VOCAB./KEY TERMS!
PRINCIPLES OF THE CONSTITUTION!
THE BILL OF RIGHTS!
AMENDMENTS 11-27!
AMENDING THE CONSTITUTION!
DO I HAVE A RIGHT?
OTHER!

100

This vocab./key term means to officially approve a new part to the Constitution.

WHAT IS TO RATIFY?

100

This is the number of amendments total that are in the Constitution.

WHAT IS 27 AMENDMENTS?

100

This amendment to the Bill of Rights states that any power not granted to the federal government belongs to the states.

WHAT IS THE 10TH AMENDMENT?

100

This amendment to the U.S. Constitution outlawed slavery in the Untied States.

WHAT IS THE 13TH AMENDMENT?

100

T/F The states have more power than the federal government in interpreting the Constitution.

WHAT IS FALSE?

100

The publich school suspends me for wearing a t-shirt that says "Bow Down to Satan or DIE!".  Were my rights violated?

WHAT IS NO?

100

Before the Constitution, there was another form of government.  What was it?

WHAT IS THE ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION?

200

This vocab./key term means to modify, change or add onto any part of the Constitution.

WHAT IS AMEND? 

200

This principle of the Constitution means that all political power resides in the people of the United States.

WHAT IS POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY?

200

This amendment to the Bill of Rights protects people from unreasonable searches and seizures.  

WHAT IS THE 4TH AMENDMENT?

200

This amendment to the U.S. Constitution granted women the right to vote.

WHAT IS THE 19TH AMENDMENT?

200

T/F Amending the Constitution and adding an amendment  typically takes years.

WHAT IS TRUE?

200

The public school I attend announces over the intercom that we will be having a religious ceremony on school grounds to honor a student who just committed suicide.  Did they have a right to do this?

WHAT IS NO?

200

Instead of using the word SLAVES in the Constitution, they used this phrase instead. 

WHAT ARE "OTHER PERSONS"?

300

This vocab./key term means a government document issued by an official giving permission to search.

WHAT IS A WARRANT?

300

This principle of the Constitution means that government the courts have the power to determine the constitutionality of all actions.

WHAT IS JUDICIAL REVIEW?

300

This amendment to the Bill of Rights states that punishments will be fair and not cruel and that extraordinarily large fines will not be set.  

WHAT IS THE 8TH AMENDMENT?

300

This amendment to the U.S. Constitution established who would take over if something happens to the President.

WHAT IS THE 25TH AMENDMENT?

300

What is the magic part of the Constitution that states that the Constitution is the law of the land?

WHAT IS THE SUPREMACY CLAUSE?

300

The President of the United States hears that a newspaper organization really wants him impeached.  He tells the CIA that he wants to gather more intel on this organization.  Does he have a right to do this?

WHAT IS NO?

300

This person is known for being the "Father of the Constitution".  

WHO IS JAMES MADISON.

400

This vocab./key term means the prosecution of a person twice for the same offense.

WHAT IS DOUBLE JEOPARDY?

400

This principle of the Constitution means that power is divided among federal, state and local lines.

WHAT IS FEDERALISM?

400

The First Amendment covers freedom of what five things specifically?

WHAT IS FREEDOM OF SPEECH, RELIGION, ASSEMBLY, PRESS, AND PETITION?

400

THESE TWO AMENDMENTS DEALT WITH BANNING THEN LEGALIZING THE CONSUMPTION, SALE AND TRANSPORT OF ALCOHOL.

WHAT ARE THE 18TH AND 21ST AMENDMENTS?

400

The U.S. Constitution can be changed five ways.  Name at least two ways.

WHAT ARE BY LAW, BY EXECUTIVE ACTION, BY COURT DECISIONS, BY PARTY PRACTICES, BY CUSTOM AND USAGE.

400

The school's principal suspended my best friend for going to a Joe Biden Rally. The student disguised his voice as his dad and called into school to hopefully have his absence excused. Did the principal have a right to suspend the student?  

WHAT IS YES?

400

Which state was the first to ratify the U.S. Constitution and be part of the country?

WHAT IS DELAWARE?

500

This vocab./key term means the three different types of plans that put together our government.  What were they?  

WHAT IS THE VIRGINIA PLAN, NEW JERSEY PLAN, CONNECTICUT COMPROMISE?

500

The first three articles of the Constitution set up our government.  Which number article coincides to which branch?

(ARTICLE ONE =

ARTICLE TWO = 

ARTICLE THREE = )

WHAT IS ARTICLE ONE = LEGISLATIVE BRANCH?

ARTICLE TWO = EXECUTIVE BRANCH?

ARTICLE THREE = JUDICIAL BRANCH? 

500

Which amendment to the Bill of Rights is deemed "the most old and outdated because we no longer have to deal with this issue on a daily basis."

WHAT IS THE 3RD AMENDMENT?  HOUSING OF SOLDIERS?

500

This amendment to the U.S. Constitution gave the federal government power to collect federal income taxes.

WHAT IS THE 16TH AMENDMENT?

500

The last time the country amended the Constitution was with the 27th Amendment.  What did the 27th Amendment change?

WHAT ARE PAY RAISES FOR MEMBERS OF GOVERNMENT?

500

The town that I am in is very diverse.  They allowed the Modern Day Black Panthers to stage a parade without paying a fee.  It was leaked to the media the township required the Ku Klux Klan to pay a fee just so they could later tell them that they can not hold a parade.  Was there a violation of rights here?

WHAT IS YES?

500

The Constitution sets up who will take over if something happens to the President.  Who is the third person in line to take over?

WHO IS THE SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE?