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20 terms
Civics Goal 1 Test Bill of Rights
First Amendment Protects
Freedom of Speech
Freedom of Religion
Freedom of Assembly
five freedoms of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petit…
the right to communicate one's opinions and ideas without fea…
the right to practice whatever religion one chooses
the right to hold public meetings and form associations witho…
First Amendment Protects
five freedoms of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petit…
Freedom of Speech
the right to communicate one's opinions and ideas without fea…
Goal 4- civics and economics
electorate college
two party system
coalitions
one party system
this group officially elects the president of the united states
the US has this type of party system
Political parties within multi-party systems must form these…
a single party dominates the government (China, Cuba, N. Kore…
electorate college
this group officially elects the president of the united states
two party system
the US has this type of party system
36 terms
Civics Goal Review: Goal 9
1. ________ measures the value of prod…
2. ________ measures products produced…
3. _________ GDP is GDP measured in co…
4. What measures the purchasing power…
GDP
GNP
Real GDP
Consumer Price Index/CPI
1. ________ measures the value of prod…
GDP
2. ________ measures products produced…
GNP
Goal 2: Civics&Economics
Popular sovereignty
Federalism
Limited government
Separation of powers
What basic principle of the US Constitution means that the pe…
What term means one federal government and several state gove…
What basic principle of the US Constitution means that the go…
Power in the US federal government is divided between the leg…
Popular sovereignty
What basic principle of the US Constitution means that the pe…
Federalism
What term means one federal government and several state gove…
37 terms
Civics Goal Review: Goal 8
1. What type of economy is based on ri…
2. In what type of economy do individu…
3. Communism is associated with what t…
4. Capitalism is associated with what…
Traditional Economy
Market Economy
Command Economy
Market Economy
1. What type of economy is based on ri…
Traditional Economy
2. In what type of economy do individu…
Market Economy
31 terms
Civics Goal Review: Goal 7
1. ____________ is/are essential for s…
2. What problem does economics work to…
3. Coal cannot be replaced once it is…
4. How would you describe our wants an…
Needs
Scarcity
Non-Renewable
Needs are necessary for survival while wants are goods/ servi…
1. ____________ is/are essential for s…
Needs
2. What problem does economics work to…
Scarcity
16 terms
Civics Goal Review: Goal 3
1. What is the NC legislature called?
2. What term describes one national go…
3. Who is the chief executive of our s…
4. How long is the term for governor?
General Assembly
Federalism
Governor
4 years
1. What is the NC legislature called?
General Assembly
2. What term describes one national go…
Federalism
40 terms
Civics Goal Review: Goal 4
1. Name the first two political partie…
2. What kind of party system does the…
3. What are the two dominant political…
4. The Democratic Party's ideals tend…
Federalist & Anti-Federalist
Two-party system
Democratic and Republican
Left; liberal
1. Name the first two political partie…
Federalist & Anti-Federalist
2. What kind of party system does the…
Two-party system
29 terms
Civics Goal Review: Goal 5
1. At the federal level, who has the p…
2. How many US Courts of Appeals has b…
3. North Carolina is in the _________U…
4. How many US District Courts have be…
Congress
13
4th
94
1. At the federal level, who has the p…
Congress
2. How many US Courts of Appeals has b…
13
Goal 5 Civics & Economics
acquittal
arraignment
bail
bill of attainder
a vote of not guilty
hearing in which a suspect is charged and pleads guilty or no…
sum of money used as a security deposit to ensure that an acc…
a law that punishes a person accused of a crime without a tri…
acquittal
a vote of not guilty
arraignment
hearing in which a suspect is charged and pleads guilty or no…
39 terms
Civics Goal Review: Goal 2
1. What basic principle of the US Cons…
2. What term means one federal governm…
3. What basic principle of the US Cons…
4. Power in the US federal government…
Popular Sovereignty
Federalism
Limited Government
Separation of Powers
1. What basic principle of the US Cons…
Popular Sovereignty
2. What term means one federal governm…
Federalism
40 terms
Civics Goal Review: Goal 1
1. What was the first document in the…
2. What was the first successful Engli…
3. What was the purpose of the Jamesto…
4. What was the purpose of the Plymout…
Mayflower Compact
Jamestown, Virginia
Religious Freedom & Tobacco production
Religious Freedom (Puritan)
1. What was the first document in the…
Mayflower Compact
2. What was the first successful Engli…
Jamestown, Virginia
45 terms
Civics Goal Review: Goal 6
1. What was the first know system of w…
2. What is meant by "eye for an eye?"
3. What set of laws established that t…
4. ________________means the study of…
Hammurabi's Code
Equal punishment for the crime committed
Justinian Code
Jurisprudence
1. What was the first know system of w…
Hammurabi's Code
2. What is meant by "eye for an eye?"
Equal punishment for the crime committed
24 terms
BILL OF RIGHTS - CIVICS
1st Amendment
2nd Amendment
3rd Amendment
4th Amendment
Freedom of Religion, Speech, Press, Assembly, and Petition
Right to Bear Arms
Right not to Quarter (house) soldiers
No unreasonable Search and Seizure --- a Search Warrant is re…
1st Amendment
Freedom of Religion, Speech, Press, Assembly, and Petition
2nd Amendment
Right to Bear Arms
29 terms
Goal 5: Civics&Economics
Congress
12
4th
94
At the federal level, who has the power to create lower feder…
How many US Courts of Appeals has been created?
North Carolina is in the ______ US District Court.
How many US District Courts have been created?
Congress
At the federal level, who has the power to create lower feder…
12
How many US Courts of Appeals has been created?
Civics Goal Review: Goal 4
1. Name the first two political partie…
2. What kind of party system does the…
3. What are the two dominant political…
4. The Democratic Party's ideals tend…
Federalist & Anti-Federalist
Two-party system
Democratic and Republican
Left; liberal
1. Name the first two political partie…
Federalist & Anti-Federalist
2. What kind of party system does the…
Two-party system
29 terms
Goal 5: Civics&Economics
Congress
12
4th
94
At the federal level, who has the power to create lower feder…
How many US Courts of Appeals has been created?
North Carolina is in the ______ US District Court.
How many US District Courts have been created?
Congress
At the federal level, who has the power to create lower feder…
12
How many US Courts of Appeals has been created?
Civics Goal 5
exclusive jurisdiction
US Senate
three
US District Court
power for only the federal courts to hear a case
who must approve appointments to the US Supreme Court
tHIS ARTICLE OF THE us cONSTITUTION CREATED THE us sUMPREME c…
Lowest federal court
exclusive jurisdiction
power for only the federal courts to hear a case
US Senate
who must approve appointments to the US Supreme Court
14 terms
Civics: Bill
1
2
3
4
idea for bill originates
member of congress sponsors bill and its assigned a number
sponsor or bill introduces it to house and it's assigned to a…
standing committee can kill, pigeonhole, or keep bill in its…
1
idea for bill originates
2
member of congress sponsors bill and its assigned a number
24 terms
Civics Goal 3
Third party
Ideological Party
platform
plank
a party that challenges the two major parties
a party that values principled stands on issues above all else
a series of statements expressing the party's principles, bel…
each individual part of a party's platform
Third party
a party that challenges the two major parties
Ideological Party
a party that values principled stands on issues above all else
63 terms
Civics & Economics - Goal 2
Limited government
Federalism
Checks and balances
Judicial Review
Principles of the Constitution. The government can't take awa…
Principles of the Constitution. The protected power to protec…
Principles of the Constitution. System of government that ens…
Principles of the Constitution. The Supreme Court checks the…
Limited government
Principles of the Constitution. The government can't take awa…
Federalism
Principles of the Constitution. The protected power to protec…
83 terms
Civics & Economics - Goal 1
Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampsh…
Delaware, New Jersey, New York, Pennsy…
Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, Sou…
New England Colonies
States in the New England Colonies (4)
States in the Middle Colonies (4)
States in the Southern Colonies (5)
Made money off of ship building, slave and fur trade, and lum…
Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampsh…
States in the New England Colonies (4)
Delaware, New Jersey, New York, Pennsy…
States in the Middle Colonies (4)
30 terms
Civics Goal 4
federalism
reserved powers
concurrent powers
apportion
A system in which power is divided between the national and s…
Powers given to the state government alone
Powers held jointly by the national and state governments.
Divide among districts
federalism
A system in which power is divided between the national and s…
reserved powers
Powers given to the state government alone
88 terms
Goal One Vocab: Civics
"No Taxation Without Representation"
Albany Plan of Union
Amendment
American Rev.
tension of colonists caused by citizens being taxed and getti…
SNAKE CARTOON (join or die)-- Ben Franklin said colonies shou…
any change to constitution
colonists revolt and win independence from britain
"No Taxation Without Representation"
tension of colonists caused by citizens being taxed and getti…
Albany Plan of Union
SNAKE CARTOON (join or die)-- Ben Franklin said colonies shou…
23 terms
civics goal 10
responsibilities
rights
duties
fiscal responsibility
become informed, participate in government, vote, respect div…
equality, liberty, security
requirements: attend school, serve on jury, obey laws, pay ta…
saving money
responsibilities
become informed, participate in government, vote, respect div…
rights
equality, liberty, security
16 terms
Goal 3: Civics&Economics
General Assembly
Federalism
Governor
4 years
What is the NC legislature called?
What term describes one national government and several state…
Who is the chief executive of our state?
How long is the term for governor?
General Assembly
What is the NC legislature called?
Federalism
What term describes one national government and several state…
85 terms
civics goal 5 vocabulary
negotiation
consensus
debate
compromise
A form of communication between opposing sides in a conflict…
General agreement
a discussion in which reasons are advanced for and against so…
A settlement in which each side gives up some of its demands…
negotiation
A form of communication between opposing sides in a conflict…
consensus
General agreement
Civics goal 1 notes
reasons for coming to the new world
Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Is…
New York, new Jersey, Pennsylvania
NC, SC, Virginia, georgia
Gain wealth, freedom of religion
New england
Middle
Southern
reasons for coming to the new world
Gain wealth, freedom of religion
Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Is…
New england
34 terms
Civics Goal 5/6
jurisprudence
prosecutor
restitution
plaintiff
the study of law
Attorney representing the govt in a criminal case
MONEY or property a person gained from a crime that they must…
side that files a civil lawsuit seeking damages
jurisprudence
the study of law
prosecutor
Attorney representing the govt in a criminal case
41 terms
Goal 7 Civics Review
good
scarcity
physical captial
renewable resource
a tangible object that can be bought and used to meet the nee…
our goods and services are limited due to this economic problem
man-made objects that are used to make other goods and services
a resource that can be naturally replensihed
good
a tangible object that can be bought and used to meet the nee…
scarcity
our goods and services are limited due to this economic problem
76 terms
Civics & Economics - Goal 3
voice vote
creating an air force
impeaching federal judges
Providing analysis for the IRS
The simplest way to vote in the House and the Senate is a ___…
Which of the following legislative powers is implied by the e…
What non-legislative power resides in the House of Representa…
What is not a major responsibility of representatives?
voice vote
The simplest way to vote in the House and the Senate is a ___…
creating an air force
Which of the following legislative powers is implied by the e…
29 terms
Civics Goal 1 Test
Sons of Liberty
Committees of Correspondence
Intolerable Acts
Writs of Assistance
A collection of loosely organized protest groups who pressure…
Formed in 1772, this was a system of communication developed…
Passed in response to the Boston Tea Party, Parliament passes…
British policy implemented during the 1760's, which gave Brit…
Sons of Liberty
A collection of loosely organized protest groups who pressure…
Committees of Correspondence
Formed in 1772, this was a system of communication developed…
18 terms
Goals of the Constitution/ Bill of Rights
goals of constitution
Article 1
Article 2
Article 3
form a more perfect union... establish justice... ensure domestic t…
states congress to be of two houses and lists powers given to…
provides president and vice president to carry our duties of…
provides judicial power to supreme court and other federal co…
goals of constitution
form a more perfect union... establish justice... ensure domestic t…
Article 1
states congress to be of two houses and lists powers given to…
7 terms
Civics- SMART Goal setting
S
M
A
R
Specific
Measurable measuring progress
Attainable not easy or hard
Relevant willing and able to work
S
Specific
M
Measurable measuring progress
126 terms
Civics and Economics Goal 2 - Constitution
1st Amendment
2nd Amendment
3rd Amendment
4th Amendment
Freedom of religion, assembly, petition, press and speech
Right to bear arms.
Prohibits the forced quartering of soldiers during peacetime.
searches and seizures (search warrant)
1st Amendment
Freedom of religion, assembly, petition, press and speech
2nd Amendment
Right to bear arms.
16 terms
Bill of Rights and Civics EOC Amendments
1st Amendment
2nd Amendment
3rd Amendment
4th Amendment
Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition.
Right to bear arms (a well... regulated miltia is neccessary to…
Restricts quartering of troops in private homes.
No "unreasonable" searches and seizures without a warrant or…
1st Amendment
Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition.
2nd Amendment
Right to bear arms (a well... regulated miltia is neccessary to…
39 terms
Goal 2: Civics&Economics
Popular sovereignty
Federalism
Limited government
Separation of powers
What basic principle of the US Constitution means that the pe…
What term means one federal government and several state gove…
What basic principle of the US Constitution means that the go…
Power in the US federal government is divided between the leg…
Popular sovereignty
What basic principle of the US Constitution means that the pe…
Federalism
What term means one federal government and several state gove…
40 terms
Goal 1: Civics&Economics
Mayflower Compact
Jamestown
God, gold, glory, and money for stock…
Religious freedom
What was the first document in the colonies to establish the…
What was the first successful English colony in the New World?
What was the purpose of the Jamestown settlement?
What was the purpose of the Plymouth and Massachusetts Bay se…
Mayflower Compact
What was the first document in the colonies to establish the…
Jamestown
What was the first successful English colony in the New World?
40 terms
Goal 4: Civics&Economics
Federalists and Anti-Federalists
2 part system
Democrats and Republicans
Left/Liberal
Name the first two political parties in the United States.
What kind of party system does the US have?
What are the two dominant political parties in the US?
The Democratic Party's ideals tend to lean where?
Federalists and Anti-Federalists
Name the first two political parties in the United States.
2 part system
What kind of party system does the US have?
40 terms
Civics: Bill of Rights
The Article that enables the Governmen…
Inalienable Rights
The People who insisted on the Bill of…
Amendment 1
Article V
The certain basic freedoms that God gave every human the righ…
The Antifederalists
The Freedom of Religion, Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Ass…
The Article that enables the Governmen…
Article V
Inalienable Rights
The certain basic freedoms that God gave every human the righ…
63 terms
Civics Goal 4 Test
electoral college
two party system
political machine
watchdog
group that officially elects the president
the US has this type of party system
a single political party dominates a government
the party out of office acts as one of these to ensure that t…
electoral college
group that officially elects the president
two party system
the US has this type of party system
35 terms
Bills civics
House of Representatives
Senate
Constituent
Gerrymander
One of the two parts of Congress, considered the "lower house…
Considered the "upper house." 100 members, 2 members for each…
A citizen who is represented in a government by officials for…
To manipulate voting districts in order to favor a particular…
House of Representatives
One of the two parts of Congress, considered the "lower house…
Senate
Considered the "upper house." 100 members, 2 members for each…
15 terms
civics bills
step 1
step2
step3
step 4
bill is introduced
standing committee
debated in house committee
sent to house rules committee
step 1
bill is introduced
step2
standing committee
36 terms
Civics and Economics Goal 2
Popular Sovereignty
Republic
Democracy
Bill of Rights
Belief that governments are created by, and are subject to, t…
Form of government in which people elect representatives to v…
Rule by the people
Rights specifically given to the people and the states
Popular Sovereignty
Belief that governments are created by, and are subject to, t…
Republic
Form of government in which people elect representatives to v…
10 terms
Civics Bills
1st Bill
2nd Bill
3rd Bill
4th Bill
Right to peacefully assemble, right to petition government, F…
Right to bare arms!
Can't quartered /sheltered army-troops in citizens home.
Can't search anything without a warrant.
1st Bill
Right to peacefully assemble, right to petition government, F…
2nd Bill
Right to bare arms!
20 terms
Civics Goal 2 Vocab
New Jersey Plan
Virginia Plan
Great Compromise
Popular Sovereignty
small population state plan, rep. equal for every state
Describes a federal gov't similar to ours today
A dual agreement system of congress representatives
Power lies within people
New Jersey Plan
small population state plan, rep. equal for every state
Virginia Plan
Describes a federal gov't similar to ours today
27 terms
Civics Goal 6
Code of Hammurabi
Ten Commandments
Magna Carta
English Bill of Rights
credited as the first written law code; written by a Babyloni…
ten laws and teachings said to have been given to Moses by God
A charter of liberty and political rights obtained from King…
document that gave England a government based on a system of…
Code of Hammurabi
credited as the first written law code; written by a Babyloni…
Ten Commandments
ten laws and teachings said to have been given to Moses by God
62 terms
Civics Goal 5
exclusive jurisdiction
US Senate
three
US District Court
power for only the federal courts to hear a case
who must approve appointments to the US Supreme Court
tHIS ARTICLE OF THE us cONSTITUTION CREATED THE us sUMPREME c…
Lowest federal court
exclusive jurisdiction
power for only the federal courts to hear a case
US Senate
who must approve appointments to the US Supreme Court
62 terms
Civics Goal 5
exclusive jurisdiction
US Senate
three
US District Court
power for only the federal courts to hear a case
who must approve appointments to the US Supreme Court
tHIS ARTICLE OF THE us cONSTITUTION CREATED THE us sUMPREME c…
Lowest federal court
exclusive jurisdiction
power for only the federal courts to hear a case
US Senate
who must approve appointments to the US Supreme Court
45 terms
Goal 6 Civics Vocab
Accessory
Acquitted
Affidavit
Age of Majority
a person who knows about a crime even though he was not there…
set free; found not guilty of a crime
written statement under oath
age at which one becomes legally able to act for himself as a…
Accessory
a person who knows about a crime even though he was not there…
Acquitted
set free; found not guilty of a crime
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