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U2.LP9: Vocabulary Review U2.LP9: Vocabulary Review Presentation Transcript

  • Providing a lawyer Not providing a lawyer Tell an accused person of their charges Not telling an accused of their charges Providing opportunities to vote Restricting opportunities to vote Requiring organizations to tell the government names of members. Not requiring organizations to tell the government names of members. Equal Opportunities Discrimination Make up ONE of your own below: _____________________________________________________ Warm up
  • Objective • SW will examine vocabulary flashcards in order to acquire key vocabulary terms.
  • Agenda • Objective and Warm-Up • Critical Reading • INM: Vocabulary Whip Around • GP: Checking for Understanding (CFU) • IP: Boom! Bag • Exit Slip (20 minutes)
  • Agenda • Objective and Warm-Up • Critical Reading • INM: Vocabulary Whip Around • GP: Checking for Understanding (CFU) • IP: Boom! Bag • Exit Slip (20 minutes)
  • Agenda • Objective and Warm-Up • Critical Reading • INM: Vocabulary Whip Around • GP: Checking for Understanding (CFU) • IP: Boom! Bag • Exit Slip (20 minutes)
  • Vocabulary Whip Around
  • Vocabulary Whip Around • All of you will start off with a flashcard.
  • Vocabulary Whip Around • All of you will start off with a flashcard. • On one side you will see a vocabulary word and a picture.
  • Vocabulary Whip Around • All of you will start off with a flashcard. • On one side you will see a vocabulary word and a picture. • On the other you will see the meaning.
  • Vocabulary Whip Around • All of you will start off with a flashcard. • On one side you will see a vocabulary word and a picture. • On the other you will see the meaning. • You will have one minute to write down the term and meaning in the correct box.
  • Vocabulary Whip Around
  • Vocabulary Whip Around • We will play music while you write.
  • Vocabulary Whip Around • We will play music while you write. • When it stops, you stop.
  • Vocabulary Whip Around • We will play music while you write. • When it stops, you stop. • You must then pass the card in the pattern we will designate.
  • Get the Clickers Out Be prepared to answer questions about the Bill of Rights.
  • Which of the words below fills in the blank for the following sentence? In 1789, the _______________ was written in order to solve many of the issues found in the Articles of Confederation. A. Magna Carta B. Declaration of Independence C. Constitution D. Majority Rule
  • Which of the words below fills in the blank for the following sentence? The Congress is a part of the __________________ and are responsible for making laws. A. Executive Branch B. Presidential Branch C. Legislative Branch D. Judicial Branch
  • Which of the words below fills in the blank for the following sentence? ____________________ is how the Supreme Court Justices can practice Checks and Balances. A. Judicial Review B. Veto C. Impeach D. Override
  • Which of the words below fills in the blank for the following sentence? The founding fathers wrote the ____________________ into the Constitution in order to ensure that Congress had power to do what is necessary and proper for the country. A. Elastic Clause B. Bill of Rights C. Delegated Powers D. Legislative Branch
  • Which of the words below fills in the blank for the following sentence? The 5th Amendment ensures that even though government can take your private property using _________________, they must compensate you. A. Elastic Clause B. Eminent Domain C. Due Process D. Equal Protection
  • Which of the words below fills in the blank for the following sentence? The 14th Amendment ensures that you are provided Due Process and _______________________, which prevents the government from discriminating against you. A. Elastic Clause B. Eminent Domain C. Equity D. Equal Protection
  • Which of the words below fills in the blank for the following sentence? ___________________ ensures that regardless of your legal status, the government must respect your right to life, liberty, and property. A. Due Process B. Eminent Domain C. Discrimination D. Majority Rules
  • Which of the words below fills in the blank for the following sentence? The President can block the passage of a law by Congress when he _________________ a bill. A. Checks B. Vetoes C. Discriminates D. Overrides
  • Which of the words below fills in the blank for the following sentence? The ________________ branch includes judges, the Supreme Court, and trials. A. Judicial B. Executive C. Judgmental D. Legislative
  • Which of the words below fills in the blank for the following sentence? The ________________ is a formal change to the Constitution, which further limits the powers of government and protects the rights of an individual. A. Articles of Confederation B. Amendment C. Double Jeopardy D. Confederacy
  • Homework
  • Homework Create a mind map of the vocabulary words that we use today.
  • Homework Create a mind map of the vocabulary words that we use today. Remember to start with the unit title in the center.
  • Homework Create a mind map of the vocabulary words that we use today. Remember to start with the unit title in the center. Then write the lesson titles in their own bubbles.
  • Homework Create a mind map of the vocabulary words that we use today. Remember to start with the unit title in the center. Then write the lesson titles in their own bubbles. Finally, link the vocabulary words from each lesson to the proper lesson title.
  • unalienable rights Declaration of Philosophies Independence social contract Foundations of U.S. Government
  • BOOM BAG! The Directions 1. Work with one partner 2. Your partner will select a card for you 3. The winner is the person who has the most points 4. No need to keep score. Each card is its own point. 5. If you get the question correct, then keep the card. If wrong, then it goes back in the bag. 6. If you pull a BOOM card, then all of your points are erased.
  • Exit Slip: 1. You will have 15 minutes to complete today’s exit slip. 2. Please only write the letter of your answer in the appropriate blank. 3. Complete it in silence. 4. When you are done, carefully check over your answers. 5. After checking your answers, please begin your homework.
  • 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?