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Constitution Test

United States Constitution unit test study guide for Mr. Kust's class.

Name the names, powers, and main jobs of the three branches of government?
Explain Checks and Balances and why the framers designed this system?
The process of how a bill becomes a law and the vetoing process?
Amend definition?
Ratify definition?
Elastic Clause definition?
Federalism definition?
Impeach definition?
Bicameral definition?
Other facts about the three branches of government?
Checks and balances diagram?
Amendment process, the number of amendments, and amendments that have been taken out?
Delegated, Reserved, and Concurrent powers?
Identify what powers belong to each group?
The names of at least 3 executive departments?
Law Firms?
Three parts of the Constitution?
Why is the Constitution a 'living document'?
3 fascinating facts?
Bill of Rights?
5 parts of the first amendment?
All the parts of the 5/6 amendments?
5 big ideas of the Constitution?
Chapter 6 1 and 2.
Who wrote the Constitution and when/why the Bill of Rights was added?
Created by: 20weim