
    • Name the members of the Legislative Branch.
    • Queen, Senate, House of Commons.
    • What is the Official Title of the Queen’s Representative in each Province?
    • Lieutenant Governor
    • What is it called when the Governor General of Canada signs a Bill to make it a Law?
    • Royal Assent
    • What is the difference between an MP and an MPP?
    • An MP is a federal Member of Parliament and an MPP is a Provincial Member of Parliament
    • What is the title of Canada’s Head of State?
    • Queen or King
    • What is the main role of the Canadian Senate?
    • To give a 2ndlook at a Bill before allowing it to go for Royal Assent
    • What are the 3 main divisions of the Political Spectrum?
    • Left, Center, Right
    • Where do the NDP, Liberals, and Progressive Conservative fit on the Political Spectrum?
    • NDP-Left, Liberals-Center, Progressive Conservatives-Right
    • Where would a government fit on the Spectrum if they believed in looking after those who are powerless and disadvantaged?
    • Left
    • Where would a government fit on the Spectrum if they believed the economy should be a mix of public and private enterprise?
    • Center
    • Name 3 beliefs of a Right Wing Government.
    • 1.Larger role for individuals; smaller role for government. 2.Less spending on social welfare 3.Increased Military Spending 4.Private business should be left alone 5.Economy should be left to forces of Free enterprise 6.Law and Order 7. More severe punishment for Lawbreakers
    • What ended with the signing of the Magna Carta?
    • The Divine Right of Kings
    • What began with the signing of the Magna Carta?
    • Constitutionalism
    • The Magna Carta clearly defined the rights and responsibilities between the King and whom?
    • The Barons
    • Why was the King pressured to sign the Magna Carta?
    • Barons were upset at the King’s constant demands for more taxes.
    • What 4 significant legal rights did the Magna Carta provide to all?
    • 1.No one was above the law 2.Protection from arbitrary arrest and imprisonment 3.Eliminated cruel and unusual punishment 4.Introduced concept of double jeopardy
    • What was the order of Aboriginal Politcal Structure
    • Clans-Bands-Tribes-Nation
    • How was the British North America Act important to Canada?
    • The Act made Canada its own country.
    • What were the 3 phases of the Government of New France?
    • Phase 1 – Governor Phase 2- Fur-trade Companies Phase 3 – Royal Government
    • What 2 events led to the formation of Quebec?
    • 1. The British Victory at the Plains of Abraham 2. The Treaty of Paris
    • What 3 things did the Quebec Act provide for Quebec?
    • 1.Extended its Boundaries 2.Recognized French Civil Law 3.Allowed Roman Catholics to hold political office