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  1. Wednesday, March 19 • Do Now: • Continue working on the Supreme Court round robin activity. You should only have one article left. I will collect the answer sheets for this activity when finished • Agenda • Do Now • Quizzo Review Game • Tweet, Insta, Snap • Closure: discuss tomorrow’s test

  2. Unit II Quizzo Mr. Heim AGES

  3. In PAIRS • Sit next to a partner to work in groups of 2 • Pick a team name! • You will need a single sheet of paper to write your answers • There will be three rounds • First round has 10 questions • Second round has 10 questions • Third round has 5 questions

  4. Rules • NO calling out- don’t give other teams the answer! • After each round we will go over the answers for that round • Team with the highest total of points wins • This review game will be posted on my site tonight as a tool for review

  5. Round One • What is the purpose of the Executive Branch? 2. The following describes which part of the Executive Branch? • Are usually chosen by political party affiliation • Are chosen based on their specific expertise. • Has members that are the heads of the 15 departments

  6. Round One 3. What are the three qualifications to be president? 4. When a bill comes to the president, he/she can do these three things… 5. Architect of American foreign policy and chief spokesperson to the rest of the world is an example of the president fulfilling which role?

  7. Round One 6. The Major role of the legislative branch is? 7. How many branches of congress are there? What are they? 8. Declaring war, borrowing money, and determining tax code are examples of what type of power? 9. What is the numerical structure of Congress? 10. The main role of the Judicial branch is?

  8. Round One Answers • What is the purpose of the Executive Branch? Enforce Laws 2.The following describes which part of the Executive Branch? • Are usually chosen by political party affiliation • Are chosen based on their specific expertise. • Has members that are the heads of the 15 departments Cabinet

  9. Round One Answers 3. What are the three qualifications to be president? Natural Born citizen, 35 years of age, lived here for 14 years 4. When a bill comes to the president, he/she can do these three things… sign, veto, no action 5. Architect of American foreign policy and chief spokesperson to the rest of the world is an example of the president fulfilling which role? Chief Diplomat

  10. Round One Answers 6. The Major role of the legislative branch is? Create Laws 7. How many branches of congress are there? What are they? 2- Senate, House of Representatives 8. Declaring war, borrowing money, and determining tax code are examples of what type of power? Enumerated Powers 9. What is the numerical structure of Congress? 435 Representatives, 100 senators 10. The main role of the Judicial branch is? Interpret Laws

  11. Round Two • Before a bill can be sent to the president, both houses of congress must do what? • Who plays the largest role in interpreting the Bill of Rights? 3. Judicial Review was an important precedent because: a. It formalized the power of the Supreme Court to review laws made by Congress, and declare them unconstitutional. b. It formalized the ability of Congress to check the power of the Court. c. It is the power that the President has to check the power of the Court. d. It allowed the Supreme Court to require your rights to be read at the time of arrest.

  12. Round Two 4. What is Judicial Activism? 5.  A lawsuit based on a Federal law will be brought 1st in which court? a. State District Court b. Federal District Court c. State Supreme Court d. Federal Court of Appeals 6. The introduction to the Constitution which establishes why the Constitution was created is the?

  13. Round Two 7. The purpose of the U.S. constitution is a. Provide a blueprint for our government b. Outline rules that must be followed c. Protect our basic values d. All of the above

  14. Round Two 8. What do the first three articles of the Constitution establish? 9. What does the First Amendment guarantee? 10. What does the Fourteenth Amendment guarantee?

  15. Round Two Answers • Before a bill can be sent to the president, both houses of congress must do what? Approve same version 2. Who plays the largest role in interpreting the Bill of Rights? Supreme Court 3. Judicial Review was an important precedent because: a. It formalized the power of the Supreme Court to review laws made by Congress, and declare them unconstitutional. b. It formalized the ability of Congress to check the power of the Court. c. It is the power that the President has to check the power of the Court. d. It allowed the Supreme Court to require your rights to be read at the time of arrest.

  16. Round Two Answers 4. What is Judicial Activism? Belief that judges should always try to decide cases based on their interpretation and apply ongoing changes and value. 5.  A lawsuit based on a Federal law will be brought 1st in which court? a. State District Court b. Federal District Court c. State Supreme Court d. Federal Court of Appeals 6. The introduction to the Constitution which establishes why the Constitution was created is the? Preamble

  17. Round Two Answers 7. The purpose of the U.S. constitution is a. Provide a blueprint for our government b. Outline rules that must be followed c. Protect our basic values d. All of the above

  18. Round Two Answers 8. What do the first three articles of the Constitution establish? 3 branches of government 9. What does the First Amendment guarantee? Freedom of speech, religion, press, petition, assembly 10. What does the Fourteenth Amendment guarantee? Equal protection under the law

  19. Round Three • If a congressional district is small geographically, what can we conclude? • Who is the leader of the House of Representatives? • What is jurisdiction? • To appeal means to…. • The name for the resident of an electoral district

  20. Round Three Answers • If a congressional district is small geographically, what can we conclude? Densely populated; city or urban area 2. Who is the leader of the House of Representatives? Speaker of the House 3. What is jurisdiction? Authority to hear a case 4. To appeal means to…. take a case to a higher court 5. The name for the resident of an electoral district Constituent