U.S. Constitution: Vocabulary


US History The U.S. Constitution U.S. Constitution: Vocabulary
Students engage with key vocabulary related to the U.S. Constitution.

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Key Vocabulary


Overview
This experience engages students with key vocabulary related to the U.S. Constitution. The experience can be used as an introduction or a review at the end of the unit.


Which of the following words are you familiar with?

1) amend
2) appeal
3) article
4) bill of rights
5) branch
6) ceded
7) checks and balances
8) compromise
9) confederation
10) constitution
11) executive
12) federal
13) incriminate
14) judicial
15) jury
16) legislative
17) municipal
18) naturalization
19) override
20) ratification
21) republic
22) sovereignty
23) unconstitutional
24) union
25) veto

Which of the following words are you not familiar with?

1) amend
2) appeal
3) article
4) bill of rights
5) branch
6) ceded
7) checks and balances
8) compromise
9) confederation
10) constitution
11) executive
12) federal
13) incriminate
14) judicial
15) jury
16) legislative
17) municipal
18) naturalization
19) override
20) ratification
21) republic
22) sovereignty
23) unconstitutional
24) union
25) veto

These two polls provide a general picture of the students’ familiarity with the vocabulary words. If necessary, discuss unfamiliar words with the class.


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