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  • 1. Warm up: Match the terms with the examples. _____ 1. Popular Sovereignty A. Voting _____ 2. Limited B. Congress makes laws Government C. Brown v. Board of _____ 3. Checks and Education Balances D. Bill of Rights _____ 4. Separation of E. Vetoing Powers _____ 5. Judicial Review Warm-Up
  • 2. Unit 2 Assessment A-Day: Wednesday, November 10th B-Day: Thursday, November 11th
  • 3. STUDY Unit 2 Assessment A-Day: Wednesday, November 10th B-Day: Thursday, November 11th
  • 4. Study Sessions Monday, November 8th Tuesday, November 9th Bring your copy of the test--with answers. Mr. White and Ms. Taylor will help you understand the right answers.
  • 5. Objective • SW describe the 14th Amendment and Amendment Process in order to evaluate scenarios on the 14th Amendment.
  • 6. Unit 2
  • 7. Unit 2 Philosophy
  • 8. Unit 2 Philosophy Declaration of Independence
  • 9. Unit 2 Philosophy Declaration of Independence Articles of Confederation
  • 10. Unit 2 Philosophy Declaration of Independence Articles of Confederation Principles of the Constitution
  • 11. Unit 2 Philosophy Constitutional Powers Declaration of Independence Articles of Confederation Principles of the Constitution
  • 12. Unit 2 Philosophy Constitutional Powers Declaration of Independence Checks and Balances Articles of Confederation Principles of the Constitution
  • 13. Unit 2 Philosophy Constitutional Powers Declaration of Independence Checks and Balances Articles of Bill of Rights Confederation Principles of the Constitution
  • 14. Unit 2 Philosophy Constitutional Powers Declaration of Independence Checks and Balances Articles of Bill of Rights Confederation Principles of the Amendments Constitution 11 through 21
  • 15. Last Lesson • Bill of Rights 11 -21 • 13th Amendment • 14th Amendment • 15th Amendment • 19th Amendment
  • 16. Agenda • Objective and Warm-Up • Critical Reading • INM: 14th Amendment and Amendment Process • GP: 14th Amendment Scenarios • IP: 14th Amendment Scenarios • Exit Slip
  • 17. Agenda • Objective and Warm-Up • Critical Reading • INM: 14th Amendment and Amendment Process • GP: 14th Amendment Scenarios • IP: 14th Amendment Scenarios • Exit Slip
  • 18. Agenda • Objective and Warm-Up • Critical Reading • INM: 14th Amendment and Amendment Process • GP: 14th Amendment Scenarios • IP: 14th Amendment Scenarios • Exit Slip
  • 19. Unit 2 Assessment A-Day: Wednesday, November 10th B-Day: Thursday, November 11th
  • 20. STUDY Unit 2 Assessment A-Day: Wednesday, November 10th B-Day: Thursday, November 11th
  • 21. 14th Amendment
  • 22. 14th Amendment • The Fourteenth Amendment was created to make sure that states do not abuse their powers when they arrest and try people.
  • 23. 14th Amendment • The Fourteenth Amendment was created to make sure that states do not abuse their powers when they arrest and try people. • It also ensures that people are not discriminated against.
  • 24. Due Process Clause
  • 25. Due Process Clause • The due process clause requires that states protect a person’s rights when accused of crimes.
  • 26. Due Process Clause • Some examples of following the due process clause are: • informing people of their rights when taking them into custody. • informing people of their charges • obtaining evidence legally • offering the defendant, or accused person, a lawyer • not requiring the defendant be a witness in his/ her own trial.
  • 27. Equal Protection Clause
  • 28. Equal Protection Clause
  • 29. Equal Protection Clause • The equal protection clause requires that states do not discriminate or treat people unfairly.
  • 30. Equal Protection Clause • Some examples of following the equal protection clause are: • allowing all registered voters to cast their ballots. • enforcing equal opportunity employment laws • desegregating schools. • allowing organizations to maintain their privacy
  • 31. Amendment Process
  • 32. Amendment Process • The Constitution is a “living document” because it can be changed by adding amendments.
  • 33. Amendment Process • The Constitution is a “living document” because it can be changed by adding amendments. • Amending the Constitution is an act of federalism. It takes the National and States working together to add an amendment to the Constitution.
  • 34. Video on Amendment Process
  • 35. Video on Amendment Process • http://www.howcast.com/videos/262766-How-To- Amend-the-US-Constitution
  • 36. Get the Clickers Out Be prepared to answer questions about the Bill of Rights.
  • 37. 1. Fighting discrimination mostly relates to the... A. Due Process Clause B. Equal Protection Clause C. Neither
  • 38. 1. Fighting discrimination mostly relates to the... A. Due Process Clause B. Equal Protection Clause C. Neither
  • 39. 1. Fighting discrimination mostly relates to the... A. Due Process Clause B. Equal Protection Clause C. Neither
  • 40. 2. Rights of the accused mostly relates to the... A. Due Process Clause B. Equal Protection Clause C. Neither
  • 41. 2. Rights of the accused mostly relates to the... A. Due Process Clause B. Equal Protection Clause C. Neither
  • 42. 2. Rights of the accused mostly relates to the... A. Due Process Clause B. Equal Protection Clause C. Neither
  • 43. 3. The following is an example of a violation of which clause. The State of Louisiana forces an antiwar group to tell the state government where they meet and what they talk about when they meet. A. Due Process Clause B. Equal Protection Clause C. Neither
  • 44. 3. The following is an example of a violation of which clause. The State of Louisiana forces an antiwar group to tell the state government where they meet and what they talk about when they meet. A. Due Process Clause B. Equal Protection Clause C. Neither
  • 45. 3. The following is an example of a violation of which clause. The State of Louisiana forces an antiwar group to tell the state government where they meet and what they talk about when they meet. A. Due Process Clause B. Equal Protection Clause C. Neither
  • 46. 4. The following is an example of a violation of which clause. Ernesto Miranda was taken into custody without being told he had the right to a lawyer and was interrogating by police for hours. A. Due Process Clause B. Equal Protection Clause C. Neither
  • 47. 4. The following is an example of a violation of which clause. Ernesto Miranda was taken into custody without being told he had the right to a lawyer and was interrogating by police for hours. A. Due Process Clause B. Equal Protection Clause C. Neither
  • 48. 4. The following is an example of a violation of which clause. Ernesto Miranda was taken into custody without being told he had the right to a lawyer and was interrogating by police for hours. A. Due Process Clause B. Equal Protection Clause C. Neither
  • 49. 5. The following is an example of a violation of which clause. Providing job training for incarcerated people so they can find jobs when they live prison. A. Due Process Clause B. Equal Protection Clause C. Neither
  • 50. 5. The following is an example of a violation of which clause. Providing job training for incarcerated people so they can find jobs when they live prison. A. Due Process Clause B. Equal Protection Clause C. Neither
  • 51. 5. The following is an example of a violation of which clause. Providing job training for incarcerated people so they can find jobs when they live prison. A. Due Process Clause B. Equal Protection Clause C. Neither
  • 52. 6. Which of the following is a violation of the 14th Amendment. A. A county requires its hispanic citizens to go to a separate school because they believe they need extra help for learning English. B. Alabama admits all qualified candidates to the University of Alabama. C. A citizen is taken into custody and read his rights after failing a breathalyzer test.
  • 53. 6. Which of the following is a violation of the 14th Amendment. A. A county requires its hispanic citizens to go to a separate school because they believe they need extra help for learning English. B. Alabama admits all qualified candidates to the University of Alabama. C. A citizen is taken into custody and read his rights after failing a breathalyzer test.
  • 54. 6. Which of the following is a violation of the 14th Amendment. A. A county requires its hispanic citizens to go to a separate school because they believe they need extra help for learning English. B. Alabama admits all qualified candidates to the University of Alabama. C. A citizen is taken into custody and read his rights after failing a breathalyzer test.
  • 55. Homework Page 84 - 90 and answer questions 1-5
  • 56. GP and IP: Instructions
  • 57. GP and IP: Instructions You will work individually.
  • 58. GP and IP: Instructions You will work individually. You must listen carefully for your instructions.
  • 59. GP and IP: Instructions
  • 60. GP and IP: Instructions You will see an example.
  • 61. GP and IP: Instructions You will see an example. You will answer four questions about that example.
  • 62. GP: Scenario
  • 63. GP: Scenario Example: A man is denied the right to a lawyer.
  • 64. GP: Scenario Example: A man is denied the right to a lawyer. Is this person being discriminated against?
  • 65. GP: Scenario Example: A man is denied the right to a lawyer. Is this person being discriminated against? Is this legal under the fourteenth amendment? Yes No
  • 66. GP: Scenario Example: A man is denied the right to a lawyer. Is this person being discriminated against? Is this legal under the fourteenth amendment? Yes No Does this deal with the due process clause or equal protection clause?
  • 67. GP: Scenario Example: A man is denied the right to a lawyer. Is this person being discriminated against? Is this legal under the fourteenth amendment? Yes No Does this deal with the due process clause or equal protection clause? How do you know?
  • 68. IP: 14th Amendment Scenarios
  • 69. IP: 14th Amendment Scenarios You will have to work individually
  • 70. IP: 14th Amendment Scenarios You will have to work individually You will have 15 minutes and you must work quietly.
  • 71. Exit Slip: 1. You will have 5 minutes to complete today’s exit slip. 2. Circle your answer. 3. Complete it in silence. 4. When you are done, carefully check over your answers. 5. After checking your answers, please begin your homework.
  • 72. 3, 2, 1, See Ya! What are 3 things that you learned today? What are 2 things that confused you? What is 1 thing you want to know more about?