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Social Studies - The Bill of Rights
amendment
constitution
constitutional
due process
An addition to a document or policy, a change to the original
a document of policy determining how a government should and…
referring to the constitution, something is constitutional if…
a process of steps where everyone is treated equally and all…
amendment
An addition to a document or policy, a change to the original
constitution
a document of policy determining how a government should and…
social studies bill of rights
first amendment
second amendment
third amendment
fourth amendment
freedom of speech, religion, press, assembly, and petition
right to bear arms
cannot be forced to keep soldiers in homes during peacetime
protection from unreasonable searches and seizures
first amendment
freedom of speech, religion, press, assembly, and petition
second amendment
right to bear arms
Bill of Rights (Social Studies Bill of Rights Unit)
Guarantees that the army cannot force…
Freedom of religion, press, speech and…
Protects the right to own guns and the…
Protects people from unreasonable sear…
3rd Amendment
1st Amendment
2nd Amendment
4th Amendment
Guarantees that the army cannot force…
3rd Amendment
Freedom of religion, press, speech and…
1st Amendment
Bill of Rights Study Guide
Amendment 1
Amendment 2
Amendment 3
Amendment 4
Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly and petition
Right to bear arms (also known as the right to own guns)
government may not force U.S. citizens to shelter soldiers in…
Citizens are protected from unreasonable searches of a person…
Amendment 1
Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly and petition
Amendment 2
Right to bear arms (also known as the right to own guns)
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Bill of Rights Study Guide
List the five freedoms in the 1st Amen…
If you want to start a religion to you…
Slander
Who can own a gun in this country?
Religion, Assemble, Petition, Press, Speech
Yes: Freedom of Religion
is when someone tells lies about someone.
Anyone who meets the 3 requirements
List the five freedoms in the 1st Amen…
Religion, Assemble, Petition, Press, Speech
If you want to start a religion to you…
Yes: Freedom of Religion
Bill of Rights Study Set
1st Amendment
2nd Amendment
3rd Amendment
4th Amendment
Freedom of speech, religion, press, petition, & assembly.
Right to bear arms
No quartering of troops
No illegal search and seizure
1st Amendment
Freedom of speech, religion, press, petition, & assembly.
2nd Amendment
Right to bear arms
Social Studies: Bill of Rights
BILL OF RIGHTS
the bill of rights is
the first amendment includes
how many things does the first amendme…
...
the first 10 amendments to the constitution
the right to speech, the right to press, the right to assembl…
5
BILL OF RIGHTS
...
the bill of rights is
the first 10 amendments to the constitution
Study Guide: Bill of Rights
First Amendment
Second Amendment
Third Amendment
Fourth Amendment
No official religion. Freedom of Religion, Speech, Press, Ass…
The right to bear arms. A well regulated militia, being neces…
Quartering troops in homes. Forbids the government to order p…
Searches and seizures. Protects Americans against unreasonabl…
First Amendment
No official religion. Freedom of Religion, Speech, Press, Ass…
Second Amendment
The right to bear arms. A well regulated militia, being neces…
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Law Studies - Bill of Rights
First Amendment
2nd Amendment
3rd Amendment
4th Amendment
Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, & petition
Right to bear arms (guns)
No quartering of troops
No search and seizure without a proper warrant
First Amendment
Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, & petition
2nd Amendment
Right to bear arms (guns)
10 terms
Social Studies-Bill of Rights
1st Amendment
2nd Amendment
3rd Amendment
4th Amendment
Freedom of religion, speech, & press; rights of petition & as…
Right to keep & bear arms
No forced quartering of troops
No unreasonable searches & seizures
1st Amendment
Freedom of religion, speech, & press; rights of petition & as…
2nd Amendment
Right to keep & bear arms
10 terms
Social studies Bill of rights
First Amendment
Second amendment
Third amendment
Fourth amendment
You're right to express yourself; RAPPS
Right to defend yourself/hold a gun
No housing of soldiers
No search and seizure without a warrant; magnifying glass
First Amendment
You're right to express yourself; RAPPS
Second amendment
Right to defend yourself/hold a gun
Social Studies Bill of Rights
Amendment 1
Amendment 2
Amendment 3
Amendment 4
Protects the rights of every American. It defines the freedom…
Guarantees Americans the right to bear arms, or own guns.
Prevents the government from forcing citizens to shelter sold…
Protects the privacy of American citizens. It prohibits, or p…
Amendment 1
Protects the rights of every American. It defines the freedom…
Amendment 2
Guarantees Americans the right to bear arms, or own guns.
25 terms
Social Studies Bill of Rights
First Amendment
Second Amendment
Third Amendment
Fourth Amendment
5 protected rights: Religon Speech Press Assembly Petition
Right to Keep and Bear Arms
Quartering Soldiers
Search and Seizure
First Amendment
5 protected rights: Religon Speech Press Assembly Petition
Second Amendment
Right to Keep and Bear Arms
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Social Studies-Bill Of Rights
1st amendment
2nd name for the Bill Of Rights
2nd amendment
8th amendment
protects the freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom…
10 amendments
protects an individual's right to bear arms/carry a gun, and…
protects and individuals right to no excessive bail, no cruel…
1st amendment
protects the freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom…
2nd name for the Bill Of Rights
10 amendments
15 terms
Social studies "Bill of Rights"
By 2/3 vote of congress
By 3/4 of states
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Amendment one
How are amendments proposed?
How are amendments ratified?
How many times has this process been used to date?
Freedom of religion
By 2/3 vote of congress
How are amendments proposed?
By 3/4 of states
How are amendments ratified?
15 terms
Social Studies Bill of Rights
First Amendment
Second Amendment
Third Amendment
Fourth Amendment
*freedom of religion... *freedom of the press... *freedom of speech
right to keep and bear arms
people can't be forced to keep soldiers in their homes
no unreasonable search and seizure
First Amendment
*freedom of religion... *freedom of the press... *freedom of speech
Second Amendment
right to keep and bear arms
Social Studies Bill of Rights
Freedom of Speech
Freedom of Religion
Freedom of Press
Freedom of Assembly
Freedom to voice opinion using words, actions or symbols
Freedom to worship or not worship as you choose
Freedom to obtain or publish information from newspapers, boo…
Right to gather together peaceably and protest
Freedom of Speech
Freedom to voice opinion using words, actions or symbols
Freedom of Religion
Freedom to worship or not worship as you choose
38 terms
Social studies bill of rights
1
1
1
1
Freedom of speech
Freedom of religion
Freedom of the press
Right to assemble/petition
1
Freedom of speech
1
Freedom of religion
SOCIAL STUDIES: bill of rights
amendment 1
amendment 2
amendment 3
amendment 4
freedom of speech and religion : gov can't make laws about re…
right to bear arms : people can own and use guns, citizen arm…
can't force you to quarter soldiers : government can not make…
no unreasonable search and seizure with out a warrant : citiz…
amendment 1
freedom of speech and religion : gov can't make laws about re…
amendment 2
right to bear arms : people can own and use guns, citizen arm…
Bill of rights study guide
Amendment 1
Amendment 2
Amendment 3
Amendment 4
Freedom of speech, press, religion, assemble, and petition
The right to bear arms
Quartering soldiers
search and seizure
Amendment 1
Freedom of speech, press, religion, assemble, and petition
Amendment 2
The right to bear arms
10 terms
Social Studies Bill of Rights
Amendment 7
Amendment 5
Amendment 8
Amendment 2
Civil Trials
Rights of people accused of crimes
Bails, fines, and punishment
Right to bear arms
Amendment 7
Civil Trials
Amendment 5
Rights of people accused of crimes
Social Studies: Bill of Rights
The ________________________ thought t…
The _______________________ feared tha…
A compromise means that both sides hav…
Explain how the Bill of Rights was a c…
Federalists
Anti-Federalists,
agree on something
...
The ________________________ thought t…
Federalists
The _______________________ feared tha…
Anti-Federalists,
25 terms
Social Studies Bill of Rights
Amendment
First Amendment
abridge
petition
a change; the Constitution has been changed 27 times since wr…
Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition
limit
ask
Amendment
a change; the Constitution has been changed 27 times since wr…
First Amendment
Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition
12 terms
Bill of Rights Study Guide
What 5 rights does the 1st Amendment g…
What is the Bill of Rights?
How many Amendments are in the Bill of…
What right does Amendment 2 give the p…
Freedom of Speech... Freedom of Petition... Freedom of Religion... Fre…
1. Gives rights to the people... 2. Protects people from governm…
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Rights to bear arms (have guns)
What 5 rights does the 1st Amendment g…
Freedom of Speech... Freedom of Petition... Freedom of Religion... Fre…
What is the Bill of Rights?
1. Gives rights to the people... 2. Protects people from governm…
Social Studies - The Bill of Rights
2nd Amendment
1st Amendment
3rd Amendment
4th Amendment
Right to bear arms
Freedom of religion, speech, press (media), assembly (to gath…
In times of peace, citizens do not have to quarter (allow sol…
Freedom from unreasonable searches and seizures
2nd Amendment
Right to bear arms
1st Amendment
Freedom of religion, speech, press (media), assembly (to gath…
Bill of rights study guide
1
2
3
4
Freedom of speech,petition,press,assembly,religion
Right to bear arms
Right to say no to soldiers who want to stay with you
Protects your privacy and gives the right to say no to unnece…
1
Freedom of speech,petition,press,assembly,religion
2
Right to bear arms
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Bill of Rights to Study
First Amendment
Fourth Amendment
Fifth Amendment
Sixth Amendment
The First Amendment states:... Congress shall make no law respec…
The Fourth Amendment states:... 1. Right of the people to be sec…
The Fifth Amendment states:... 1. No person shall be held to ans…
The Sixth Amendment States:... 1. Accused is entitled to a speed…
First Amendment
The First Amendment states:... Congress shall make no law respec…
Fourth Amendment
The Fourth Amendment states:... 1. Right of the people to be sec…
10 terms
Social Studies:Bill of Rights
what is the 1st amendment?
what is the 2nd amendment
what is the 3rd amendment?
what is the 4th amendment?
You have freedom of speech,religion,press,assemble,petition e…
The right to bear arms.
Citizens do not have to quarter soldiers.
The rights that protect you against illegal search and seizur…
what is the 1st amendment?
You have freedom of speech,religion,press,assemble,petition e…
what is the 2nd amendment
The right to bear arms.
Bill of Rights Quiz - Study Guide
1st Amendment
2nd Amendment
3rd Amendment
4th Amendment
Guarantees rights concerning religion, speech, assembly, pres…
Guarantees the right to bear arms and form a militia.
Restricts the quartering of soldiers in private homes without…
Prohibits unreasonable searches, seizures by requiring law en…
1st Amendment
Guarantees rights concerning religion, speech, assembly, pres…
2nd Amendment
Guarantees the right to bear arms and form a militia.
10 terms
Bill of Rights-Study guide
1st Amendment
2nd Amendment
3rd Amendment
4th Amendment
freedom of speech, religion,press,assembly and petition
Every citizen has the right to bear arms,and states have a ri…
No soldier at any time of peace should be quartered to any
Police don't have the general right to make illegal searches…
1st Amendment
freedom of speech, religion,press,assembly and petition
2nd Amendment
Every citizen has the right to bear arms,and states have a ri…
15 terms
Social Studies Bill of Rights
What is some of the first laws in the…
What are the rest of the first amendme…
Why didn't the new government wasn't s…
What did the people do to make people…
Freedom of speech, Press, and Religion
Right to petition the government and Rights to assemble
Some people saw that this government look a lot like a king
They but in the bill of rights and made them sign it after th…
What is some of the first laws in the…
Freedom of speech, Press, and Religion
What are the rest of the first amendme…
Right to petition the government and Rights to assemble
40 terms
Bill of Rights Study Set
Bill of Rights
civil liberties
constitution
eminent domain
Name given to the first ten amendments.
The guarantees of the safety of persons, opinions, and proper…
The body of fundamental laws setting out the principles, stru…
Power of a government to take private property for public use…
Bill of Rights
Name given to the first ten amendments.
civil liberties
The guarantees of the safety of persons, opinions, and proper…
Bill of rights study guide
Assembly
Ban
Jury
Rights
A gathering of people
A law to stop something
People who listen to a court case and decide what the facts m…
What is owed to by law
Assembly
A gathering of people
Ban
A law to stop something
10 terms
Bill of Rights Study Guide
1- Freedom is #1
2- Two Bear Arms
3- Three's a Crowd
4- Four doors on a car (Police Can't S…
Free Speech, press, religion, and assembly
Right to Bear Arms (Guns/Ordinary Weapons)
No quartering of troops in homes
No Unreasonable Searches or Siezures
1- Freedom is #1
Free Speech, press, religion, and assembly
2- Two Bear Arms
Right to Bear Arms (Guns/Ordinary Weapons)
Bill Of Rights Study
First Amendment
Second Amendment
Third Amendment
Fourth Amendment
Freedom of Religion, Freedom of Speech, Freedom of the Press,…
Right to Bear Arms... People have the right to own weapons.
Quartering Troops... Citizens cannot be forced to house soldiers…
No unreasonable searches or seizures
First Amendment
Freedom of Religion, Freedom of Speech, Freedom of the Press,…
Second Amendment
Right to Bear Arms... People have the right to own weapons.
10 terms
Bill of Rights Study Set
1st Amendment
2nd Amendment
3rd Amendment
4th Amendment
Freedom of speech, religion, press, petition, and assembly.
Right to bear arms.
No quartering of troops
No illegal search and seizure
1st Amendment
Freedom of speech, religion, press, petition, and assembly.
2nd Amendment
Right to bear arms.
18 terms
Bill of Rights/ American Studies
Amendment 1
describe Freedom of Religion
describe Freedom of Speech
describe Freedom of the Press
Protects the five most basic liberties; freedom of religion,…
The government cannot force you to accept a religion or inter…
Entitles American citizens to say what they think and also gi…
The rights to gather, publish, and distribute information and…
Amendment 1
Protects the five most basic liberties; freedom of religion,…
describe Freedom of Religion
The government cannot force you to accept a religion or inter…
10 terms
Bill of rights Study Guide
1 Amendment
2 Amendment
3rd Amendment
4th Amendment
Freedom of speech, religion, press, assembly, and petition
Bear Arms
Quartering of soldiers
Arrests and searches: no warrants without probable cause or p…
1 Amendment
Freedom of speech, religion, press, assembly, and petition
2 Amendment
Bear Arms
Bill of Rights Study Guide
1st Amendment
2nd Amendment
3rd Amendment
4th Amendment
Guarantees freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and…
Guarantees right to bear arms
Restricts the manner in which the federal government may hous…
Protects individuals against unreasonable searches and seizures
1st Amendment
Guarantees freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and…
2nd Amendment
Guarantees right to bear arms
bill of rights study set
First Amendment
Second Amendment
Third Amendment
Fourth Amendment
Freedom of religion, speech, and the press
Right to bear arms.... "A well regulated Militia, being necessa…
The government can't force people to put troops in their home…
Protects against unreasonable search.... "The right of the peop…
First Amendment
Freedom of religion, speech, and the press
Second Amendment
Right to bear arms.... "A well regulated Militia, being necessa…
10 terms
bill of rights study page
scenario 1
scenario 2
scenario 3
scenario 4
amendment 6
amendment 5
amendment 8
amendment 3
scenario 1
amendment 6
scenario 2
amendment 5
Bill Of Rights Study Guide
1st Amendment
2nd Amendment
3rd Amendment
4th Amendment
Freedom of speech, religion, press, petition, and assembly.
Right to bare arms, right to own a gun.
The government cannot force you to house soldiers.
•Right to privacy... •Probable cause... -A reasonable excuse to be…
1st Amendment
Freedom of speech, religion, press, petition, and assembly.
2nd Amendment
Right to bare arms, right to own a gun.
10 terms
Bill of Rights/Study Guide
Amendment 1
Amendment 2
Amendment 3
Amendment 4
Freedom of speech, press, assembly petition, and religion
The right to bear arms, and for states to maintain militia
Prohibits Quartering (housing) of soldiers
Protects against illegal search and seizure
Amendment 1
Freedom of speech, press, assembly petition, and religion
Amendment 2
The right to bear arms, and for states to maintain militia
11 terms
Social Studies - Bill of Rights
(a) it guarantees freedom of the press…
added
They both have to do with citizens' ri…
People might not be allowed to have gu…
Which of the following is an opinion about the First Amendment?
In the sentence, "The Bill of Rights was addended to the Cons…
How are the Fifth and Sixth Amendments similar?
What might happen if the Second Amendment didn't exist?
(a) it guarantees freedom of the press…
Which of the following is an opinion about the First Amendment?
added
In the sentence, "The Bill of Rights was addended to the Cons…
7 terms
Social Studies: The Bill of Rights
Which of the following is protected by…
Which of the following is protected by…
Which of the following can be substitu…
Which of the following amendments to t…
The right to the criticism about the Government.
The right of a militia to possess weapons.
Resulting in goodness.
The Eight Amendment.
Which of the following is protected by…
The right to the criticism about the Government.
Which of the following is protected by…
The right of a militia to possess weapons.
21 terms
Bill Of Rights Study Guide
Amendment 1
Amendment 2
Amendment 3
Amendment 4
Freedom of press, religion, assembly, and speech
Right to bear arms
Quartering soldiers
Searches, warrants, and seizures
Amendment 1
Freedom of press, religion, assembly, and speech
Amendment 2
Right to bear arms
Bill of rights test and study cards
Amendment 1
Amendment 2
Amendment 3
Amendment 4
Freedom of Speech
Right to own a gun
The government can not force you to house soldiers.Quartering…
Freedom from unreasonable searches and seizures
Amendment 1
Freedom of Speech
Amendment 2
Right to own a gun
social studies bill of rights
amendment 1
amendment 2
amendment 3
amendment 4
freedoms of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition.
gives the people the right to bear arms.
lodging for soldiers
prohibits unreasonable searches and seizures
amendment 1
freedoms of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition.
amendment 2
gives the people the right to bear arms.
21 terms
Social Studies Bill of Rights
Bill of Rights
Ratify
Federalists
Anti-Federalists
First ten amendments to the constitution
Sign or give formal consent to a contract
Support a strong central government
Felt that the constitution gave the government too much power.
Bill of Rights
First ten amendments to the constitution
Ratify
Sign or give formal consent to a contract
16 terms
Bill of Rights Study Guide
Amendment 1
Amendment 2
Amendment 3
Amendment 4
Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition.
Right to keep and bear arms in order to maintain a well regul…
No quartering of soldiers.
Freedom from unreasonable searches and seizures.
Amendment 1
Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition.
Amendment 2
Right to keep and bear arms in order to maintain a well regul…
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