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Quiz # 7 (Three branches)
1. What branch makes the law
2. To reject a bill ( V )
3. What plan propose equal vote with one ...
Quiz 8 (Article )
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

What article deals with Executive
This group elect the President
To change, add or de...
The living consTiTuTion
arTicles
Protecting All Americans
•

Electoral College
• Group of people selected by states
to elect the president and vice
# Senate +

# House = Electoral
Amend
• to make changes, to improve or correct it
Article I
• The Legislature
– House
•
•
•
•

25 years old
Election every 2 years
7 years citizen
Resident of state being
e...
Article II
• The Executive
– 35 years old
– Election every 4 years
– Must be natural born
– 14 years residency
Article III
• The Judiciary
– Appointed for life
Article IV
• Relations Among States
– Full faith and credit
• Respect each other’s laws

– Extradition
• state surrenders ...
Article V
• Amending the
Constitution
– 2/3 must of legislature
must propose a change
– ¾ must approve the
change
Article VI
• Supremacy of the
National
Government
– Supreme LawConstitution
– Loyalty to
Constitution
Article VII
• Ratification
– Approval of 9 out of 13 states needed

–September 17, 1787
Articles
• Copy the question
• Write yes or no/ true or
false
• Write the article number,
section number, subsection
numbe...
Quiz # 9
1. Right to bear arms is what amendment
2. What political party wanted to add rights of the people
3. What amendm...
QUIZ # 9 (1-10 amendments)
1.
2.
3.
4.

The first ten amendments are called
What amendment number gives the people the rig...
Federal System
Delegated Powers
(National)
Control foreign
affairs
Regulate interstate
commerce
Provide national
defense
C...
• 11th amendment
• Citizens cannot sue a
state

I’m suing
New
York!!
Ha!Ha!Ha!
You can’t
sue me!
• 12th Amendment
– Election of executive

Electors must choose a President and
Vice President on his ballot.
Three Amendments after the Civil
War

• 13th Amendment
– outlawed (banned) slavery
• 14th Amendment
– anyone who was born or
naturalized in the USA, is a
citizen of USA
– Equal protection law
•

15th Amendment
– suffrage (right to vote) regardless
of race, color, or previous
enslavement
16 Amendment
th

• allows Congress to levy (collect)
an income tax
17

th

Amendment

• direct election of senators
18 Amendment
th

• Prohibition
– Ban of alcohol
19

th

Amendment

• women suffrage (right to
vote)
20 Amendment
th

• “lame duck” sessions
– deals with the beginning and
ending of terms for the public
officials
21 Amendment
st

• Repealed prohibition
– Legalized alcohol
22

nd

Amendment

• established the Presidential
term limit
23

rd

Amendment

• voters in Washington DC has
the right to vote for president
and vice president
24

th

Amendment

• Made poll
taxes illegal
25 Amendment
th

• clarified the filling of
Presidential vacancy
26

th

Amendment

• right to vote to
people 18 years of
age
27 Amendment
th

• congressional
salaries
• Page 22- #1-16
answers only
• Page 24- #1-27
Questions and
answers
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  1. 1. Quiz # 7 (Three branches) 1. What branch makes the law 2. To reject a bill ( V ) 3. What plan propose equal vote with one house 4. To try or to accuse means ( I ) 5. What branch carries out the law? 6. For every five slaves equal 3 people became an agreement known as 7. The division of power between national and state (F ) 8. What plan propose two house representation base on population 9. What branch interprets the law? 10. To prevent abuse from each branches this was established (C and B )
  2. 2. Quiz 8 (Article ) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. What article deals with Executive This group elect the President To change, add or delete What article deals with Legislature What article talks about the relationship among the state A state must surrender a suspect or criminal to another state 7. How many states are required to approve the Constitution 8. What article deals with Judicial 9. This is the supreme law of the land 10.What article states that federal officials must swear their loyalty to the Constitution BONUS: Name the brilliant innovator who invented a computer design for the households.
  3. 3. The living consTiTuTion arTicles Protecting All Americans
  4. 4. • Electoral College • Group of people selected by states to elect the president and vice # Senate + # House = Electoral
  5. 5. Amend • to make changes, to improve or correct it
  6. 6. Article I • The Legislature – House • • • • 25 years old Election every 2 years 7 years citizen Resident of state being elected for – Senate • • • • 30 years old Election every 6 years 9 years citizen Resident of state being elected for
  7. 7. Article II • The Executive – 35 years old – Election every 4 years – Must be natural born – 14 years residency
  8. 8. Article III • The Judiciary – Appointed for life
  9. 9. Article IV • Relations Among States – Full faith and credit • Respect each other’s laws – Extradition • state surrenders a suspected or convicted criminal to another state – Admission of New States
  10. 10. Article V • Amending the Constitution – 2/3 must of legislature must propose a change – ¾ must approve the change
  11. 11. Article VI • Supremacy of the National Government – Supreme LawConstitution – Loyalty to Constitution
  12. 12. Article VII • Ratification – Approval of 9 out of 13 states needed –September 17, 1787
  13. 13. Articles • Copy the question • Write yes or no/ true or false • Write the article number, section number, subsection number: ie. Article 1 Sec 3.5
  14. 14. Quiz # 9 1. Right to bear arms is what amendment 2. What political party wanted to add rights of the people 3. What amendment establish protection against search and seizures 4. What amendment establish protection from unusual punishment 5. Name three things under the first amendment 6. What is the supreme law of the land 7. You cannot be tried twice for the same crime is called 8. Private property use for public use is called 9. What amendment protect you from self incrimination 10. The Father of the constitution was ____ BONUS 1. What amendment gives you the right to a lawyer 2. The first ten amendment is called 3. Name one Federalist member
  15. 15. QUIZ # 9 (1-10 amendments) 1. 2. 3. 4. The first ten amendments are called What amendment number gives the people the right to bear arms Give two freedom the people have under the First Amendment What is the term for: a person cannot be tried twice for the same crime 5. What amendment prohibits unusual crime or punishment 6. What amendment gives the people the right to remain silent 7. What amendment prohibits unreasonable search and seizure 8. What amendment gives the people the right to an attorney 9. What is the term for : government use of private property for public use 10.Who is the Father of the Constitution 11. BONUS: What group insisted on adding the 10 basic rights of the people
  16. 16. Federal System Delegated Powers (National) Control foreign affairs Regulate interstate commerce Provide national defense Coin money Concurrent Powers (Shared Powers) Maintain courts Enforce law Collect tax Charter banks Reserved Power (State) Provide Education Build Highway Issue licenses Conduct Election
  17. 17. • 11th amendment • Citizens cannot sue a state I’m suing New York!! Ha!Ha!Ha! You can’t sue me!
  18. 18. • 12th Amendment – Election of executive Electors must choose a President and Vice President on his ballot.
  19. 19. Three Amendments after the Civil War • 13th Amendment – outlawed (banned) slavery
  20. 20. • 14th Amendment – anyone who was born or naturalized in the USA, is a citizen of USA – Equal protection law
  21. 21. • 15th Amendment – suffrage (right to vote) regardless of race, color, or previous enslavement
  22. 22. 16 Amendment th • allows Congress to levy (collect) an income tax
  23. 23. 17 th Amendment • direct election of senators
  24. 24. 18 Amendment th • Prohibition – Ban of alcohol
  25. 25. 19 th Amendment • women suffrage (right to vote)
  26. 26. 20 Amendment th • “lame duck” sessions – deals with the beginning and ending of terms for the public officials
  27. 27. 21 Amendment st • Repealed prohibition – Legalized alcohol
  28. 28. 22 nd Amendment • established the Presidential term limit
  29. 29. 23 rd Amendment • voters in Washington DC has the right to vote for president and vice president
  30. 30. 24 th Amendment • Made poll taxes illegal
  31. 31. 25 Amendment th • clarified the filling of Presidential vacancy
  32. 32. 26 th Amendment • right to vote to people 18 years of age
  33. 33. 27 Amendment th • congressional salaries
  34. 34. • Page 22- #1-16 answers only • Page 24- #1-27 Questions and answers

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