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  1. US Constitution JEOPARDY

  2. Contestants Don’t Forget...

  3. …Always phrase your answers in the form of a question!

  4. Hands on your buzzers, its... US Constitution JEOPARDY!

  5. Federalism Checks& Balances Potpourri (Anything) Articles of Confed Sep. of Powers Common Bond CLICK FOR DOUBLE JEOPARDY 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500

  6. Articles of Confederation $100 UNDER THE ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION, EACH STATE HAD THIS MANY VOTES.

  7. One Back toGame

  8. Articles of Confederation $200 THIS MANY STATES NEEDED TO APPROVE SOMETHING WITHIN CONGRESS FOR IT TO PASS.

  9. 9 of 13 Back toGame

  10. Articles of Confederation $300 A MAJOR WEAKNESS UNDER THE ARTICLES WAS THAT THERE WAS NOT ONE OF THESE PEOPLE TO BE THE FACE OF THE NATION.

  11. A President / leader Back toGame

  12. Articles of Confederation $400 THIS RARE SUCCESS OF THE ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION ESTABLISHED A METHOD FOR ADMITTING NEW STATES

  13. The Northwest Ordinance of 1787 Back toGame

  14. Articles of Confederation $500 THIS EVENT SIGNALED THAT THE ARTICLES DID NOT WORK BECAUSE THE NATIONAL GOVERNMENT WAS TOO WEAK. IT LED TO THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION.

  15. Shay’s Rebellion Back toGame

  16. Separation of Powers $100 THE PRESIDENT IS THE HEAD OF THIS BRANCH

  17. Executive Back toGame

  18. Separation of Powers $200 THIS BRANCH INTERPRETS THE LAW

  19. Judicial Back toGame

  20. Separation of Powers $300 THERE ARE 100 SENATORS. THIS IS BECAUSE EACH STATE GETS THIS MANY

  21. Two Back toGame

  22. Separation of Powers $400 THIS BRANCH COULD BE DESCRIBED AS BICAMERAL

  23. Legislative Back toGame

  24. Separation of Powers $500 NONE OF THE HIGHEST MEMBERS OF THIS BRANCH ARE ELECTED BY THE PEOPLE

  25. Judicial Back toGame

  26. Federalism $100 THE POWER TO BUILD ROADS BELONGS TO THIS GOVERNMENT

  27. Both the state and national governments Back toGame

  28. DAILY DOUBLE DAILY DOUBLE DAILY DOUBLE DAILY DOUBLE

  29. Federalism $200 DAILY DOUBLE ONLY THIS GOVERNMENT CAN COIN MONEY

  30. The Federal Government Back toGame

  31. Federalism $300 THIS GOVERNMENT HAS THE RIGHT TO ESTABLISH A MILITARY

  32. The Federal Government Back toGame

  33. Federalism $400 THE RIGHT TO ESTABLISH SCHOOLS BELONGS TO THIS GOVERNMENT

  34. State Governments Back toGame

  35. Federalism $500 THIS GOVERNMENT IS ABLE TO RAISE TAXES

  36. Both the state and federal government Back toGame

  37. Common Bond $100 LEGISLATIVE EXECUTIVE JUDICIAL

  38. The Three Branches Back toGame

  39. Common Bond $200 SECRETARY OF STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL SECRETARY OF DEFENSE

  40. Members of the Cabinet Back toGame

  41. Common Bond $300 FREEDOM OF SPEECH FREEDOM OF RELIGION FREEDOM OF THE PRESS

  42. Rights protected by the 1st Amendment Back toGame

  43. Common Bond $400 35 YEARS OLD NATURAL BORN US CITIZEN US RESIDENT FOR 14 YEARS

  44. Qualifications to be president Back toGame

  45. Common Bond $500 ANTONIN SCALIA SONYA SOTOMAYOR CLARENCE THOMAS

  46. Supreme Court Justices Back toGame

  47. Checks & Balances $100 IF THE PRESIDENT DOES NOT LIKE AN ACT, HE CAN DO THIS TO IT TO STOP IT

  48. Veto Back toGame

  49. Checks & Balances $200 IF THE PRESIDENT OR A JUSTICE BREAKS THE LAW, IT IS UP TO THIS BRANCH TO IMPEACH THEM

  50. Legislative Back toGame