Congress
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Congress

on

  • 569 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
569
Views on SlideShare
503
Embed Views
66

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
8
Comments
0

2 Embeds 66

http://www.edmodo.com 34
http://web.me.com 32

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Apple Keynote

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n

Congress Congress Presentation Transcript

  • Legislative Branch
  • 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Lords and Commons2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Lords and Commons2 point clue The American interpretation of the British Legislative system.1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Lords and Commons2 point clue The American interpretation of the British Legislative system.1 point clue Congress has two legislative chambers, or is...
  • Bicameral3 point clue Lords and Commons2 point clue The American interpretation of the British Legislative system.1 point clue Congress has two legislative chambers, or is...
  • 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3 point clue This office was established in 1789 by Article 1, Section 2 of the U.S. Constitution.2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3 point clue This office was established in 1789 by Article 1, Section 2 of the U.S. Constitution.2 point clue Second in line of the U.S. presidential line of succession after the V.P.1 point clue
  • 3 point clue This office was established in 1789 by Article 1, Section 2 of the U.S. Constitution.2 point clue Second in line of the U.S. presidential line of succession after the V.P.1 point clue John Boehner ...and not Nancy Pelosi.
  • Speaker of the House3 point clue This office was established in 1789 by Article 1, Section 2 of the U.S. Constitution.2 point clue Second in line of the U.S. presidential line of succession after the V.P.1 point clue John Boehner ...and not Nancy Pelosi.
  • 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Two U.S. Presidents: Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton (Not Nixon)2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Two U.S. Presidents: Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton (Not Nixon)2 point clue House has the sole power of this.1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Two U.S. Presidents: Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton (Not Nixon)2 point clue House has the sole power of this.1 point clue The Senate has the sole power to try this.
  • Impeachment3 point clue Two U.S. Presidents: Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton (Not Nixon)2 point clue House has the sole power of this.1 point clue The Senate has the sole power to try this.
  • 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Permanent panels with specified legislative responsibilities.2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Permanent panels with specified legislative responsibilities.2 point clue Consider bills and issues, recommend their opinion for the respective chambers.1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Permanent panels with specified legislative responsibilities.2 point clue Consider bills and issues, recommend their opinion for the respective chambers.1 point clue Type of committee.
  • Standing Committee3 point clue Permanent panels with specified legislative responsibilities.2 point clue Consider bills and issues, recommend their opinion for the respective chambers.1 point clue Type of committee.
  • 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3 point clue The I-85 district is an example of this.2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3 point clue The I-85 district is an example of this.2 point clue Is a form of boundary delimitation, in which boundaries are deliberately modified for electoral purposes1 point clue
  • 3 point clue The I-85 district is an example of this.2 point clue Is a form of boundary delimitation, in which boundaries are deliberately modified for electoral purposes1 point clue Was named after Eldridge Gerry
  • Gerrymandering3 point clue The I-85 district is an example of this.2 point clue Is a form of boundary delimitation, in which boundaries are deliberately modified for electoral purposes1 point clue Was named after Eldridge Gerry
  • 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3 point clue One of the several different ways to vote in congress.2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3 point clue One of the several different ways to vote in congress.2 point clue Recorded or machine vote1 point clue
  • 3 point clue One of the several different ways to vote in congress.2 point clue Recorded or machine vote1 point clue Type of voting used in the House.
  • Roll Call Vote3 point clue One of the several different ways to vote in congress.2 point clue Recorded or machine vote1 point clue Type of voting used in the House.
  • 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3 point clue This officer schedules legislation for floor consideration.2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3 point clue This officer schedules legislation for floor consideration.2 point clue Works with Speaker of House and Whip.1 point clue
  • 3 point clue This officer schedules legislation for floor consideration.2 point clue Works with Speaker of House and Whip.1 point clue This party position holds the real power in the Senate.
  • Majority Leader3 point clue This officer schedules legislation for floor consideration.2 point clue Works with Speaker of House and Whip.1 point clue This party position holds the real power in the Senate.
  • 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Not originally elected by the people2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Not originally elected by the people2 point clue Power of Confirmation1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Not originally elected by the people2 point clue Power of Confirmation1 point clue 6 year term
  • Senate3 point clue Not originally elected by the people2 point clue Power of Confirmation1 point clue 6 year term
  • 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Three-fifths of the entire Senate must vote “yes”2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Three-fifths of the entire Senate must vote “yes”2 point clue This rule is only found in the Senate1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Three-fifths of the entire Senate must vote “yes”2 point clue This rule is only found in the Senate1 point clue Stops a filibuster
  • Cloture Rule3 point clue Three-fifths of the entire Senate must vote “yes”2 point clue This rule is only found in the Senate1 point clue Stops a filibuster
  • 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Interest groups give more money to these2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Interest groups give more money to these2 point clue The rate is higher in the House than Senate1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Interest groups give more money to these2 point clue The rate is higher in the House than Senate1 point clue a politician who is already in office who is running for reelection
  • Incumbent3 point clue Interest groups give more money to these2 point clue The rate is higher in the House than Senate1 point clue a politician who is already in office who is running for reelection
  • 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Article 12 point clue1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Article 12 point clue Framers put the most power in this branch1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Article 12 point clue Framers put the most power in this branch1 point clue Bicameral
  • Congress3 point clue Article 12 point clue Framers put the most power in this branch1 point clue Bicameral
  • 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Article 1, Section 5, Chapter 1 of the Constitution2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Article 1, Section 5, Chapter 1 of the Constitution2 point clue Minimum number of people to run any meeting1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Article 1, Section 5, Chapter 1 of the Constitution2 point clue Minimum number of people to run any meeting1 point clue In the House in order to be official you must have 100 members present.
  • Quorum3 point clue Article 1, Section 5, Chapter 1 of the Constitution2 point clue Minimum number of people to run any meeting1 point clue In the House in order to be official you must have 100 members present.
  • 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3 point clue In the United States, this was mainly a response to racial and class issues particularly in the South.2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3 point clue In the United States, this was mainly a response to racial and class issues particularly in the South.2 point clue Baker v. Carr ruled that this was discriminatory and illegal under the 14th Amendment.1 point clue
  • 3 point clue In the United States, this was mainly a response to racial and class issues particularly in the South.2 point clue Baker v. Carr ruled that this was discriminatory and illegal under the 14th Amendment.1 point clue To help prevent this, congressional redistricting occurs every 10 years after the census.
  • Malapportionment3 point clue In the United States, this was mainly a response to racial and class issues particularly in the South.2 point clue Baker v. Carr ruled that this was discriminatory and illegal under the 14th Amendment.1 point clue To help prevent this, congressional redistricting occurs every 10 years after the census.
  • 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Lower visibility in the news.2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Lower visibility in the news.2 point clue Bills the deal with Revenue must originate (start) here.1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Lower visibility in the news.2 point clue Bills the deal with Revenue must originate (start) here.1 point clue The larger of the two chambers at 435.
  • House3 point clue Lower visibility in the news.2 point clue Bills the deal with Revenue must originate (start) here.1 point clue The larger of the two chambers at 435.
  • 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Longest time taken to ratify an amendment, taking 203 years to complete2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Longest time taken to ratify an amendment, taking 203 years to complete2 point clue It is the most recent Amendment to date1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Longest time taken to ratify an amendment, taking 203 years to complete2 point clue It is the most recent Amendment to date1 point clue Has to do with Congressional pay raises or decreases, stating that the amendment doesn’t allow changes in salary until new terms take place
  • 27th Amendment3 point clue Longest time taken to ratify an amendment, taking 203 years to complete2 point clue It is the most recent Amendment to date1 point clue Has to do with Congressional pay raises or decreases, stating that the amendment doesn’t allow changes in salary until new terms take place
  • 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Provides economic data to Congress2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Provides economic data to Congress2 point clue Reports information on taxes, interest rates, and income to the United States every two and five years1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Provides economic data to Congress2 point clue Reports information on taxes, interest rates, and income to the United States every two and five years1 point clue Deals with the federal budget. The Executive counterpart to this budget bureaucracy is the Office of Budget and Management (OMB).
  • CBO3 point clue Provides economic data to Congress2 point clue Reports information on taxes, interest rates, and income to the United States every two and five years1 point clue Deals with the federal budget. The Executive counterpart to this budget bureaucracy is the Office of Budget and Management (OMB).
  • 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Successor already put in place while he or she is still in office2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Successor already put in place while he or she is still in office2 point clue Public official approaching end of their tenure. They are still in office, but not reelected.1 point clue
  • 3 point clue Successor already put in place while he or she is still in office2 point clue Public official approaching end of their tenure. They are still in office, but not reelected.1 point clue This term is most commonly used for a president, but is can also be used for a congress that is going out of session.
  • Lame Duck3 point clue Successor already put in place while he or she is still in office2 point clue Public official approaching end of their tenure. They are still in office, but not reelected.1 point clue This term is most commonly used for a president, but is can also be used for a congress that is going out of session.