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Title: TAKS Objectives 3 and 4: Amendments


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TAKS Objectives 3 and 4 Amendments
  • 11th Grade TAKS Practice
  • Conroe High School
  • Social Studies Department

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Constitutional Amendments
Instructions In the slides that follow, a
Constitutional Amendment will be described or
explained at the top of the slide. Answer
choices are at the bottom of each slide. Click
the correct answer and receive written and sound
feedback. Use the blue buttons to move between
slides.
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Guarantees a speedy and public trial by a jury of
ones peers and the right to a lawyer. You must
be informed of charges against you. You have the
right to compel (subpoena) witnesses on your
behalf.
First Amendment
Seventh Amendment
Second Amendment
Eighth Amendment
Third Amendment
Ninth Amendment
Fourth Amendment
10th Amendment
Fifth Amendment
13th Amendment
Sixth Amendment
14th Amendment
15th Amendment
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Reserves powers for the states and the
people.This amendment ensures state powers in
our federal system by stating that all powers not
given to the national government or denied to the
states are reserved for the states and the people.
First Amendment
Seventh Amendment
Second Amendment
Eighth Amendment
Third Amendment
Ninth Amendment
Fourth Amendment
10th Amendment
Fifth Amendment
13th Amendment
Sixth Amendment
14th Amendment
15th Amendment
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Protects accused persons against excessive bail
or fines and cruel and unusual punishment.
First Amendment
Seventh Amendment
Second Amendment
Eighth Amendment
Third Amendment
Ninth Amendment
Fourth Amendment
10th Amendment
Fifth Amendment
13th Amendment
Sixth Amendment
14th Amendment
15th Amendment
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Because of the need for a state militia, this
Amendment guarantees a right to bear arms.
First Amendment
Seventh Amendment
Second Amendment
Eighth Amendment
Third Amendment
Ninth Amendment
Fourth Amendment
10th Amendment
Fifth Amendment
13th Amendment
Sixth Amendment
14th Amendment
15th Amendment
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Guarantees that citizens do NOT have to quarter
(house) troops in their own homes.
First Amendment
Seventh Amendment
Second Amendment
Eighth Amendment
Third Amendment
Ninth Amendment
Fourth Amendment
10th Amendment
Fifth Amendment
13th Amendment
Sixth Amendment
14th Amendment
15th Amendment
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A Reconstruction (Post-Civil War)
AmendmentDefined citizenship (born or
naturalized) and established the equal protection
of the law.(intended to ? rights of African
Americans after Civil War)
First Amendment
Seventh Amendment
Second Amendment
Eighth Amendment
Third Amendment
Ninth Amendment
Fourth Amendment
10th Amendment
Fifth Amendment
13th Amendment
Sixth Amendment
14th Amendment
15th Amendment
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You have a right to a grand jury hearing you
cannot be tried twice for the same crime you
cannot be forced to testify against yourself
life, liberty and property cannot be taken away
without due process of law.
First Amendment
Seventh Amendment
Second Amendment
Eighth Amendment
Third Amendment
Ninth Amendment
Fourth Amendment
10th Amendment
Fifth Amendment
13th Amendment
Sixth Amendment
14th Amendment
15th Amendment
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A Reconstruction (Post-Civil War)
Amendmentstates that the right to vote cannot
be denied on the basis of race, color, or
previous condition of servitude.(intended to ?
rights of African Americans after Civil War)
First Amendment
Seventh Amendment
Second Amendment
Eighth Amendment
Third Amendment
Ninth Amendment
Fourth Amendment
10th Amendment
Fifth Amendment
13th Amendment
Sixth Amendment
14th Amendment
15th Amendment
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Guarantees the right to a jury trial in a CIVIL
CASE that involves substantial (large) sums of
money.
First Amendment
Seventh Amendment
Second Amendment
Eighth Amendment
Third Amendment
Ninth Amendment
Fourth Amendment
10th Amendment
Fifth Amendment
13th Amendment
Sixth Amendment
14th Amendment
15th Amendment
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Guarantees a right against unreasonable searches
and seizures search and arrest warrants must be
based on probable cause.
First Amendment
Seventh Amendment
Second Amendment
Eighth Amendment
Third Amendment
Ninth Amendment
Fourth Amendment
10th Amendment
Fifth Amendment
13th Amendment
Sixth Amendment
14th Amendment
15th Amendment
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Rights not specifically listed/stated in the
Constitution/Bill of Rights are also guaranteed
(right to privacy right to marry or travel
freely)
First Amendment
Seventh Amendment
Second Amendment
Eighth Amendment
Third Amendment
Ninth Amendment
Fourth Amendment
10th Amendment
Fifth Amendment
13th Amendment
Sixth Amendment
14th Amendment
15th Amendment
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This Amendment protects freedom of religion,
speech, press, assembly and petition. It also
states that Congress cannot make laws
establishing a religion.
First Amendment
Seventh Amendment
Second Amendment
Eighth Amendment
Third Amendment
Ninth Amendment
Fourth Amendment
10th Amendment
Fifth Amendment
13th Amendment
Sixth Amendment
14th Amendment
15th Amendment
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A Reconstruction (Post-Civil War)
AmendmentAbolished slavery and involuntary
servitude.(intended to ? rights of African
Americans after Civil War)
First Amendment
Seventh Amendment
Second Amendment
Eighth Amendment
Third Amendment
Ninth Amendment
Fourth Amendment
10th Amendment
Fifth Amendment
13th Amendment
Sixth Amendment
14th Amendment
15th Amendment
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Additional Constitutional Amendments and Other
Actions that Impacted the Rights of the People
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Guaranteed the right to vote to 18 year
olds(the Vietnam War prompted this Amendment
--- if you could be drafted and fight for your
country, you should be able to vote)
Brown v. Board of Education
I Have a Dream Speech
Montgomery Bus Boycott
Civil Rights Act of 1964
Birmingham Protest
Voting Rights Act of 1965
16th Amendment
Fair Housing Act of 1968
17th Amendment
24th Amendment
19th Amendment
26th Amendment
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Followed Rosa Parks arrest for refusing to give
up her seat a major event in the Civil Rights
Movement it inspired African Americans around
the country to oppose segregation.
Brown v. Board of Education
I Have a Dream Speech
Montgomery Bus Boycott
Civil Rights Act of 1964
Birmingham Protest
Voting Rights Act of 1965
16th Amendment
Fair Housing Act of 1968
17th Amendment
24th Amendment
19th Amendment
26th Amendment
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A Progressive Era Amendment provided for the
direct election of U.S. Senators by the citizens
of each state.
Brown v. Board of Education
I Have a Dream Speech
Montgomery Bus Boycott
Civil Rights Act of 1964
Birmingham Protest
Voting Rights Act of 1965
16th Amendment
Fair Housing Act of 1968
17th Amendment
24th Amendment
19th Amendment
26th Amendment
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A major landmark in the Civil Rights movement
this court ruling based on a Topeka, Kansas
school called for the desegregation of public
schools stating that separate but equal was
unconstitutional (inherently unequal).
Brown v. Board of Education
I Have a Dream Speech
Montgomery Bus Boycott
Civil Rights Act of 1964
Birmingham Protest
Voting Rights Act of 1965
16th Amendment
Fair Housing Act of 1968
17th Amendment
24th Amendment
19th Amendment
26th Amendment
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An Amendment prompted by the reform movements of
the Progressive era ---- stated that voting could
not be denied on the basis of sex.Provided
womens suffrage (right to vote) in 1920.
Brown v. Board of Education
I Have a Dream Speech
Montgomery Bus Boycott
Civil Rights Act of 1964
Birmingham Protest
Voting Rights Act of 1965
16th Amendment
Fair Housing Act of 1968
17th Amendment
24th Amendment
19th Amendment
26th Amendment
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Progressive Era Amendment gave Congress the
power to tax incomes.
Brown v. Board of Education
I Have a Dream Speech
Montgomery Bus Boycott
Civil Rights Act of 1964
Birmingham Protest
Voting Rights Act of 1965
16th Amendment
Fair Housing Act of 1968
17th Amendment
24th Amendment
19th Amendment
26th Amendment
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Major Civil Rights legislation --- this law
prohibited discrimination in education and
employment and outlawed segregation in public
facilities.Promoted by Kennedy, but achieved by
his successor Johnson (LBJ).
Brown v. Board of Education
I Have a Dream Speech
Montgomery Bus Boycott
Civil Rights Act of 1964
Birmingham Protest
Voting Rights Act of 1965
16th Amendment
Fair Housing Act of 1968
17th Amendment
24th Amendment
19th Amendment
26th Amendment
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This Amendment outlawed the use of poll taxes
(tax on voter registration) in federal elections.
Brown v. Board of Education
I Have a Dream Speech
Montgomery Bus Boycott
Civil Rights Act of 1964
Birmingham Protest
Voting Rights Act of 1965
16th Amendment
Fair Housing Act of 1968
17th Amendment
24th Amendment
19th Amendment
26th Amendment
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Spoken by Martin Luther King, Jr., at the March
on Washington in 1963 --- described a future
America in which children of all races could live
in harmony.
Brown v. Board of Education
I Have a Dream Speech
Montgomery Bus Boycott
Civil Rights Act of 1964
Birmingham Protest
Voting Rights Act of 1965
16th Amendment
Fair Housing Act of 1968
17th Amendment
24th Amendment
19th Amendment
26th Amendment
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This key event in the Civil Rights Movement
occurred in 1963. Television cameras showed the
police using fire hoses and attack dogs against
the participants who were opposed to segregation.
Brown v. Board of Education
I Have a Dream Speech
Montgomery Bus Boycott
Civil Rights Act of 1964
Birmingham Protest
Voting Rights Act of 1965
16th Amendment
Fair Housing Act of 1968
17th Amendment
24th Amendment
19th Amendment
26th Amendment
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Major legislation resulting from the Civil Rights
Movement that prohibited the use of literacy
tests at polling places and brought federal
voting examiners to the South to monitor voting
practices.
Brown v. Board of Education
I Have a Dream Speech
Montgomery Bus Boycott
Civil Rights Act of 1964
Birmingham Protest
Voting Rights Act of 1965
16th Amendment
Fair Housing Act of 1968
17th Amendment
24th Amendment
19th Amendment
26th Amendment
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Civil Rights legislation which outlawed
discrimination by the real estate industry and
housing lenders.Intended to stop discrimination
against African Americans and other minorities in
the purchase of homes.
Brown v. Board of Education
I Have a Dream Speech
Montgomery Bus Boycott
Civil Rights Act of 1964
Birmingham Protest
Voting Rights Act of 1965
16th Amendment
Fair Housing Act of 1968
17th Amendment
24th Amendment
19th Amendment
26th Amendment
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