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Civics Obj. 40.4

EL Civics G&H and Naturalization Interview

QuestionAnswer
Constitution The supreme law of the land
Bill of Rights First ten amendments to the Constitution
president head of the Executive Branch of government
The United States of America The country between Canada and Mexico on the North American Continent
House of Representatives 435 members representing the 50 states
Congress The Senate and The House of Representatives
election The process of electing representatives for the people of the United States
naturalization The process of becoming a U.S. Citizen
We The People The first three words of the Constitution
two The word that means the number 2
elect to select by vote for an office or for membership
Representative a member of the House of Representatives; a person who works on behalf of another
November The month in which the presidential election takes place
Senator a member of the U.S. Senate
every four years Presidential elections are held every four years in November
vote To express a choice or an opinion on election day
Created by: vjones