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May 21, 2015




Slide presentation on the Bill of Rights for Franciscan University of Steubenville - EDU 536: Instructional Materials and Web Based Instructional Design - created by Dennis Craig

  • 1. The Bill of Rights
    Using this lesson, the student will be able to
    Describe the Bill of Rights and how it protects the people.
    Identify the main purpose of each of the first 10 amendments to the US Constitution.

2. 1st Amendment
Freedom of Religion
Freedom of Speech
Freedom of the Press
Freedom of Assembly
Right to Petition
3. 2nd Amendment
the right of the people to keep and bear Arms shall not be infringed
4. 4th Amendment
Protects against illegal search and seizure without a warrant.
5. 3rd Amendment
No soldiers shall be quartered in any home without the consent of the owner, not even during war.
6. 5th Amendment
No one can be accused of a capital or infamous crime without a Grand Jury Indictment.
No one can be forced to testify in his or her own trial. Everyone is entitled to due process of law
No one can be tried twice for the same crime.
7. 6th Amendment
Everyone is entitled to a speedy and public trial by an impartial jury of their peers.
8. 7th Amendment
In Civil cases, if the amount in question is $20 or more, a person has the right to a trial.
9. 8th Amendment
Protects against cruel and unusual punishment, and against excessive fines or bail
10. 9th Amendment
The rights of the people are not limited to just those named in the Constitution
11. 10th Amendment
Any power not specifically given to the Federal government by the Constitution and reserved for the States

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