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Constitution Jeopardy Who Am Who’s On First? Right Now! I? Let’s Compromise Principle’s Office

Constitution Jeopardy Who Am Who’s On First? Right Now! I? Let’s Compromise Principle’s Office 100 100 100 200 200 200 300 300 300 400 400 400 500 500 500 Final Jeopardy

Who Am I? | Q for 100 People refer to me as the “Father

Who Am I? | Q for 100 People refer to me as the “Father of the Constitution”

Who Am I? | A for 100 James Madison

Who Am I? | A for 100 James Madison

Who Am I? | Q for 200 I was president of the Constitutional Convention

Who Am I? | Q for 200 I was president of the Constitutional Convention

Who Am I? | A for 200 George Washington

Who Am I? | A for 200 George Washington

Who Am I? | Q for 300 I was the oldest delegate at 81

Who Am I? | Q for 300 I was the oldest delegate at 81 and had signed the Declaration of Independence

Who Am I? | A for 300 Benjamin Franklin

Who Am I? | A for 300 Benjamin Franklin

Who Am I? | Q for 400 In 1690, I first declared that all

Who Am I? | Q for 400 In 1690, I first declared that all people had natural rights to life, liberty, and property

Who Am I? | A for 400 John Locke

Who Am I? | A for 400 John Locke

Who Am I? | Q for 500 The Federalist Papers were essays supporting the

Who Am I? | Q for 500 The Federalist Papers were essays supporting the Constitution and written by James Madison and… (two names)

Who Am I? | A for 500 Alexander Hamilton and John Jay

Who Am I? | A for 500 Alexander Hamilton and John Jay

Let’s Compromise | Q for 100 The large states at the Constitutional Convention supported

Let’s Compromise | Q for 100 The large states at the Constitutional Convention supported the ___ Plan for the new government because it awarded seats based on ___.

Let’s Compromise | A for 100 Virginia ------------------------- population

Let’s Compromise | A for 100 Virginia ------------------------- population

Let’s Compromise | Q for 200 The small states at the Constitutional Convention supported

Let’s Compromise | Q for 200 The small states at the Constitutional Convention supported the ___ Plan for the new government because each state received ___ in the legislature.

Let’s Compromise | A for 200 New Jersey ------------------------- one vote

Let’s Compromise | A for 200 New Jersey ------------------------- one vote

Let’s Compromise | Q for 300 The Great Compromise was proposed by ___ from

Let’s Compromise | Q for 300 The Great Compromise was proposed by ___ from the state of ___.

Let’s Compromise | A for 300 Roger Sherman ---------------------------------- Connecticut

Let’s Compromise | A for 300 Roger Sherman ---------------------------------- Connecticut

Let’s Compromise | Q for 400 Northerners and southerners disagreed on how slaves should

Let’s Compromise | Q for 400 Northerners and southerners disagreed on how slaves should be counted. They settled their differences in the ___.

Let’s Compromise | A for 400 Three-Fifths Compromise

Let’s Compromise | A for 400 Three-Fifths Compromise

Let’s Compromise | Q for 500 One final disagreement between North and South: To

Let’s Compromise | Q for 500 One final disagreement between North and South: To ban or not to ban slavery? -------------------------------------------- What was their final compromise on this issue?

Let’s Compromise | A for 500 Congress could not outlaw the slave trade for

Let’s Compromise | A for 500 Congress could not outlaw the slave trade for at least twenty years.

Who’s On First? | Q for 100 This 1215 English document stated that the

Who’s On First? | Q for 100 This 1215 English document stated that the monarchy was not above the law and that people had rights to private property and the right to trial by jury

Who’s On First? | A for 100 Magna Carta

Who’s On First? | A for 100 Magna Carta

Who’s On First? | Q for 200 This 1689 document allowed citizens to bear

Who’s On First? | Q for 200 This 1689 document allowed citizens to bear arms and affirmed the right of habeas corpus (no person held without charge)

Who’s On First? | A for 200 English Bill of Rights

Who’s On First? | A for 200 English Bill of Rights

Who’s On First? | Q for 300 This first document of self -government in

Who’s On First? | Q for 300 This first document of self -government in North America was written in 1620 off the coast of Massachusetts

Who’s On First? | A for 300 Mayflower Compact

Who’s On First? | A for 300 Mayflower Compact

Who’s On First? | Q for 400 The Constitution used the grievances against the

Who’s On First? | Q for 400 The Constitution used the grievances against the king in this document to prevent future abuses

Who’s On First? | A for 400 Declaration of Independence

Who’s On First? | A for 400 Declaration of Independence

Who’s On First? | Q for 500 The first three words of our Constitution…

Who’s On First? | Q for 500 The first three words of our Constitution…

Who’s On First? | A for 500

Who’s On First? | A for 500

Right Now! | Q for 100 Freedoms of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition

Right Now! | Q for 100 Freedoms of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition

Right Now! | A for 100 Amendment One

Right Now! | A for 100 Amendment One

Right Now! | Q for 200 The right to bear arms

Right Now! | Q for 200 The right to bear arms

Right Now! | A for 200 Amendment Two

Right Now! | A for 200 Amendment Two

Right Now! | Q for 300 Guarantees reasonable bail and protection from cruel and

Right Now! | Q for 300 Guarantees reasonable bail and protection from cruel and unusual punishment

Right Now! | A for 300 Amendment Eight

Right Now! | A for 300 Amendment Eight

Right Now! | Q for 400 Protection from unreasonable search and seizure

Right Now! | Q for 400 Protection from unreasonable search and seizure

Right Now! | A for 400 Amendment Four

Right Now! | A for 400 Amendment Four

Right Now! | Q for 500 No quartering of soldiers in homes during times

Right Now! | Q for 500 No quartering of soldiers in homes during times of peace

Right Now! | A for 500 Amendment Three

Right Now! | A for 500 Amendment Three

Principle’s Office | Q for 100 Powers of the government are restricted by the

Principle’s Office | Q for 100 Powers of the government are restricted by the Constitution

Principle’s Office | A for 100 Limited Government

Principle’s Office | A for 100 Limited Government

Principle’s Office | Q for 200 Each of the three branches of government exercises

Principle’s Office | Q for 200 Each of the three branches of government exercises some control over the others, sharing power among them

Principle’s Office | A for 200 Checks and Balances

Principle’s Office | A for 200 Checks and Balances

Principle’s Office | Q for 300 Government gets its authority from the people and

Principle’s Office | Q for 300 Government gets its authority from the people and they have the right to create, alter, or abolish it

Principle’s Office | A for 300 Popular Sovereignty

Principle’s Office | A for 300 Popular Sovereignty

Principle’s Office | Q for 400 Power is divided between the national and state

Principle’s Office | Q for 400 Power is divided between the national and state governments, limiting central power

Principle’s Office | A for 400 Federalism

Principle’s Office | A for 400 Federalism

Principle’s Office | Q for 500 Instead of taking part directly in government (democracy),

Principle’s Office | Q for 500 Instead of taking part directly in government (democracy), citizens rule through their elected representatives

Principle’s Office | A for 500 Republicanism

Principle’s Office | A for 500 Republicanism

Final Jeopardy Answer The total number of amendments in the Constitution.

Final Jeopardy Answer The total number of amendments in the Constitution.

Final Jeopardy Question What is twenty-seven?

Final Jeopardy Question What is twenty-seven?