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Government: Chapter 1 Vocabulary Flashcards

chapter summary activity people and government answer key

Can you explain the events that led to the addition of the Thirteenth Amendment freeing the slaves? Lesson 3 Key Points Vocabulary Terms Militia - an organized group of citizens who serve as soldiers during times of state or national emergency. Scan Pages 59-61 for pictures and diagrams, read each of the captions. . See below for help Take the quiz on You may use the book, notes and Key Points for help on the quizzes. Read Pages 59-60 take notes of important ideas Do you know the answers to the questions on page 61? Did you learn these Objectives? Officials must take an oath to support and obey the Constitution because the nation needs a single, uniform plan of government in order to maintain liberty and justice for all citizens. Grand jury - a group of people who decide if there is enough evidence against an accused person to conduct a trial.

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US Government Assignment Guide Chapter 3

chapter summary activity people and government answer key

Scan Pages 46-48 for pictures and diagrams, read each of the captions. Scan Pages 51-5 for pictures and diagrams, read each of the captions. Check your answers with those in the Take the Review the answers then print the results for your records. Read the three paragraphs on First Amendments Rights on page 53 Read Pages 51-53 take notes of important ideas Do you know the answers to the questions on page 54? Read Pages 55-58 take notes of important ideas Do you know the answers to the questions on page 58? Read Pages 62-63 take notes of important ideas Do you know the answers to the questions on page 64? Many of the guns used in gun violence are illegal guns. Ambassador - a person appointed by the resident to represent the United States in a foreign country.

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Chapter 5 American Government Study Questions Flashcards

chapter summary activity people and government answer key

With the latest developments in learning science and technology, we identify and address your needs with resources you can trust. Civil rights - the rights guaranteed to all United States citizens. Are you able to name and explain the freedoms given in the First Amendment? Vest - to give a particular authority or right. Reveal - to show Security - safety Assemble - to come together as a group. Are you able to explain the Preamble to the Constitution and the purpose of the Constitution.

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Chapter 5 American Government Study Questions Flashcards

chapter summary activity people and government answer key

Due process - right to a fair trial according to rules and procedures. Are you able to explain the contents of Amendments Two through Ten? The legislative branch of the United States government; it includes the Senate and House of Representatives. Read Pages 46-48 take notes of important ideas Do you know the answers to the questions on page 48? This will be very useful when you are studying for the test. See below for help Do you know the vocabulary words? Are you able to explain the provisions of the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments and why they are civil rights amendments? Scan Pages 62-651 for pictures and diagrams, read each of the captions. Majority - the greater number or part of something; more than one-half of the total. Catch up on the commonly tested names and theories with these flashcards. Can you give reasons why Amendments Eleven and Twelve were added to the Constitution? Lesson 1 Key Points Vocabulary Terms Preamble - an introduction or short statement of purpose Article One of the parts of a written document.

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Chapter 5 American Government Study Questions Flashcards

chapter summary activity people and government answer key

Scan Pages 49-50 for pictures and diagrams, read each of the captions. Witness - someone who has seen or heard something; a person who is called to tell what he or she knows in court. Evidence - the objects and statements gathered and used to judge a person of a crime. Lesson 2 Key Points Vocabulary Terms Amendment - a change or correction made by a certain process. See below for help Take the quiz on You may use the book, notes and Key Points for help on the quizzes. Lesson 5 Key Points Vocabulary Terms Sue - to bring legal action against a person to satisfy a clam or complaint Candidate - a person who hopes to be elected to a public office. Lesson 4 Key Points Vocabulary Terms Convict - to find guilty of a crime.

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Chapter 5 American Government Study Questions Flashcards

chapter summary activity people and government answer key

Scan Pages 55-58 for pictures and diagrams, read each of the captions. Opinion - a belief or judgment of an individual or group. See below for help Take the quiz on You may use the book, notes and Key Points for help on the quizzes. Indict - to accuse or charge with a crime, usually done by a grand jury. Can you name two amendments proposed that did not win approval? Are you able to explain why Articles V. Express - to make known one's thoughts, ideas, or feelings; to put an idea into words. Review answers on the quiz and print it out.

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US Government Assignment Guide Chapter 3

chapter summary activity people and government answer key

See below for help Take the quiz on You may use the book, notes and Key Points for help on the quizzes. Lesson 6 Key Points Vocabulary Terms Poll tax - a tax paid to vote. Can you explain the reasons why some people demanded a Bill of Rights before agreeing to ratify the Constitution? Read Pages 49-50 take notes of important ideas Do you know the answers to the questions on page 50? Convention - a formal meeting called for a special purpose Prohibition - the Twenty-First Amendment to the Constitution; it made production and sale of alcoholic beverages illegal. Can you give examples of ways the rights included in Amendments Two through Ten are used today? Civil - having to do with citizens; a civil law case does not involve a crime. Can you explain what the first four Articles of the Constitution provide for? Turn to Page 67 and read the Chapter 3 summary.

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Government: Chapter 1 Vocabulary Flashcards

chapter summary activity people and government answer key

On page 68-69 you will find the Chapter 3 review, complete the review. . . . . .

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Chapter 5 American Government Study Questions Flashcards

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