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CATEGORY 1 Articles of Confederatio n

CATEGORY 1 Articles of Confederatio n

CATEGORY 2 Constitution al Convention

CATEGORY 2 Constitution al Convention

CATEGORY 3 Constitution Set-Up

CATEGORY 3 Constitution Set-Up

CATEGORY 4 Principles of the Constitution

CATEGORY 4 Principles of the Constitution

CATEGORY 5 What the Heck? (Potpourri)

CATEGORY 5 What the Heck? (Potpourri)

Principles Articles of Constituti of Cons. Confed. Conventi on Set-Up on What? $100 $100

Principles Articles of Constituti of Cons. Confed. Conventi on Set-Up on What? $100 $100 $200 $200 $300 $300 $400 $400 $500 $500

CATEGORY 1 – 1 T I was the major reason Shays’s Rebellion happened

CATEGORY 1 – 1 T I was the major reason Shays’s Rebellion happened

CATEGORY 1 – 2 T This was the 1 st ordinance that set up

CATEGORY 1 – 2 T This was the 1 st ordinance that set up a plan for surveying western lands. (The 1 st ordinance under the Articles of Confed. )

CATEGORY 1 – 3 T This term means formal approval.

CATEGORY 1 – 3 T This term means formal approval.

CATEGORY 1 – 4 T This means two houses

CATEGORY 1 – 4 T This means two houses

CATEGORY 1 – 5 T Define: confederation

CATEGORY 1 – 5 T Define: confederation

CATEGORY 2 – 1 T Three Branches of Government Power of Veto Oath to

CATEGORY 2 – 1 T Three Branches of Government Power of Veto Oath to the federal government What proposed plan am I referencing?

CATEGORY 2 – 2 T This was the only state NOT to send delegates

CATEGORY 2 – 2 T This was the only state NOT to send delegates because they felt the process would take rights away from people/state

CATEGORY 2 – 3 T Delegates pick the president and vice-president. What is this

CATEGORY 2 – 3 T Delegates pick the president and vice-president. What is this process called?

CATEGORY 2 – 4 T Why were Anti-Federalist so opposed to the idea of

CATEGORY 2 – 4 T Why were Anti-Federalist so opposed to the idea of a Constitution?

CATEGORY 2 – 5 T Tell me the relationship between the following: 1)Great Compromise

CATEGORY 2 – 5 T Tell me the relationship between the following: 1)Great Compromise 2)3/5 Compromise 3)House of Representatives

CATEGORY 3 – 1 T What 3 parts make up the Constitution?

CATEGORY 3 – 1 T What 3 parts make up the Constitution?

CATEGORY 3 – 2 T Article 1 of the Constitution talks about what branch

CATEGORY 3 – 2 T Article 1 of the Constitution talks about what branch of government?

CATEGORY 3 – 3 T How many amendments are in the Constitution?

CATEGORY 3 – 3 T How many amendments are in the Constitution?

CATEGORY 3 – 4 T It is the job of this branch to interpret

CATEGORY 3 – 4 T It is the job of this branch to interpret the Constitution when reviewing laws.

CATEGORY 3 – 5 T How are the states involved in the process of

CATEGORY 3 – 5 T How are the states involved in the process of ratifying an amendment to the Constitution? (Give me a fraction – Hint: it is not 2/3)

CATEGORY 4 – 1 T Define: Popular Sovereignty

CATEGORY 4 – 1 T Define: Popular Sovereignty

CATEGORY 4 – 2 T This establishes the Constitution as the highest law.

CATEGORY 4 – 2 T This establishes the Constitution as the highest law.

CATEGORY 4 – 3 T These are powers that are set aside for state

CATEGORY 4 – 3 T These are powers that are set aside for state governments

CATEGORY 4 – 4 T Define: Rule of Law

CATEGORY 4 – 4 T Define: Rule of Law

CATEGORY 4 – 5 T Powers shared by the federal and state governments are

CATEGORY 4 – 5 T Powers shared by the federal and state governments are called:

CATEGORY 5 – 1 T This term means: one who is disloyal to their

CATEGORY 5 – 1 T This term means: one who is disloyal to their country.

CATEGORY 5 – 2 T Article 3 of the Constitution deals with what branch

CATEGORY 5 – 2 T Article 3 of the Constitution deals with what branch of government?

CATEGORY 5 – 3 T This is basically thesis of the Constitution

CATEGORY 5 – 3 T This is basically thesis of the Constitution

CATEGORY 5 – 4 T Congress under the Articles of Confederation was _______ (vocab

CATEGORY 5 – 4 T Congress under the Articles of Confederation was _______ (vocab term) because it did not have a Senate.

CATEGORY 5 – 5 T This plan was created to ensure that each state

CATEGORY 5 – 5 T This plan was created to ensure that each state had equal representation and that by having multiple leaders, you can fight leader corruption

CATEGORY 1 – 1 T Debt

CATEGORY 1 – 1 T Debt

CATEGORY 1 – 2 T Ordinance of 1785

CATEGORY 1 – 2 T Ordinance of 1785

CATEGORY 1 – 3 T ratification

CATEGORY 1 – 3 T ratification

CATEGORY 1 – 4 T Bi-Cameral

CATEGORY 1 – 4 T Bi-Cameral

CATEGORY 1 – 5 T A group of individual state governments that band together

CATEGORY 1 – 5 T A group of individual state governments that band together for a common purpose.

CATEGORY 2 – 1 T Virginia Plan

CATEGORY 2 – 1 T Virginia Plan

CATEGORY 2 – 2 T Rhode Island

CATEGORY 2 – 2 T Rhode Island

CATEGORY 2 – 3 T Electoral College

CATEGORY 2 – 3 T Electoral College

CATEGORY 2 – 4 T They were afraid of a lose of civil liberties

CATEGORY 2 – 4 T They were afraid of a lose of civil liberties to the government

CATEGORY 2 – 5 T Both dealt with population and representation in the House

CATEGORY 2 – 5 T Both dealt with population and representation in the House of Rep. based off of it.

CATEGORY 3 – 1 T Preamble Articles Amendments

CATEGORY 3 – 1 T Preamble Articles Amendments

CATEGORY 3 – 2 T Legislative Branch

CATEGORY 3 – 2 T Legislative Branch

CATEGORY 3 – 3 T 27

CATEGORY 3 – 3 T 27

CATEGORY 3 – 4 T Supreme Court

CATEGORY 3 – 4 T Supreme Court

CATEGORY 3 – 5 T An amendments must be ratified by ¾ of the

CATEGORY 3 – 5 T An amendments must be ratified by ¾ of the states.

CATEGORY 4 – 1 T Power lies with the people

CATEGORY 4 – 1 T Power lies with the people

CATEGORY 4 – 2 T The Supremacy Clause

CATEGORY 4 – 2 T The Supremacy Clause

CATEGORY 4 – 3 T Reserved Powers

CATEGORY 4 – 3 T Reserved Powers

CATEGORY 4 – 4 T The law applies to everyone, including those who govern

CATEGORY 4 – 4 T The law applies to everyone, including those who govern

CATEGORY 4 – 5 T Concurrent

CATEGORY 4 – 5 T Concurrent

CATEGORY 5 – 1 T Treason

CATEGORY 5 – 1 T Treason

CATEGORY 5 – 2 T The Judicial Branch

CATEGORY 5 – 2 T The Judicial Branch

CATEGORY 5 – 3 T Preamble

CATEGORY 5 – 3 T Preamble

CATEGORY 5 – 4 T Unicameral

CATEGORY 5 – 4 T Unicameral

CATEGORY 5 – 5 T The New Jersey Plan

CATEGORY 5 – 5 T The New Jersey Plan

Foundations of Government

Foundations of Government

FINAL CATEGORY What are the 5 principles of government?

FINAL CATEGORY What are the 5 principles of government?

FINAL CATEGORY Popular Sovereignty Federalism Checks and Balances Separation of Powers Limited Government/The Rule

FINAL CATEGORY Popular Sovereignty Federalism Checks and Balances Separation of Powers Limited Government/The Rule of Law

END OF GAME Daily Doubles and usage notes follow. . .

END OF GAME Daily Doubles and usage notes follow. . .

JEOPARDY! Slide Show Notes • • The font for the question & answer slides

JEOPARDY! Slide Show Notes • • The font for the question & answer slides is “Enchanted; ” a copy of this font in located in the “REAL Jeopardy Template” folder. (This font will need to be installed in the C: /WINDOWS/FONTS folder of the computer running the show. ) In order to keep all of the sounds and fonts together, copy the entire “REAL Jeopardy Template” folder. To change the categories: – – • 1. Go to “Edit” and “Replace…” 2. In the Find box, type CATEGORY 1 (all caps) 3. In the Replace box, type the category in all caps (for example, PRESIDENTS) 4. Click Replace All. . . To use the Daily Double: – 1. Choose which dollar values to set as Daily Double – 2. Link that dollar value to one of the DD slides – 3. Link the arrow on the DD slide to the correct question slide (so dollar/category match)

Running the JEOPARDY! Slide Show • • On the game board with the categories

Running the JEOPARDY! Slide Show • • On the game board with the categories on top, click on the desired dollar value. (The first game board is used only to blink in the dollar values like the show. ) ICONS: – – ? Go to the answer screen. House Go back to the game board. Right Arrow (on Daily Doubles) Go to the question screen. Turned-up Arrow Reload question screen after incorrect guess