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If a Law passes both the House of Representatives and the Senate but the If a Law passes both the House of Representatives and the Senate but the President overrules the law.

Identify and explain the three branches of government Identify and explain the three branches of government

Legislative Branch- Makes the laws Executive Branch- Carries out the laws Judicial Branch- Interprets Legislative Branch- Makes the laws Executive Branch- Carries out the laws Judicial Branch- Interprets the laws

To bring charges against a Federal official To bring charges against a Federal official

Impeach Impeach

Name two examples of checks and balances Name two examples of checks and balances

-President can veto -Congress can override a presidential Veto. -Senate must approve Presidential appointments -President can veto -Congress can override a presidential Veto. -Senate must approve Presidential appointments -Supreme Court can declare a law unconstitutional (Judicial Review)

Which amendment protects us from cruel and unusual punishment? Which amendment protects us from cruel and unusual punishment?

Amendment 8 Amendment 8

What is a compromise? Identify the compromise that occurred in the year 1787? What is a compromise? Identify the compromise that occurred in the year 1787?

Agreement made where both sides give up demands Agreement made where both sides give up demands

Constitution Constitution

Set of written laws for a country Set of written laws for a country

Unalienable Rights Unalienable Rights

Rights that can not be taken away from you Rights that can not be taken away from you

Amendment Amendment

To change the constitution To change the constitution

What was the main purpose of the Bill of Rights? What was the main purpose of the Bill of Rights?

To protect individual citizens from government abuse To protect individual citizens from government abuse

Where did the Constitutional Convention take place? Where did the Constitutional Convention take place?

Philadelphia Philadelphia

What was the 3/5 ths compromise? What was the 3/5 ths compromise?

3/5 ths of the total slave population for each state would be counted towards 3/5 ths of the total slave population for each state would be counted towards total population

What was Virginia’s main argument at the Constitutional Convention? What was Virginia’s main argument at the Constitutional Convention?

3 branches of government 2 house legislature Representation based on population! 3 branches of government 2 house legislature Representation based on population!

Explain New Jersey’s main argument at the Constitutional Convention Explain New Jersey’s main argument at the Constitutional Convention

1 vote per state (equal representation per state) 1 vote per state (equal representation per state)

Explain the Great Compromise How many branches of government? How many houses in the Explain the Great Compromise How many branches of government? How many houses in the Legislature?

3 branches of government 2 house legislature (bi-cameral) (House of Representatives) Representation based on 3 branches of government 2 house legislature (bi-cameral) (House of Representatives) Representation based on population (Senate) 2 representatives per state

Why did colonists object to British taxes? Why did colonists object to British taxes?

Did not have their own representatives in Parliament Did not have their own representatives in Parliament

How did France lose most of its colonies in North America? How did France lose most of its colonies in North America?

French and Indian War and the Treaty of Paris 1763 French and Indian War and the Treaty of Paris 1763

“Many of the storekeepers couldn’t give away any of the British goods on the “Many of the storekeepers couldn’t give away any of the British goods on the stores shelves. It was as if the colonists had agreed not to buy any of the English products”

Boycott Boycott

Which Act forbade colonists from settling west of the Appalachian Mountains? Which Act forbade colonists from settling west of the Appalachian Mountains?

Proclamation Act Proclamation Act

Taxed glass, paper, silk, lead, and tea Taxed glass, paper, silk, lead, and tea

Townshend Acts Townshend Acts

When census numbers show changes in states total population which part of the Legislature When census numbers show changes in states total population which part of the Legislature will be affected?

House of Representatives House of Representatives

How many Supreme Court Justices are there? What is the length of their term? How many Supreme Court Justices are there? What is the length of their term?

9 They serve for life 9 They serve for life

What can run but never walks, has a mouth but never talks, has a What can run but never walks, has a mouth but never talks, has a head but never weeps, and has a bed but never sleeps? ?

A River A River

Eskimos are very good hunters, but they never hunt penguins. Why not? Eskimos are very good hunters, but they never hunt penguins. Why not?

Eskimos live at the North Pole. Penguins live at the South Pole Eskimos live at the North Pole. Penguins live at the South Pole

 • The meeting of 12 delegates from the colonies in Philadelphia during the • The meeting of 12 delegates from the colonies in Philadelphia during the Revolution was called?

Continental Congress Continental Congress

Final Jeopardy: How many representatives are there in the House of Representatives? Final Jeopardy: How many representatives are there in the House of Representatives?

435 435