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Unit 3, Lesson 1: The U.S. Constitution and YOU
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by Jason Clark
| 13 Questions
Note from the author:
McGraw Hill - Imagine It- 4th grade
1
10 pts
Which word contains the Greek root meaning ´people´?
dialog
generation
democracy
phonics
2
10 pts
Another word for ´declared´ is
asked.
supplied.
clarified.
announced.
3
10 pts
The states could not be forced to ´contribute´ to the United States. This means that the states did not have to
give money or time.
join other states to make the new country.
change their laws.
elect representatives.
4
10 pts
The Supreme Court decides which laws are ´proper´ under the Constitution. Laws that are ´proper´ are
correct.
difficult to understand.
easy to follow.
memorable.
5
10 pts
The first league of states did not have the power to ´settle´ disputes between states. ´Settle´ means about the same as
create.
decide.
understand.
explain.
6
10 pts
When was the Constitution written?
1776
1783
1787
1812
7
10 pts
Which state did not send a representative to Philadelphia to help write the Constitution?
Rhode Island
Massachusetts
Connecticut
New York
8
10 pts
What is the job of Congress?
to veto laws
to interpret the laws
to carry out laws
to make laws
9
10 pts
Courts can do all of these things EXCEPT
appoint US judges.
settle disagreements about the law.
explain what the law means.
punish people who disobey the law.
10
10 pts
What does the author identify as a responsibility of the citizenship?
using paper currency
voting for president
vetoing laws
choosing judges
11
10 pts
What is the difference between a monarchy and a democracy?
12
10 pts
Why are their three branches of government?
13
10 pts
Why are the constitutions of other countries modeled after ours?
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