5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Jury of Peers
- Office of Citizen
- a Person running for office
- b Legal documentation/agreement
- c Group of citizens who decide whether someone is guilty of innocent
- d Determine how long representatives hold office and delegate them the power to make decisions and pass laws.
- e Citizen of one country who lives in another and can't vote or hold government office.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Well-being of society
- Age requirement to attend school (varies by state)
- Formal/written rules
- Law is more important than any individual (Protects against tyranny)
5 True/False questions
Criminal Trial → Person running for office
citizen → Person with rights and duties under a government who owes allegiance to a country.
President or Vice President → Determine how long representatives hold office and delegate them the power to make decisions and pass laws.
Naturalization → The process of becoming a citizen.
Immigration and Naturalization Service → INS