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Constitution Trivia #2/#2. POWERPOINT JEOPARDY. Legislative Branch. Dates + Years. Judicial Branch. Executive Branch. #’ s. 10. 10. 10. 10. 10. 20. 20. 20. 20. 20. 30. 30. 30. 30. 30. 40. 40. 40. 40. 40. 50. 50. 50. 50. 50. Legislative Branch– 10 Points

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POWERPOINT JEOPARDY

Legislative Branch

Dates + Years

Judicial Branch

Executive Branch

#’s

10

10

10

10

10

20

20

20

20

20

30

30

30

30

30

40

40

40

40

40

50

50

50

50

50

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Legislative Branch– 10 Points

“Chamber of Congress where Revenue raising bills must originate”

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Legislative Branch– 20 Points

“Except in the cases of treason or suspected felony, Congressmen have this privilege during attendance of Congressional sessions including the drive to the session”

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Legislative Branch– 30 Points

“According to the Constitution, how many times is Congress required to meet in one year?”

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Legislative Branch– 40 Points

“There must be a _____, or majority of each house of Congress present in order to conduct business”

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Legislative Branch– 50 Points

“In cases of impeachment, it takes 2/3 of this Congressional body to convict and remove an official”

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#’s– 10 Points

“The U.S. President serves ___ year terms and can serve up to ___ terms.

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#’s– 20 Points

“The maximum amount of years the U.S. President can serve consecutively under the Constitution is ____ years”

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#’s– 30 Points

“# of witnesses needed for a person to be convicted of treason”

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#’s– 40 Points

“To serve in the House of Rep.s you must have been living in the U.S. for 7 years and be at least ____ years old while you need to have lived in the U.S. for 9 years and be ____ years old to serve in Senate.

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#’s– 50 Points

“This # (in fraction form) of state governments must approve any new amendment to the Constitution”

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Dates and Years– 10 Points

“Year the Constitution was signed”

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Dates and Years– 20 Points

“Term length of SC justices”

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Dates and Years– 30 Points

“# of amendments repealed by later amendments”

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Dates and Years– 40 Points

“Legal age to vote in US”

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Dates and Years– 50 Points

“Month + day the President + Vps term officially begins”

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Judicial– 10 Points

“The 6th amendment states that every American is entitled to this if they are accused of a crime”

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Judicial– 20 Points

“# of S.C. justices”

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Judicial– 30 Points

“Title for the head of the Supreme Court (currently John Roberts)”

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Judicial– 40 Points

“This is how S.C. justices get their job…”

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Judicial– 50 Points

“This was the landmark case that established the precedent of Judicial Review and increased power and role of S.C. up until today”

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Misc.– 10 Points

“When an accused person is standing on trial and refuses to answer incriminating questions from opposing lawyer he is exercising this amendment”

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Misc.– 20 Points

Amendment outlawing slavery

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Misc.– 30 Points

“Senators serve a ____ year term while House Reps serve a ___ year term”

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Misc. – 40 Points

“Eminent Domain” is the term for meaning the Govt. can take private property for public use as long as they provide “just compensation” and is mentioned in this amendment…”

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Misc.– 50 Points

Amendment that provided suffrage to African Americans

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