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CivicsCivics
&&
EconEcon
JEOPARDYJEOPARDY
North Carolina
100100 200200 300300 400400 500500
100100 200200 300300 400400 500500
100100 200200 300300 400400 500500
10...
What is bicameral ?What is bicameral ?
A two-house legislatureA two-house legislature
What is segregation?What is segregation?
Process of separatingProcess of separating
based on racebased on race
What is Greensboro,What is Greensboro,
NCNC??
City in which 1960’s sit-inCity in which 1960’s sit-in
demonstrations took p...
What is Plessy v.What is Plessy v.
Ferguson?Ferguson?
Established the “separateEstablished the “separate
but equal” policy...
Paved the way for the U.S.Paved the way for the U.S.
Declaration of IndependenceDeclaration of Independence
What are the H...
Powers shared by thePowers shared by the
federal and statefederal and state
governmentsgovernments
What are concurrentWhat...
Establishes an educationalEstablishes an educational
systemsystem
What is the StateWhat is the State
Government?Government?
Able to levy taxesAble to levy taxes
What are theWhat are the
National & StateNational & State
Governments?Governments?
DailyDaily
DoubleDouble
The General AssemblyThe General Assembly
What is North Carolina’sWhat is North Carolina’s
legislature?legislature?
What is a census?What is a census?
Conducted every 10Conducted every 10
years foryears for
reapportionment ofreapportionme...
Has original jurisdictionHas original jurisdiction
for criminal trials infor criminal trials in
North CarolinaNorth Caroli...
Results when a decisionResults when a decision
in district court isin district court is
appealedappealed
What is aWhat is ...
The highest court in NorthThe highest court in North
CarolinaCarolina
What is the SupremeWhat is the Supreme
Court of Nort...
Usually the first legalUsually the first legal
officer to confront theofficer to confront the
arrested suspectarrested sus...
Deals with criminalDeals with criminal
cases involving undercases involving under
aged defendantsaged defendants
What is j...
Serves as the president ofServes as the president of
the Senatethe Senate
Who is theWho is the
LieutenantLieutenant
Govern...
Offers pardons & canOffers pardons & can
commute a criminal’scommute a criminal’s
sentencesentence
What is the Governor?Wh...
Power to carry out statePower to carry out state
laws and appoint officialslaws and appoint officials
What isWhat is
Execu...
Manages the state’sManages the state’s
moneymoney
Who is the StateWho is the State
Treasurer?Treasurer?
Group of officialsGroup of officials
appointed by the Governorappointed by the Governor
What is the Cabinet?What is the Ca...
Local lawsLocal laws
What are ordinances?What are ordinances?
Cities, towns, & villages inCities, towns, & villages in
NCNC
What areWhat are
municipalities?municipalities?
In charge of the publicIn charge of the public
schoolsschools
What is the county?What is the county?
Businesses like TimeBusinesses like Time
Warner cable, DukeWarner cable, Duke
energy, & Harris Teeterenergy, & Harris Teet...
When income exceedsWhen income exceeds
spendingspending
What is a budgetWhat is a budget
surplus?surplus?
Established a qualityEstablished a quality
education for all studentseducation for all students
What isWhat is Leandro v. ...
DailyDaily
DoubleDouble
Proposed by theProposed by the
Governor every year toGovernor every year to
allocate fundsallocate funds
What is the budge...
What is a misdemeanor?What is a misdemeanor?
A minor crimeA minor crime
Who are NC judges?Who are NC judges?
Elected to 8 year terms
What isWhat is Swann v. Charlotte-Swann v. Charlotte-
Mecklenburg County Board ofMecklenburg County Board of
Education?Edu...
FINALFINAL
JEOPARDYJEOPARDY
CATEGORY
State Judicial
Branch
Handles civil casesHandles civil cases
involving more thaninvolving more than
$10,000 and felonies$10,000 and felonies
What is SuperiorWhat is Superior
Court?Court?
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  1. 1. CivicsCivics && EconEcon JEOPARDYJEOPARDY
  2. 2. North Carolina 100100 200200 300300 400400 500500 100100 200200 300300 400400 500500 100100 200200 300300 400400 500500 100100 200200 300300 400400 500500 100100 200200 300300 400400 500500 100100 200200 300300 400400 500500 Roots of Gov’t inRoots of Gov’t in NCNC NC LegislativeNC Legislative BranchBranch NC Judicial BranchNC Judicial Branch Local Gov’t &Local Gov’t & FinancesFinances NC ExecutiveNC Executive BranchBranch PotpourriPotpourri F. J.F. J.
  3. 3. What is bicameral ?What is bicameral ? A two-house legislatureA two-house legislature
  4. 4. What is segregation?What is segregation? Process of separatingProcess of separating based on racebased on race
  5. 5. What is Greensboro,What is Greensboro, NCNC?? City in which 1960’s sit-inCity in which 1960’s sit-in demonstrations took placedemonstrations took place at a segregated lunchat a segregated lunch countercounter
  6. 6. What is Plessy v.What is Plessy v. Ferguson?Ferguson? Established the “separateEstablished the “separate but equal” policybut equal” policy
  7. 7. Paved the way for the U.S.Paved the way for the U.S. Declaration of IndependenceDeclaration of Independence What are the HalifaxWhat are the Halifax Resolves?Resolves?
  8. 8. Powers shared by thePowers shared by the federal and statefederal and state governmentsgovernments What are concurrentWhat are concurrent powers?powers?
  9. 9. Establishes an educationalEstablishes an educational systemsystem What is the StateWhat is the State Government?Government?
  10. 10. Able to levy taxesAble to levy taxes What are theWhat are the National & StateNational & State Governments?Governments?
  11. 11. DailyDaily DoubleDouble
  12. 12. The General AssemblyThe General Assembly What is North Carolina’sWhat is North Carolina’s legislature?legislature?
  13. 13. What is a census?What is a census? Conducted every 10Conducted every 10 years foryears for reapportionment ofreapportionment of Congressional districtsCongressional districts
  14. 14. Has original jurisdictionHas original jurisdiction for criminal trials infor criminal trials in North CarolinaNorth Carolina What is districtWhat is district court?court?
  15. 15. Results when a decisionResults when a decision in district court isin district court is appealedappealed What is aWhat is a trial detrial de novonovo [new trial]?[new trial]?
  16. 16. The highest court in NorthThe highest court in North CarolinaCarolina What is the SupremeWhat is the Supreme Court of NorthCourt of North Carolina?Carolina?
  17. 17. Usually the first legalUsually the first legal officer to confront theofficer to confront the arrested suspectarrested suspect Who is theWho is the magistrate?magistrate?
  18. 18. Deals with criminalDeals with criminal cases involving undercases involving under aged defendantsaged defendants What is juvenile court?What is juvenile court?
  19. 19. Serves as the president ofServes as the president of the Senatethe Senate Who is theWho is the LieutenantLieutenant Governor?Governor?
  20. 20. Offers pardons & canOffers pardons & can commute a criminal’scommute a criminal’s sentencesentence What is the Governor?What is the Governor?
  21. 21. Power to carry out statePower to carry out state laws and appoint officialslaws and appoint officials What isWhat is Executive/AdministrativeExecutive/Administrative power?power?
  22. 22. Manages the state’sManages the state’s moneymoney Who is the StateWho is the State Treasurer?Treasurer?
  23. 23. Group of officialsGroup of officials appointed by the Governorappointed by the Governor What is the Cabinet?What is the Cabinet?
  24. 24. Local lawsLocal laws What are ordinances?What are ordinances?
  25. 25. Cities, towns, & villages inCities, towns, & villages in NCNC What areWhat are municipalities?municipalities?
  26. 26. In charge of the publicIn charge of the public schoolsschools What is the county?What is the county?
  27. 27. Businesses like TimeBusinesses like Time Warner cable, DukeWarner cable, Duke energy, & Harris Teeterenergy, & Harris Teeter What is the private sector?What is the private sector?
  28. 28. When income exceedsWhen income exceeds spendingspending What is a budgetWhat is a budget surplus?surplus?
  29. 29. Established a qualityEstablished a quality education for all studentseducation for all students What isWhat is Leandro v. NorthLeandro v. North CarolinaCarolina??
  30. 30. DailyDaily DoubleDouble
  31. 31. Proposed by theProposed by the Governor every year toGovernor every year to allocate fundsallocate funds What is the budget?What is the budget?
  32. 32. What is a misdemeanor?What is a misdemeanor? A minor crimeA minor crime
  33. 33. Who are NC judges?Who are NC judges? Elected to 8 year terms
  34. 34. What isWhat is Swann v. Charlotte-Swann v. Charlotte- Mecklenburg County Board ofMecklenburg County Board of Education?Education? [1972][1972] Based on theBased on the Brown v. BoardBrown v. Board decision, it was a local casedecision, it was a local case which ordered students to bewhich ordered students to be bused to balance racialbused to balance racial populations in schoolspopulations in schools
  35. 35. FINALFINAL JEOPARDYJEOPARDY
  36. 36. CATEGORY State Judicial Branch
  37. 37. Handles civil casesHandles civil cases involving more thaninvolving more than $10,000 and felonies$10,000 and felonies
  38. 38. What is SuperiorWhat is Superior Court?Court?

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