Tuesday: What is the key topic of each section of Article 1 of the Constitution?
Thursday: 1. Sum up each section of Article 2 of the Constitution.
2. What is the Cabinet?
3. How many executive departments can you name? Name them!
Tuesday: 1. What are each of the Articles of the Constitution about?
2. What is the purpose of the Preamble?
Thursday: 1. What were the Federalist Papers?
2. Name two authors of the papers.
3. What were the main arguments for and against the Constitution?
Monday: No starter
Wednesday: 1. What were the Articles of Confederation?
2. How did they set up the government of the United States?
3. Why did the Congress set up a government like this?
4. Why were the states in the US called states?
Friday: 1. What were the Federalist Papers?
2. Who were two people that contributed to them?
3. Why were they important?
4. Read the Federalist Paper found on the back table. What is it's main argument?
Tuesday: 1. What are the limits on government?
2. Define each one.
3. Why should government be limited?
Thursday: 1. What is the Rule of Law?
2. Why is it important to have?
3. What is something that could happen without Rule of Law?
Wednesday: 1. What is the definition of state?
2. What are the four requirements to be a state?
3. Define direct democracy
4. Define oligarchy
5. Define constitutional monarchy
Friday: 1. What are the four roles of government?
2. Define each role.
Wednesday: No starter - first day of class
Friday: 1. Define state of nature.
2. Define social contract.
3. According to John Locke, what are our natural rights?
Monday: 1. What is a trial court?
2. What is an appellate court?
3. What is the Supreme Court?
Wednesday: Define: 1. Extradite 2. Statue 3. Ordinance 4. Precedent
Friday: Define: 1. Defense 2. Prosecution 3. Military Justice 4. Bailiff
Tuesday: None - review for test
Thursday: 1. What is the main job of the judicial branch?
2. Who is the head of the branch?
3. What are the three levels of courts called?